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Posted:So far I have seen a few different styles of equal in skill, just one uses all 5 beat weaves and the other uses 3 beats. I myself just started consistanty using 5 beats for everything, and I was wondering what the majority of you use? or any other opinions on which they feel looks better?
Posted:I feel that the 3 and 5, beat weaves are all equally valuable. The idea that you can use the 5 beat weave to slow your performance, or the 3 beat weave to speed it up, without changing the speed of your poi, is always nice to know. My advice is to learn both and use them as you feel comfortable. Happy spinning.------------------peace, love and light*TOUCH*
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