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We incorporated a lot of our acrobatics and gymnastics into the martial arts. Harry Loupakis doesn't wander into the surreal world of The Better Life.
I still need to feed myself and my family. When I arrived they were learning to walk up a steeply slanting beam. Other people were doing something and he would run under their [instructors] feet kind of thing. The gym takes students of all ages. And so from there, with the background in wrestling, we also partnered up with some Koreans that were doing martial arts.
His 104 scores make his case. In this reality, Loupakis is a 20-year-old sophomore who lives in a Fullerton house with two buddies from the team.
What Harry Loupakis was able to accomplish in his short life was truly astonishing! During one performance when he was 6, Loupakis climbed to the top of a 25-foot pole to do a headstand. As a second generation, we were more affluent. Here's a picture of Tony in Astoria Park clutching a 20-foot-long pipe in his teeth to suspend a then-teenage Peter way up in the air. Harry's gymnastics routine inspired awe in his spectators: Tony, the ultimate showman and proud papa, beams.
Harry's greatest accomplishment was serving as a role model and mentor to his students who looked up to him in return. They had two sons -- Harry and Peter -- who quickly became part of Tony's act.
This is it. So we get a lot of referrals from doctors bringing their children here. And they often take part in shows at weekends. The mighty weight comes from the players on the Greek national basketball team Tony asked to stand on a board across his body. The trio was successful.
His first stage was a most unlikely one. He brought out the best in people. What we have here is unique because learning all this stuff takes so much time together that you bond extremely well. We did have our lean years: In Greece, where he's from, he's 78; in America, he's still a mere 77.