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member Location: Marietta, Georgia, United Stat...
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Posted:after reading the post, i went and tried this with a friend of mine. The trick is difficult and requires 2 people with good skill and VERY good timing. stand back to back with a buddy, one person start doing the forward weave, then the other person (with correct timing), start doing the reverse weave. It's complicated, but it works. And if someone messes up...be ready with an ice pack...lol