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orangina


orangina

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Location: Cornwall

Total posts: 39
Posted:btb hyperloops anyone, who's got far with then?

I havn't seen anyone do much at festival and youtube and that, anyone do any hyperloop wraps and 3.60s and stuff, its fun:)

anyone know any gud vids ? I don't go on the net much


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Mr_Chutney
SILVER Member since Apr 2003

Mr_Chutney

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Location: Herefordshire

Total posts: 1711
Posted:They've certainly been done, both BTB airwraps and hyperloops (as the terms are know) and now orbitals are becoming more common they're being seen too. Not massively common, but they aere out there.

Only video I remember seeing of BTB Hyperloops was one of Rev's (a now dormant but exceptionally techy spinner in his own right) mates, Itchel. I doubt it's still available online sadly.


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joffjk
PLATINUM Member since Mar 2005

joffjk

member
Location: bangkok,london and somerset

Total posts: 147
Posted:i've been trying the behind the back orbitals a bit been finding it differcuilt to come out of it though you really have to force it and trying to making it looks graceful and smooth is the hard part but its basically exactly the same if you can btb weave and hyperloop you can do the btb hyperloop

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Cyrik
BRONZE Member since Dec 2005

newbie
Location: Poland

Total posts: 32
Posted:horizontal, vertical hyperloops, infinite hyperloops, orbitals - done for sure ages ago smile

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orangina


orangina

newbie
Location: Cornwall

Total posts: 39
Posted:wat btb, wat bout wrist wrapy stuff, dunno how 2 explain? erm anyone anyone dun one handed hyperloopy stuff with one poi held between ur leg of in ur pocket?

wana do it with four poi but my left hand is cak for leading


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Exuro


Exuro

The Prodigy


Total posts: 82
Posted:lol.

i dont know what else to say.

If you can double hyperloop at the same time I'll censored a brick =]
I'd probably do it in opp directions and apply turn theory.

I've got the vert btb hyperloops
with the wrist taps and extended hyper in forward,
btb airwraps in wallplane behind me, meltdown position wallplane and both wheelplanes.
I want to be able to airwrap in front of myself with both arms reaching behind the back, and behind me during a btb crosser.
btb inversions are a good time,
almost have the turn down.

Orbitals are harder to exit with poi than glowsticks for sure.
A good one is pulling a btb orbital and then using it like a jump rope.


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orangina


orangina

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Location: Cornwall

Total posts: 39
Posted:soz m8, think i tryd abit o that but don't understand half ur lingo, u got a vid? or wana go in2 abit o detail like? sounds sik smile

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Motley
GOLD Member since Oct 2005

Motley

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Location: UK

Total posts: 434
Posted:Speaking of lingo orangina, please can you try to speak in plain english instead of using txt speak type abbreviations. This is an international site and it helps make the site more accessible to everyone.

Suprised a moderator hasnt picked you up on this already wink


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Exuro


Exuro

The Prodigy


Total posts: 82
Posted:vertical (regular) hyperloops and inversions from side to side.(the standard idea)

during a hyperloop you can let the poi wrap on your wrists and throw them back in the opposite direction.
this can be done btb in side planes or wallplanes depending on your flexibility.

wheelplane btb tangles require a lot of flexibility,
and i dont like to do them with fire very often.

Airwraps can be done in the wallplane directly behind you,
at your sides kind of in front of you with one arm reaching across your back, and also with the other reaching across your front(like in a meltdown/full body crosser).
Air wraps in your side planes can be done with one arm reaching btb.

Infinite hyperloops are possible as well,
they're easiest in the space under your arm rather than centered behind you.

behind the back orbitals/superuberduperloops
are a showstopper, reach btb with one arm and enter as if it were in front of you.
you can take the orbital side to side,
jump over it, use i like a jump rope, create an antispin pattern, etc.
i like doing a btb orbital in wallplane,
and bring it around my back to the other side.

video soon.

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Durbs
BRONZE Member since Sep 2001

Durbs

Classically British
Location: Epsom, Surrey, England

Total posts: 5688
Posted:Originally Posted By: MotleySpeaking of lingo orangina, please can you try to speak in plain english instead of using txt speak type abbreviations. This is an international site and it helps make the site more accessible to everyone.

Suprised a moderator hasnt picked you up on this already wink

:ditto:

Who says we haven't? wink


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Salem_Archfiend
BRONZE Member since Nov 2008

Salem_Archfiend

Dirty Raver Pocket Monster
Location: lost vegas NV

Total posts: 11
Posted:I have fun starting an orbital, jumping over it so its behind my back then jumping back over like a jumprope:)
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Broken!This somber heart betrays only what it knows. A tragedy if nothing less. It merely scrapes the bones.You fell for kiss and a gentle touch.Now lost and alone...You hold your grudge,Because all you ever wanted You never really wanted that much-Salem

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