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Posted:This is one of the few pendulum moves that I do actually know and use. Funny enought though I learnt this myself about 2 years ago but still haven played with the 1.5 beat weave. That is my next goal. I reckon I'll have it by the end of today as I have some grounding in pendulums already.
Nice video for any one wanting to learn a Pendulum/Hyperloop combo.
Posted:Thanks - love this move, i love hyperloops, and how they feel, but sometimes finding a place\timing to fall into it was odd at first, this give a lot or opportunity at any point to drop into it. I kind of figured someone somewhere had this down.