Signature Trick That I Looked for Tut for with No Avail


#1

Ok I was just Trick Tutorial shopping, lol and came across a Pro whos been around for awhile. Rob Kitts Yomega Team Captian is a Great Thrower and hes got some amazing tricks. He’s got one on this Video News Clip that I saw in which he said was His Signature Trick that only he can do Called The One Handed Bucket Trick. I searched every where for a Tutorial and decided to put a little clip together and tried to make it loop 3 times and the 3rd time I tried to slow it abit well Watch Here! Now after watching I see it’s kinda poor vid quality on my part but I started to understand how it hooks around the thumb and Drops as the Music said lol. Nice trick and I am working at learning but would love a nice, understanding, and easy Tutorial showing how to do it. I don’t know I tried I geuss. I just really like the trick and really haven’t seen this one done. Whats Your Opinion???


#2

I don’t know if there’s a tut on the internet but on the yomega trick dvd they have a tut for that.


#3

you sure? cause I have that DVD and don’t remember that one, hhhhmmmmm I’ll have to check it again.


#4

No there is no tutorial on the DVD. All it says is “nothing”. They do the trick and tell you to see it in slow motion. bleh


#5

Thats why I tried to make this vid and slow it down to see what happens. It’s a nice trick though, I understand the mount. I set it up with a dead yo and reversed it, Only thing now is to try and do the whip part now, lol easier said then done.


#6

Its simple if you do it in parts, but its kind of like practicing a Hidemasa Hook or Jade Whip or Bind slowly, you just gotta try it in one fluid motion.

This trick is bested described as a slack double or nothing, opposite hand cheese whip, with some thumb grabbing***.

If you have the DVD, it isn’t too difficult to learn it by loop play and slow-motion. However, it isn’t worth $14 to learn this trick. But if you are a beginner and are reading this post. There was a great deal I found where Yomega offered some version of the crossfire (Or the Xodus, I can’t remember) and the DVD for $20. This is great for a beginner, but not much else.

*** That is what she said


(M²) #7

Basically, the only explanation they give is ooch watching kits do it while saying, “Start off with a trapeze, then thats were I get lost.” The slow-mo and mulitple angles are helpful though.