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Posted:shark,take your hands and do thisleft wrist is wrapped over the right, fingers pointed down and to the left,Right palm and wrist facing body,fingers pointed to the rightDo that on your left side. After the "over" beat of your right hand in the weave on the left side, wrap your wrists in the way stated above and pull across the body. unwrap on the right side, rinse and repeat.Essentally, this is an inertia move, the strings do all the work.Hope this helps (provided you haven't gotten it already)Happy spinningN8
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Posted:Yeah,I remember learning this move, what helped me was thinkng about which hand would lead over to the other side. Like when going from your left to your right, really think about whipping that right hand over to your left. Also, think about which hand will be going on the inside. Like when you go from your left to your right and your right hand isleading pay attention to making it pass on the inside. Maybe that helps. Stick it out, it's not that easy a move to learn.
Posted:You guys are doing a great job explaining the 5 beat weave but I just can't get it. Does anyone have a video with a clear shot of the hand movements. (Slo-motion if possible) Thanks Guys. Chris[This message has been edited by Christopher (edited 23 April 2001).]