I’m sure a lot of people already know about 365yoyotricks.com but it doesn’t seem to get talked about a lot. I don’t know why that is, but I just wanted to take a moment to remind everyone what an awesome resource this is. Fixed axle tricks? Ed’s 56 are in there. Wacky seemingly-impossible stuff? There’s that in spades if you want a challenge.
The only drawback is that it’s not super well organized. Luckily, Steve Brown made some use of Tags, so it’s not completely without filters. For instance, you like Guy Wright… click the Guy Wright tag and you see all of his tricks plus one by Steve that’s in the style of Guy Wright:
Ditto for the other players. There are tags that describe certain styles of play, too, like “repeater”:
I think it would be in Steve’s best interest to have working categorization (clicking “Single Yoyo” in the top menu is a 404, as are the other options) as well as tagging strategy and go through the videos one by one to make sure they’re used consistently… but I mean, what’s there already is a superior resource for amazing tricks by fantastic players.
Just sayin’. Those of you looking to break the mold a bit but who still enjoy cribbing other people’s styles or elements… this provides a much more focused goldmine of tutorials than YouTube.