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ataxia
SILVER Member since Mar 2004

ataxia

member
Location: Melbourne

Total posts: 172
Posted:Just uploaded a couple of meteor vids into my member gallery:
http://www.homeofpoi.com/gallery/showgallery.php?cat=500&ppuser=7009
br>There's a hand contact one and routine vid.
I'm not happy with the routine vid because i've not included any helicopter plane stuff. I shall endeavour to get that on camera to replace this one.


Geez, I'd give my right arm to be ambidextrous.

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Analemma


Analemma

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Location: West LA

Total posts: 384
Posted:First of all - very nice vids biggrin hug ubbrollsmile

Second - the suggestions:

Meteor:
Contact is really nice - imo you can try more complex contact routines
Go for 2 meteors - its good for coordination and basic practice
Ideas:
Only thumbend leading (for what I have seen) wich gives the whole routine a 2 beat rhythm.
Splittime is quite often off - meteors can be held exactly like a staff, only with a little bit more finetuning wink

Poi:
The under the leg looks a little bit uncomfortable but very nice ubbrollsmile
BHB try to keep the timing, playing really slow helps imo
Try to keep your spine straight, otherwise it looks like they play with you and not you with the Poi wink

keep on spinning

meditate

andy


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ataxia
SILVER Member since Mar 2004

ataxia

member
Location: Melbourne

Total posts: 172
Posted:Always keen to hear suggestions.
Yeah I don't do much leading with the small finger side of my hand. Any time i get into that hand position, it's usually by mistake. I've got no problems coming back out though.
Thanks.


Geez, I'd give my right arm to be ambidextrous.

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