sp1ke333SILVER Member
Member
24 posts
Location: Italy


Posted:
Hello everyone! I saw this move on the beginner section but I can't really understand what it is...It looks like a crosser or a "double" tuck turn but I'm not sure and I can't really understand it from the video. Can someone describe me every single step of the move? Thank you very much!

RicheeBRONZE Member
HOP librarian
1,841 posts
Location: Prague, Czech. Republic


Posted:
Name: Meltdown (waistwrap, reel, wall)



Description: This move is kind of wall plane waist-

wrap. Have two lower and upper reel part.



-Hand behind the back, at the opposite side, spin-

ning in the front.



-Hand in front of you, above the shoulder, at the

opposite side, spinning behind the head.



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YakumoSILVER Member
veteran
1,237 posts
Location: Oxfordshire, United Kingdom


Posted:
looks a bit like a huggy, but less lovable, and more flailing, lol

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FoxxyLoveSILVER Member
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43 posts
Location: Moscow, Idaho, USA


Posted:
Is a meltdown like a low-wave except higher and closer to your body? I'm going to be harassing the crap outta the forums until I get this one down haha.

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Kusanaginewbie
23 posts
Location: Canada


Posted:
I'm trying to figure this one out myself. It almost looks like a low wave but instead of getting your hand back in front, it goes up and swings across... But then again, I may just have hit myself on the head one too many times ubbloco

I can't do it... Will sleep on it.

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DurbsBRONZE Member
Classically British
5,688 posts
Location: Epsom, Surrey, England


Posted:
That's one ugly-ass move - especially in the video ubblol

Also the name makes no sense, perhaps "Breakdown" would be better as it looks like you're having one when you do it? wink

I think i'd break it down as follows:
LH one beat behing the other, leading with RH;
~ Across, btb, LA carry to over the shoulder
Split time.





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NathanielEveristSILVER Member
enthusiast
315 posts
Location: Melbourne, Australia


Posted:
Wow, the guy in that video has got weird meltdowns. I understood a meltdown to be one hand in the waistwrap position, while the other is in a crosser position, one arm going around the back for a beat in front, while the other arm goes around the front for a beat behind the back. Does that make sense?

You can have butterfly and same-time meltdowns too.

poinoobSILVER Member
member
45 posts
Location: louisianna, new orleans, USA


Posted:
ah the joys of move naming the confusion the arguements ..... but yeah as far as my opinion counts a meltdown is an alternating full body crosser with out a whole beat of said crosser but there is as many var as there is ppl that do them with that said yes there is butterfly meltdowns and someone can prolly do them antispun

GeezaGOLD Member
addict
694 posts
Location: Leeds, United Kingdom


Posted:
Nick woolsey had a bonus video on waist wraps which had a brief section on meltdowns. Also there is a great meltdown tutorial on encyclo-poi-dio dvd by zan. The latter is where i learned meltdowns from.

They dont look sloppy if you do them clean and turn them into giant meltdown then a waistwrap or whatever else

NathanielEveristSILVER Member
enthusiast
315 posts
Location: Melbourne, Australia


Posted:
Meltdowns both look and feel fantastic if you do them well. The person in that video was not doing them well. They link perfectly with reel combinations and btb weaves too.

esmokahSILVER Member
journeyman
75 posts
Location: wisconsin, USA


Posted:
 Written by :Geeza


They dont look sloppy if you do them clean and turn them into giant meltdown then a waistwrap or whatever else




I had a giant meltdown one, wasn't pretty.

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