Sidewinder in a unresponsive yo-yo?


#1

is there? or there is.

;D


(JonasK) #2

It is possible, but I don’t know how.


#3

Yes there is. But its extremely difficult and takes practice.

http://yoyoexpert.com/learn/060-expert-skin-the-gerbil.html

Watch part 2, starting around 0:15.


#4

Yes. When I do a bind, sometimes I stop my hand and move it to the side, causing it to wind, and roll up.


#5

This isn’t exactly like Sidewinder, but it gives the same effect.

Edit: WOAH! I totally posted a Justin Weber video on accident, and no one corrected me! :stuck_out_tongue:

Here is what I actually meant:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlQfcll1PLQ


(JackG) #6

ok you can do side winder but you must get a knot
i do it by doing wrist mount then just pulling my wrist out
it makes a knot but the yoyo shud (sorry for spelling) spin
you can now do sidewinder


#7




I like the search button  :wink:


#8

A method that works for me is grabbing the string closer to the yoyo, and doing a mini sidewinder.


#9

Do i know it?
Hmmmmp!


#10

you can try pinching the string about6 inches above the yo-yo and do a mini side winder, it should work.