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(the person actually known as Chris Bailey) Location: Austin, TX, USA
Total posts: 544
Posted:I know the Subject sounds oxymoronic but I was wondering if anyone else has ever played around with this. I started by doing a one-handed butterfly and choking up the chain one hand at a time until it got smaller and smaller. Then I realized you could grab one poi with your free hand and make a smaller circle with one poi let go and then continue spinning one-handed. I started grabbing one and wrapping the other then going into a weird one poi short one long weave, also hitting one poi so it spins twice as fast as the other creating a 2:1 timed one-handed weave, you can change from same time one handed bf to split-time onehanded bf easily in this way, and many others I was just playing around with. I am not good at any other one handed moves other then same and split-time one handed butterfly's but I imagine other one-handed moves could also be manipulated in this way.