Please Watch, First Video.


#1

This is our first video ever, Compliments, Critiques, and Comments are not only welcome but desired. Thanks.


#2

You need to learn Breakwaway.

Don’t tell me it’s too hard! It’s the same as a sleeper, just throw it the other way!

Nice vid.


#3

Haha I can do breakaway, most of the tricks I threw in this video require the yoyo to be spinning counterclockwise.


#4

YAY


#5

Nice stuff! You’re in good company with the “sideways sleeper” crowd… tonnes of great players using that style (and hardly any breakaways) just fine.


(2Sick Joey) #6

You can throw however you want! That was pretty nice throwing. I liked it. How long you’ve been yoyoing?


(Jei Cheetah) #7

Never say this again.


#8

Oh sweet, I didnt even know it was different. Glad there’s other people out there doing it.


#9

That’s what I love most about throwing, anything you can imagine is a trick. I’ve been at it about eight months now.


#10

Eight months!? You’re really good for eight months! A tip though, instead of letting the yoyo swing and then swing it the other way (the way you swing a yoyo to a trapeze), you could undermount it and then dismount to trapeze/some mount.


#11

Just tried it, I can see how that would smooth out the flow of starting a trick. Thanks!


#12

Glad to help ;D


#13

I read the first comment and got excited, because at that moment I knew I found someone else who doesn’t use a standard breakaway. Join the club 8) Awesome video dude. I really enjoyed it.


#14

That was really, really awesome for 8 months. If I was told to guess, I would have said at least a year and a half. Really good. Just out of curiosity, what throw was that? Also, if you want to check out nice ways to have a smooth start like someone already said, check out the thread on here for the video Lazy Afternoon by Alex Gallimore (the man right above me I might add), or this video right here by Alexis JV. Both are great throwers who also start from a front throw instead of a breakaway.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=076quO6l28k


#15

Yea man, from what I’ve been informed its a growing trend.


#16

That was one of the dopest videos i have ever seen, and thanks1


#17

and it was a recrev octave, one of the best i’ve ever played


#18

LOL

But you should use a bit more of a graceful move going between the front throw and the sidestyle, like maybe a boing or something rather than just swinging it back. Other than that, awesome video!


#19

Yea I’ve been working on a few ways to do that since yesterday, I see how it makes things look better


(kclejeune) #20

I’m sorry but it’s essential for a lot of modern tricks. Everyone should be able to do it. Not necessarily use it, but everyone should BE ABLE to if they need too.