This is something that can be fun. What is your style?
I am not talking about 1A, 2A, 3A, etc. I am talking about how you flow with your tricks (are you fast, are you slow, are you smooth, do you do slacks, etc.).
I do two styles (1A and 5A) and have two different “play-styles” for each.
My 1A is either a fast and slacky style (similar to that of Gentry Stein, just no where near as good), or more like Zach Gormley where it is slack, slow, smooth, and technical. In fact, back at the Florida State YoYo Contest, Sarah Louise Clark, told me that I moved my body with my tricks. I find that to be part of my style to. I enjoy moving around to my yoyoing to make it feel smoother instead of just being smoother. I also like yoyoing to music so I can set a pace to my yoyo and my body movements.
My 5A is either technical and, instead of slack, I swing the counterweight in and out of gaps in the strings. It’s actually fun to do, but not really crowd-pleasing at contests. My more contest fitted style of 5A, is mostly based off of the trapeze and doing Bee Stings with different endings. I have not yet learned either Tangler nor have I learned Electric Fan yet, but when I do, I will be working with those more. I also enjoy doing horizontal counterweight as my cover photo shows be doing (but… not very well).
So, those are my “play-styles”, reply below with yours. Let’s have fun with this.