Forums > Advanced Poi Moves > Terminology question - antispin vs ?????

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bluecatgeek, level 1
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Posted:
I put it in staff, but it's just as meaningful a question here..... please go and poll grin

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StoutSILVER Member
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Location: Canada


Posted:
I just call it *regular* spinning, trusting that the lack of the word antispin will serve to make what I'm talking about obvious.

CyrikBRONZE Member
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Location: Poland


Posted:
just "spinning" is ok basic, everyone knows that term

bluecatgeek, level 1
5,300 posts
Location: everywhere


Posted:
but 'just spinning' usually implies static arm position - i'm talking about the opposite of antispin, not basic spinning. though i like the use of 'regular', stout smile

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CyrikBRONZE Member
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Location: Poland


Posted:
oh - in that case regular spin is a goodd term. Sorry for misleading smile
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ExuroThe Prodigy
82 posts


Posted:
I always use "in-spin"

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You're going to get burned.


astonSILVER Member
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Location: South Africa


Posted:
I think I default to regular. I am sure I have seen hyperspin somewhere too. Probably about something else though. tongue2

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DyamiTKGOLD Member
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Location: Santa Cruz, Ca, USA


Posted:
i usually say regular spin if i need to make the distinction. But you didn't allow that option in your survey so I said 'spin' d:

Mother_Natures_SonSILVER Member
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Location: Geelong, Victoria, Australia!


Posted:
I think inspin is out for Poi because of its ghastly similarity to inswings.

I often find myself saying inspin for an inswing if i have difficulty grappling for the word.

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