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Posted: Because I see a lot of people asking for this and wasn't able to find anything definitive heres my best shot. Isolating essentially means moving the centre of the circle to a point on the string (whereas normally, it is your hand) To do this you move your hand in a circle with the poi so it makes a smaller circle. In a full isolation (both poi isolating together in split time) the strings will always be parallell and will seem to float So essentially your hand is moving in the same circle as the opposite poi head Keep in mind this is only for what we call a full isolation, any move can be isolated, and this is done by moving your hands in circles, in any weave isolation I have ever seen the strings will always be parallell for longer than normal
I'll try to get a video of the compound full isolation soon
Posted: what kind of cords is he using in the video???
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