I’ve been practicing my looping quite a bit recently, and i’m at the point where I can get 5-10 loops fairly easily and consistently. I am noticing that more often when my loops get out of control, instead of the yo-yo just going completely sideways and UFO’ing (which is what would happen when I wasn’t as good), it’s more of a gradual tilt which inevitably turns sideways and UFO’s in the next two or three loops. It bothers me so much, and I feel like there’s nothing I can do but watch it happen. I’ve seen some talk on the forums about when you get good enough at looping you learn to start correcting yourself as that happens, now I’ve tried correcting it in a number of different ways and I can’t figure out how I’m supposed to do it. Now to the main question, how do I correct the tilt? is it something that can be explained? I understand that it must be a very subtle motion that can only come through hours of training and muscle memory (as with anything you do with a yo-yo) but is there a way to describe it so that I can teach myself how to do it?
TL;DR: I’m trying to figure out how to correct the tilt on my loops but can’t figure it out, can someone describe how to do it?