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Posted:When I do butterfly with poi going forward (inwards) I can do thread the needle fine, usually starting with right slightly in front of left.
When I try this with poi going backwards (outwards) I have no idea how to make one hand go in front of the other. One just keeps knocking on my arm. I can do the butterfly fine and overhead (not underhand windmill yet though)
Is my brain just stuck at the moment with underhand thread the needle?
Posted:It's quite a bit harder than normal thread the needle. The biggest breakthrough I had was changing the dropping motion on the beat to a lifting motion, but I still can't get it with neat planes.