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Posted:I found my own way to do that but not sure if it helps anyone else. I start doing a normal butterfly, then put both hands at the level of my shoulders so that they draw "wings" behind my back, and then slowly lower them, at the same time drawing them together. This seems to be quite a helpful intermediate move.
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Posted:the way i learned thread needle was by pushing one arm forward and bringing the other back, i find moving my armswhen the Poi heads are almost at the top of (invisible) circle works better. i duno if that makes any sense?lol watch lots of videos and watch the the arms and wrists