I feel as if my collection of throws far outweighs the amount of skill I have. I have over a dozen bimetals, and 20+ monometals, but I know I’m no where near the skill level required to truly push them to their limits.
Though I love collecting them, which I guess is a hobby on it’s own haha.
i could still be throwing around my magicyoyo hertz that i got when i first got back into modern yoyoing and it would STILL be more than enough yoyo for my skills. that being said, it’s nice to have options and explore other kinds (and more expensive) yoyos because they all offer different experiences
I will challenge you to this title. I think I last learned something new in 2006… intense job, kids, life… stalls out the skills, but the collection still grows. The good news is that sales of older pieces fund the new acquisitions. Self-sustaining!
Is that you meant exactly that Evan Nagao is not “outskilled” by his collection.
I would like to respectfully argue for the sake of conversation, good sir, that the second Evan (or anyone else) comes up with a new trick or Jesus-level combo he/they are only accessing potential the yoyo already possesed.
The yoyo was already capable of this new trick or combo and we would know this because Evan (or anyone else) was able to perform it.
Before @jhb8426 spidey senses get triggered, please notice that the term “outskill” is in quotes in the subject. This is a fun thought in a forum about a toy, no need for “pedantics” (or made up words for that matter).