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Posted:Ok, so today I was kind of bored and decided to do a big search of the internet. I remembered seeing some instructional videos for batons and other stuff a while back and wanted to see if I could rediscover them. Here is some stuff I came up with:http://www.worldtwirling.com/products2.htmA flag twirling video and a baton twirling video ($25US and $27US respectively), and both sound like they start from the basics up.---http://www.starlinebaton.com/prodDetails.asp?keyid=134Another flag video. Also beginning to more advanced... 41 mins, but $40US.---http://www.starlinebaton.com/prodDetails.asp?keyid=129These are four videos devoted to rolls. Going from beginner to "super advanced." Sound good but $50US each! That'd be $200US for all four of them... If someone here has big pockets, let us know how they are.. Non-Https Image Link ---http://www.homestead.com/strutusa/strutstuff.htmlA video devoted to tossing and catching at $30US. The vidcaps page doesn't seem to exist and the site looks like it hasn't been updated in a while, so I think I'd e-mail them before trying to order anything.---http://jimfarrell.com/commerical/USTA2000/ustatapepage.htmHere is a bazillion tapes from the 2000 Nationals. It seems like the Finals 1 + 2 tapes would be the way to go, but $80US each! Big ouch... I guess it depends on how long they actually are.. doesn't say, but they have an e-mail address for more info.---http://www.homestead.com/strutusa/tricks.htmlhttp://www.twirlmania.com/TMFRONTPAGE.HTMAs far as textual descriptions online.. here is a couple of things. The first address has some tricks, and the second has some info. under tips and tricks and twirl doctors.If I find anything else, I'll let you know. Unfortunately I haven't seen anything online videos except for home of poi (thank goodnesss for hop!) and those jazz cane videos.Hope something in here is helpfull...