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One ball palmspining directions...
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Joined: 07 Mar 2007
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Location: Portugal, Lisbon

Posted: Fri Jul 06, 2007 4:00 pm    Post subject: One ball palmspining directions...


Somedays ago i was trying to do a trick, watching a video and trying to reproduce it, when i look more closer i see that this guy does a clockwise palmspining, and in terms of direction i do anticlockwise one ball palmspining.
So first, for example to 1 to 5 fingers for me without the ball spining its more fluid clockwise (in terms of fingers, so pinky, ring finger, middle finger and so on) but my hand has dificulty in doing clockwise movements with the ball.
So with the ball,the finger sequence its not so fluid (anticlock) but the hand tends to this direction (anticlock). So any explanation about this? cause my hand tends to a direction opossite to my finger sequence.
It made me think if i could change the direction, with practice, if my finger direction is more fluid with pinky, ring finger, middle finger, point finger and thumb without the ball maybe i could practice my hand doing a clockwise movement and maybe my palmpsining would improve (ehehe especulating, using a lot of maybe´s).
So normally are there people that do both ways palmspining (1 ball)?. Let me here your opinion

peace for all of you
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Joined: 29 Sep 2004
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Posted: Fri Jul 06, 2007 4:11 pm    Post subject:

Vasco, have a little search of the boards.

Questions about palmspinning have been asked so many times before.
With practice, You too could be like Ryan Mellors...
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