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Posted:I'm trying to learn this darn pivot! I understand how the move is suppose to work and i can almost do it, but when ever it comes to the halo roll part of the move the staff tends to bounce instead of staying in contact. What causes this? Am I doing something wrong? Or is this just part of learning the move, and it will correct itself later? Please help me! Thanks!
PS. I can do a pretty soild halo roll by itself, just not from the pivot. EDITED_BY: Derek_Faughn (1262036316)
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Posted:also if you get the chance try with a heavier staff. the weight reduces bounce. to be fair it can increase bruises but that will only encourage you more doiing halo pivots with a lighter staff will make your technique better but will probably take longer to get smooth.
A couple of balls short of a full cascade... or maybe a few cards short of a deck... we'll see how this all fans out.