MikeIconGOLD Member
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Location: Philadelphia, PA - USA

The other day while playing with buzzsaws I found that you can turn a buzzsaw 360 without transitioning to the opposite direction. If youve ever seen one of those crazy AA Yo-Yo videos, you probably know what Im on about. Start with a buzzsaw and begin turning with it, but instead of flipping it to reverse like usual, follow it with your body, almost as if you were doing a sommersalt along with it (although you arent actually doing a summersault). Youll have to basically turn your upper body upside down and then back again.

Although I havent tried it yet, it seems this also has applications in hyperloops. The yo-yo'ers use this to turn their tangled buzzsaw type moves without worrying about extra twists and such.

Anyway, this isnt anything amazing, but was something I figured someone may have a use for.

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RevBRONZE Member
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there are no inside buzzsaws... buzzsaws cant be inside or outside because they have to be in between the hands.. so they are always inverted...

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RicheeBRONZE Member
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Location: Prague, Czech. Republic

I agree there "Is no Inside Buzzsaw", but Buzzsaw always inverted...
nop there is no neither inversion nor inverted plane.

I see buzzsaw "transportable" but than we talk about Buzzsaw as spinnig between the hands ,no matter where they are.
I still see BTB Buzzsaw(Wheel plane).

That one Bluecat do in his vid can be called
Waist wrap Buzzsaw(just because of its position)
Anyway it do not describe fully the move, I meen
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