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Videos / World Yo-Yo Contest videos you must watch!>>>
« on: August 10, 2005, 03:09:09 PM »

I'm not sure if they have been posted here so....

I think it is a very good idea to watch as many of them as possible because there are many new tricks that will corss over to diaboloing. But specailly watch the FreeHand (5A) and Offstring(4A) freestyle divisions.

Defiantly watch the person who came 7th in 4A and the person who came 8th in 4A. Then convert the tricks! lol

There is also a couple of people trying SoloHam (2 offstring yoyos) but with 3! So it is only a matter of time!


Arron (oh and watch mine! :wink: )

Videos of the Week / Re: Video of the week: May 30-June 5, John
« on: May 31, 2005, 10:40:49 PM »
"  - As part of the under-arm move, roll forwards and onto your back (almost like a slightly-sideways Submarine)."

This is called DangerZone and it would proabbly be the easiest variation out of the ones given by Guy (it is with yoyos). (Given that John can do Fan lying down as easy as standing up!)

I think another very nice variation possible would be Clione. It's like the foutian transition (going from horizontal fan to above the head fan) but behind the back! Of course you would have to have good controll with behind the back fan (I've seen a video where a japanese diaboloist does it for a bout 3 seconds) but if you could sort that out then I'm sure it would do able.


Videos / Yo-yo tricks for the diabolo
« on: May 30, 2005, 07:03:11 PM »
Yeah as Guy said lots of the cross over seems to come from Japan (as far as I can tell). This is beacuse it seems the two sceens are very close (if not the same).

A place to watch for this kind of trading is really advise getting 'How to be an OS (OffString) player' video as it shows some yoyo/diabolo cross over at its best.

I remember doing  Kwijibo on a diabolo years ago (not the nicest looking trick I'll admit).

For some basic yoyo string tricks that have potential for cross over look at Remember these are the basic yoyo tricks, there are of course lots more!


I'm New / Re: Introduce yourself
« on: May 30, 2005, 06:37:49 PM »
1. How many years have you diaboloed for?
Err I have dabbled on and (mainly) off for years.

2. What or who got you started?
It was a craze in my first school, so I guess my friends and I supose Guy.

3. What do you like best about the diabolo or juggling in general?
It's fun. There is always something new to learn or create.

4. How many hours a day do you diabolo on average?

5. Do you ever perform with the diabolo?
I have, a long time ago.

6. Do you juggle other props? If so: balls, clubs, rings, cigar boxes, devil sticks... ?
Most stuff really but specialise in yoyoing and toss juggling.

7. What are your favourite diabolos, sticks, and string?
Johns! lol

8. Do you like working with 1, 2, or 3 diabolos the best?
My 3 Diabolo is pretty sick but I'll say my 2 diabolo stuff is most inspiring.

9. What is your favourite diabolo trick that you can do?
My signiture trick, the 'JohnSteal' or 'puttingguof3'

10. What is the most amazing diabolo trick you've ever seen done?
Duno, lots of vids, Guys stuff, Johns stuff even Norbi suprises me sometimes (some more than others!)

11. What tricks are driving you nuts right now (what are you working on)?
Pass. All to easy.

12. What other diaboloists have inspired you?
Guy, donald, John, Norbi, Tonys pretty cool but mainly me. I rock.


Videos of the Week / Video of the week: May 30-June 5, John
« on: May 30, 2005, 06:23:36 PM »
I think I will take full credit for this trick, John was but a pawn in my master plan.... :twisted:


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