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Title: old Takahiro freestyle, with hyperloop!
Post by: norbi on December 09, 2004, 08:33:15 PM
Ok, sorry to bring an old topic back up (dunno, why i'm sorry, new evidence (although its not really evidence as such) is always good) but i thought it's about time someone looked at these old topics.

I found on my hard drive a vid i hadnt watched in litterally years, but it has a hyperloop on it! That's right, the traditional hyperloop, i just thought some of you might like to see it, its a forgotton trick that needs to be revived.

The video is off of Diarythm (http://www.diarhythm.com/e/) (although actually the vid is only linked to on the Japanese version of the site, so get rid of the /e/ if you wanna find it yourself) and is a freestyle (probably at some kind of comp, any help on this would be pointless but appreciated) by Takahiro Sugiyama.
The video is here

http://www.diarhythm.com/movie/sugiyamafree.mpg

Hope y'all like it (and are enlightened to the ways of the hyperloop)
Title: old Takahiro freestyle, with hyperloop!
Post by: Arjan on December 09, 2004, 08:40:26 PM
indeed, I have seen that! I agree that`s a old skool hyper-loop.
Title: old Takahiro freestyle, with hyperloop!
Post by: MattF on December 09, 2004, 08:54:09 PM
Thanks for posting that Norbi, i would have never found it as i have always looked at the english version of the site.
Title: old Takahiro freestyle, with hyperloop!
Post by: seán_ on December 09, 2004, 09:03:46 PM
Surely you mean 'shuffle over'. if its the trick at 1.42.

The trick is one that I wish more people should try. I do it from time to time and Makky has a great version in Diaboloumbertos trick of the week
From the sprinklers/hyperloops/tourbillon (http://diabolo.ca/forum/index.php?topic=10) thread
Quote from: Dave P

Until the book came out I called the stick in the triangle trick a "shuffle over" cos' it's a shuffle in a stop over, we (me and andy p/maybe others) had discovered hyperloop/sprinkler variations by that time also we just didn't give them a name.
I'd have to say that "hyperloop" would be the right name for any trick where the string LOOPS around both diabolos.


The trick is one that I wish more people should try. I do it from time to time and Makky has a great version in Diaboloumbertos trick of the week.

I get into the shuffle over  ;) by frontwrap, slow string climb to left stick trap, swing into shuffle over (or miss the stick into hyperloop) Like Makky, but have not been able to pull of his exit.
Title: old Takahiro freestyle, with hyperloop!
Post by: seán_ on December 09, 2004, 09:06:05 PM
Quote from: Arjan
indeed, I have seen that! I agree that`s a old skool hyper-loop.


do the trick, its a shuffle within a triangle or stopover. No loop around the diabolos QED :)

Edit: youngsters, no respect for tradition tsk! ;)
Title: old Takahiro freestyle, with hyperloop!
Post by: Sean on December 09, 2004, 09:22:07 PM
Cheers for posting that Norbi! I'd never seen that before. It does have relatively old school tricks in it.

I love how the cameraman just can't contain his excitement during the performance. :P

He seems to like working with slow diabolos a lot... maybe that's more of an old school thing too.

The evidence would point to that trick being called something other than a straight "hyperloop". "Shuffle over" seems like a reasonable term, seeing as how it comes from some of the originators.
Quote from: seán_
No loop around the diabolos QED

"QED" Ha! Pulling out the big words today, aren't we Seàn_ !  :wink:
And for all of you out there for whom English is not your first language (or rather Latin). (http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=qed)
Title: old Takahiro freestyle, with hyperloop!
Post by: seán_ on December 09, 2004, 09:39:20 PM
Quote from: Sean

He seems to like working with slow diabolos a lot... maybe that's more of an old school thing too.


go slow, love the flow. Speed kills I reckon.

Quote from: Sean

The evidence would point to that trick being called something other than a straight "hyperloop". "Shuffle over" seems like a reasonable term, seeing as how it comes from some of the originators.


I wish more people would do it, its a shame when a trick gets forgotten. As the Makky trick shows there can still be developments from tricks that have been around a while

Quote from: Sean

"QED" Ha! Pulling out the big words today, aren't we Seàn_ !  :wink:
And for all of you out there for whom English is not your first language (or rather Latin). (http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=qed)

I was classically educated, not that you could tell from my spelling and grammar.

I might move this to the other thread before things start going a verbis ad verbera
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