GT Laceration


#1

Okay, I’ve got super good Wrist Whips and super good normal Lacerations (even doubles and sometimes triples). I’ve been trying to get a GT laceration and it’s just not coming together. When I get into the GT it’s like there’s a delay or something. It looks more like a Wrist Whip with a really quick and last minute insert finger and pull. When I see other people performing them it looks like one motion. Am I doing this correct or is it a practice thing? If absolutely necessary, I should be able to grab a video for you guys.


#2

Try looking up the trick Brent Stole. It’s what most people do for GT lacerations. As for what you’re doing, just takes practice and you can probably get it.


(ed) #3

yeah, imo a ‘wrist whip triangle’ isn’t really a laceration (but still a nice way of mounting a gt). for a laceration to fulfill spencer berry’s parameters, you really need to SEE the loop before you put your finger in.

that said, you CAN do a wrist whip with no noticeable delay. just have to pull the string through before the yo-yo fully lands in the mount. think about pulling your throw hand to the side quick and smooth and you’ll have it.


#4

Ahh, I see.

I’ll be sure to look that up and give it a swing. Thanks for the tips.