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TranceKuja


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Total posts: 68
Posted:I was wondering if anyone uses a single long string for POI. I'm a newbie *I think* and want to learn some new moves. I need some thoughts. I can also combo in some breakdance moves since I do that also. Thanks------------------I'm a FF fan. So what?Live by honor. Kill by stealth. Only the unseen survive.~peace~

Live by honor. Kill by stealth. Only the unseen survive.~peace~

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Bassman


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Location: Austin, TX, USA

Total posts: 95
Posted:I think you are referring to meteors. Not many people seem to do them as compared to poi, but there are a lot of cool moves that you can do with them that you can't do with regular poi.

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RavingLunatic


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Total posts: 286
Posted:so meteors are just one poi?

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Cassandra


Cassandra

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Location: Back in Paris... for now !

Total posts: 4224
Posted:yes, raving lunatic, but double headed though (one poi head at each end) see the shop on the HOP for a picture.I am still curious cause I've never seen anyone do meteors at an advanced stage...Can you, Bassman ? I am goig to build myself some next week end ans start practicing...Anyone knows where to see some good meteors videos ?Shine oncassandra

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TranceKuja


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Total posts: 68
Posted:and btw, what's the best thing to connect (i use glowsticks) to the string? right now i'm using keychain rings.------------------I'm a FF fan. So what?Live by honor. Kill by stealth. Only the unseen survive.~peace~

Live by honor. Kill by stealth. Only the unseen survive.~peace~

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Naganootch


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Location: Staten Island , NY. USA

Total posts: 172
Posted:I looked at the pictures of the meteors and i'm kinda confused how you would use em. Like you would use normal poi except there is a bit of string sorta attatching your hands to each other in the middle??

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Bassman


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Location: Austin, TX, USA

Total posts: 95
Posted:Cassandra -- Nope, I've never tried them
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Naganootch -- Yes, that would be correct. You can also use them to do staff-like moves. If you twirl it right, it will straighten out like a staff.


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arrgh


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Location: sweden(ume)

Total posts: 0
Posted:oh, that's what meteors is...intresting.Some of my friends I dont see much said they had spinned and when I met them to spin with them they had a meteor instead. They where pretty good at it, onehand stuff was very good, especially the weave where I find difficult to get the chains apart on the half of it when my thumb is leading. Tried there stuff a bit, and changing direktions is harder and butterflies is harder, I'll stick to my two chains definitly..Thogh I cant se many advatages woth meteors, you should be able to do more extrodenary wraps i belive, but I aint much in to that so Ill shut up my babbling now instead.

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Posted:I think there are kung foo ninja monk type gudgies who use chains weighted at both ends, shaolin style MF's, might be some on kungfoo video,dont know, thried them with monkey claw knots round tennis balls, Verry very hard and heavy. didnt like.

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jedimastah


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Location: Round Rock TX , US

Total posts: 97
Posted:Yea, the long chain there are many techniques to the long chain. Many complicated wraps and such. But it was developed to keep your opponent at a distance untill ready to strike with a knife or sword ro even a limb.

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psychomonkey


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Location: Kansas City, MO USA

Total posts: 148
Posted:Ok, I promise Ill get the FAQ done ASAP!! Im finally back for good (or at least for a while) Later!!-PSM

One can only see what one observes, and one observes only things which are already in the mind.-Alphonse Bertillon

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