Best responsive tricks


#1

So the Twisted Trifecta I have in my Chief just went responsive like an imperial (I think there’s something in it). So before I cleaned it I messed around with some “high-end responsive” play.
I did kwijibo a few times pretty clean, an Eli hop or two, and of course bashed my hands a bunch of times.

So my question is what are the coolest tricks you’ve done with a responsive throw?


#2

Loops! :stuck_out_tongue:

But, I don’t mess around too much with responsive throws. Sometimes I’ll pull out a Maverick or Flying Squirrel and see how well I can do my regular tricks on them. Stop and go is pretty fun.


(Waylon) #3

I’ve pulled off Amuse on a No Jive.


#4

That’s awesome!
Time to go learn amuse 8)


#5

At cal states there were some guys doing super beast tricks with the butterfly.it’s so responsive it doesn’t sleep. that was pretty cool, but to answer you question, I have no idea.


(Q) #6

Ed Haponik is easily the best yoyoer I have ever seen. I love his style and his zen-ness. I aspire to be this man someday. Honestly, he influenced me to pursue my career as a teacher, without even talking to me about it. I just feel so… at peace while watching a video of his.


#7

He is unreal. Thank you for showing those to me.


#8

Wow. Dude’s my new hero.


(Waylon) #9

Read Ed’s blog and his videos are even more meaningful. kinopah.blogspot.com


(Waylon) #10

It’s a fun little repeater worth learning. Of course, on wood it isn’t a repeater.


#11

I’ve gotta get that first hop consistent and not responding into my nth knuckles!


(Waylon) #12

Try doing that part really fast.