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2b Palmspin

balls used: 2
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default image: kverens 2000-10-06
kverens: Place two balls in one hand. It does not matter which hand, although I find it easier in the left hand. Now roll them around each other. In the left hand they should roll clockwise. In the right, anti-clockwise. Try to get them touching each other constantly to avoid clicking. Now learn to spin the balls in the opposite direction to which they were spinning.

Comments

Question
2002-08-19 01:49:06 by deafmnky

Are you a righty or a lefty?


re: Question
2002-08-19 10:04:19 by kverens

I can palmspin almost equally well in both hands. The only standard move I have trouble with is 5stacks in the right hand - the left is fine.


Direction
2002-09-19 01:56:22 by MarcHare

I actually found it easier to learn anti-clockwise with my left hand. (i'mma lefty). I can do it both directions now lefty, and in my right hand, clockwise seems more natural. hrm. think its just a left-handed-ness thing?


re: Direction
2003-09-11 16:21:49 by Mathetes

I have to agree on the lefty thing. I'm a lefty and I spin more naturally CW in my right and CC in my left.


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