Palmspinning

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Palmspinning is a technique where anywhere from two balls to twenty balls ( <- not sure on that fact) are manipulated on the palms of the performers hands. Orbiting isolations (and tons of variations) are frequently done. Snakes and Pyramids are common palmspinning moves. Snakes usually consist of four balls, that move and follow each other in the manner that a 8 bit "snake" ( from the game) would. Pyramids generally have three balls on the bottom, and one ball on the top. The bottom balls can be rotated in either direction, and the top ball can be rotated down and another is rotated up to take its place. Arcylic balls are generally used for palmspinning since they rotate and slide against other acrylic balls easily. Some good examples to watch of palmspinning are Drew and Moon.

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