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PyroMike


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Location: Calgary

Total posts: 6
Posted:This move is driving me crazy, and I'm not entirely sure why..

I have the figure eight down... and so now I'm starting to try the Weave...

I bring my right poi over my left arm on the left side, let it swing once, then switch my right arm under my left arm and let it swing again, but *EVERY* time, my left poi ends up hitting me on my right side...any suggestions?


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Mr_Coops
SILVER Member since Nov 2001

Mr_Coops

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Location: Lancashire

Total posts: 42
Posted:Sounds like you doing it right..
I learnt it one hand at a time then tried putting it together.
Suddenly it clicks and alls well with the world.
Can you go over under back with your left?


Herby

At the top of the spin..
..i found my smile biggrin

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Paraffin


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Location: United States

Total posts: 10
Posted:I learned it with nunchaku, that's a painful experience.

burn burn burn burn burn burn burnburn burn

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PyroMike


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Location: Calgary

Total posts: 6
Posted:Yeah I can do it with my left..not as well, but I can...

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PeDey


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Location: nevernever land

Total posts: 189
Posted:hey try this!!!! as soon as you start the second spin on the left with the right poi bring your left poi and arm over your right arm to the right side of your body , hope that helps if it doesn't give me a day or two n i'll come with another way of explaining it Keep us posted on how your doin

Spike


ask yourself this??.......... When was the last time you dug a hole you could be proud of???
answers on a post card

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Flynt
SILVER Member since May 2002

Flynt

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Total posts: 5635
Posted:get yaself some wooden spoons
seriously, you'll feel like a monkey, but i tried doing the weave unsucessfully for three months on chains, before i spent two afternoons just memorising the hand movements slowly and exagerated with spoons. The next day, picked up my chains and i didnt even have to think about it! it just happened. i think once my hands knew what they were doing by themselves i stopped struggling with it..... `


Currently on the right side up of the world.

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PyroMike


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Location: Calgary

Total posts: 6
Posted:With the little help of learning some liquid (flowing hand movements never hurt anyone) and watching someone do it in slow motion for what seemed like hours, I'm now able to do it, and it seems so natural now

Thanks for the info


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