3a Question


#1

I know preferably u should have 2 same yoyos while doing 3a but is it ok to do it with 2 different yoyos? Or is it bad? cuz i never see anyone use 2 different yoyos before>>>>>>>>>>>?


#2

Yeah theres nothing wrong with using 2 different yoyos.


#3

alright thanks it got to my head cuz whenever i see someone yoyo, even in the redondo beach pier, they always had the same yoyo for 3a lol


#4

You can use two different just like you can use two different for 2a. It just looks cooler when you got a pair and most likely they play the same so they don’t move differently. If you want to make tricks that plays to having different yoyo’s that would be cool too.


#5

hey, sorry it’s a bit off topic, but you go down to sunshine kite co.?
I’m there almost every saturday :smiley:


(Jei Cheetah) #6

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Really?

in 2A its very important to have 2 of the same yoyos, this helps to ensure equal balance and flip during loops, and in wraps and other such maneuvers, its vital to have 2 of the same yoyos.

As for 3A, Its technically ok to use two different yoyos, but I would not recommend it. When you are using 2 of something to manipulate into different segments, you would want the yoyos to have the same weight, size, feel during spin, etc.

I don’t recommend using two different throws unless they are very similar.

J