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Posted: I really like this thread! Gives inspiration for more meteor What I think might be quite important, if not an essential "move" are the stalls. From a "Propellor" or however you call it, one has to be able to stall them and then play the propellor backward. The meteors should stall like a V to the outside with the shorter end below. The problem is to stall so that no end wraps around the stick . But its possible ! It might be easier to understand if done from a horizontal "propellor" but probably more difficult in practice. This should be the equivalent to the standard toss with devilsticks - stopping them on one stick and playing it back (only a lil bit harder ) Looking forward to see your video! good luck
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