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Posted:So i'm relatively new to poi, and I'm lost on what to learn now. Does anyone have a good progressive of what tricks to learn in what order? As of right now i can do 3 beat weave, reverse 3 beat weave, 4 and 5 beat weaves, the butterfly, the fountain, and weave turns(there's probably a name for that)
Posted:Learn the Wall Planes Religiously. That will help you advance much faster and further. The best way to learn is to try and stand in front of a wall -Thus the Wall Plane. You'll find videos in the first section last couple of videos I believe. From there it'll be a steady climb =) It'll also improve your transitions between tricks.
"Dumb Circles, we all move around in Dumb Circles."
Posted:Yes Definitely wall planes. learning and practicing shoulder and hip reels a whole lot will help with being able to move around freely while spinning. Which always helps when spinning to great music :)