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Posted:Sorry I dont have a good video at the moment but..its kinda like

Watermill at your waist into kind of a watermill around your shoulders (not actually behind your head..more around the shouders).Ive been playing around with this lately as it just came to me naturally but I'm quite new and don't know what the name for this would be.

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if that works...its what im doing at 25 seconds....i dont execute it perfectly here and its really dark..but i can never manage to get good videos.


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Trybal Wolf
SILVER Member since Jul 2012

Trybal Wolf

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Posted:Ummm... Do you mean the move with the lights spinning around?

Sorry, but I'm going to need a video where I can actually see you in order to help. Its really hard to judge in this video what the poi are doing in relation to you.


I'd rather die on paws, than live on feet.

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beaniebob
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Posted:+1 for a video with lighting and being able to see your arms+body.

"If all else fails, immortality can always be assured by spectacular error."

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Posted:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1o4I_ZhOqX4
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There is a better video. I've only been spinning a few weeks and its probably not actually a 'move' more of just spinning on different planes...but I think it gives a nice effect and its really fun to do.


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Posted:im going to go ahead and assume its not anything. I recently started playing with caps though..and im going to try to work them into the planes in the video that I posted. ive gotten really comfortable weaving around myself in the last week or so

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Trybal Wolf
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Trybal Wolf

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Posted:Looks to me to mostly be various modes of spinning in the pattern of butterfly hip reels (I think?). You were alternating between same-time and split-time butterfly hip reels.

I hope this is helpful.


I'd rather die on paws, than live on feet.

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Posted:Yeah, I looked it up and it does seem to be closest to butterfly hip reels. Its been a good exercise for me in getting used to spinning around myself. I mix that in with fountains.

I must master all the planes!


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