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Posted:Hey I've been doin 360 btb weaves for a while now and btb butterfly handcuff wraps and btb weave wraps... I'm just wondering... are there any more BTB moves left out there? Besides btb weave low fountains... btb weave 360s... btb butterflies.... might there be some kind of btb windmill? or something else? any suggestions will be appreciated
Posted:-btb thread the needle (reverse and forward)-btb splittime butterfly (reverse and forward)-btb 5-beat weave (reverse and forward)-btb corkscrew is possible if you're flexible enough and maybe your poi are short-you can do between the legs moves while you have your hands behind your back-most importantly when you get those down you can learn how to turn them from forward to reverse and vice verca. (minus the corkscrew if you can break your arms to do it)------------------Dhuong-Vu Truong==== Dhunky ====
Posted:Shinomori...please refrain from using all caps in the future...it insinuates yelling and anger. Instead to add emphasis use an asterix on both ends of your statement.Actually things can be moved fluidly from forward to btb with alot of practice and turning your arms (not breaking them). Sometime a wrap or stall is needed to change direction, but changing the angle of your arm works wonders (much like when doing a staff shoulder roll).------------------Pele Higher, higher burning fire...making music like a choir...http://www.pyromorph.com
Pele Higher, higher burning fire...making music like a choir "Oooh look! A pub!" -exclaimed after recovering from a stupid fall "And for the decadence of art, nothing beats a roaring fire." -TMK
Posted:Is the waist wrap (damn I hate that name - its sooo misleading)...is that the one thats kinda like a btb weave, cept it kinda wraps around the side of your body from side to side and front to back?tis an awesome lookin move...i've only seen it done with Poi tho.Josh
Posted:while at a club in nyc i went over to battle someone who was spinning in a little pit as i approached he was doing a behind the back weave he then changed up to btb butterfly soon after he started to thread the needle behind his back and then began stalling on everyother thread and just when i thought he was done he syncronized it and they began stalling at the same time chasing eachother needless to say i dident battle him having just arrived and not being warmed up hehe