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38 posts Location: mt morris, michigan, u.s.
Posted: Im pretty new to glowsticking, but im getting pretty good fast, but im not gonna be able to go to the next level if i dont get some tips from people who are already at that level...so if any of you out there who know they have some skillz feel like teaching me a few things, my Aim/aol name is Phyzerium...thanks alot
hey hey! welcome.my advice is stick with it. when i was learning many moons ago i found it difficult to learn some fairly simple moves (backward weave etc). When you get it, it all clicks into place.tremendous feeling.
26 posts Location: Sydney, nsw, Australia
g'day,yeah it's awesome when you get a move down pat. once you get over the excitement you then wonder why it was so difficult in the first place.firenomad- no fancy lines yet