tigerface
tigerface

rargh

Member Since: 26th Mar 2009
Total posts: 14
Posted:Heya,

Does anyone know any decent hybrid moves at all?

I was introduced to hybrids at BJC 2008 and I'd love to learn some more, can't seem to find much info about them anywhere!

any ideas?

muchos love


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Geeza
Geeza

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Location: Leeds
Member Since: 14th May 2006
Total posts: 694
Posted:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHUYQnynip0
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Ideas at .50, 1.47, 3.44, 4.07


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dalef
dalef

dubbles extraordinaire

Member Since: 12th Oct 2007
Total posts: 36
Posted:I don't know any hybrids that aren't decent grin

The obvious would be to go through the 50 or so anti-spin iso hybrids.

Same time, split time, butterfly. Then Hands going butterfly but poi going same time, then hands going split time poi going butterfly etc. etc. etc.

Then you have all the cat eye hybrids, use the same formula (Same time, split time, butterfly, butt split time, then go into hand vs poi hybrids)

basically every driving style vs driving style has its own set of hybrids. They are all pretty decent as far as it goes.

Basically once you get to hybrids, your brain takes off with so many patterns its hard for people to document them all. So just experiment with it.

A great one would be Iso weave / Regular Weave hybrid, split time. Then do it same time, its a great one to learn as well.

Alien jon goes into great deal about hybrids on his channel as well. http://www.youtube.com/user/AlienJon
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tigerface
tigerface

rargh

Member Since: 26th Mar 2009
Total posts: 14
Posted:ah awesome, cheers guys.

just found this on alien jons page



those videos are really helpful!!


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Mother_Natures_Son
Mother_Natures_Son

Rampant whirler.
Location: Geelong, Victoria, Australia!
Member Since: 1st Aug 2007
Total posts: 2418
Posted:All hybrids are really just combinations... so just start playing with them.

Cateye/3 petal antispin is fun.. you can do it with the hands in even time, split time whatever... though doesnt make a lot of visual difference since they are polyrhythmic anyway.

Or maybe it does, the tops meeting in even time hands would be a nice effect... I havent actually played with them with light, but I guess it would look nicer.


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Geeza
Geeza

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Location: Leeds
Member Since: 14th May 2006
Total posts: 694
Posted:Watch the 'spinning in arizona' video on playpoi.com
Zan Moore and Jon Alien pull off some amazing hybrid moves.

I have just started trying to learn new ones, theres so much more to learn now frown

... smile


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