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Hi everyone~ i am a starter in yoyoing

Postby tsuitsui » Fri May 20, 2011 12:09 am

Hi All,

i am a newb in yoyoing, my english is not very good since i am from HongKong, and i have only been playing yoyos for at most 2 months in adelaide, yet i want to improve my yoyo skills, are there any way i can learn more and faster? I have been watching video in yoyoexpert, but i still haven't got all of them yet..

I am just wondering are there any ways to improve my skills. How do you guys improve your skills?

Cheers =]
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Re: Hi everyone~ i am a starter in yoyoing

Postby Mark K » Fri May 20, 2011 9:06 am

Welcome to the forum :)
Unfortunately... there's no magic pill for getting good at yoyos in a shorter space of time. Just gotta keep practicing and your skills will grow over time. Site slike yoyoexpert are good because you can start with easy tricks and work your way up from there, so just stick to that and you'll get better.
That's all there is to it :)
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Re: Hi everyone~ i am a starter in yoyoing

Postby Cookee » Fri May 20, 2011 11:26 am

Going to meets and being shown how to do tricks defiantly help as well.
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Re: Hi everyone~ i am a starter in yoyoing

Postby tsuitsui » Fri May 20, 2011 12:20 pm

Thank you for the advice =]
are there any other ways beside watching videos online?
any meetings at regular place ? If i am very newb, is that okay? haha @@
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Re: Hi everyone~ i am a starter in yoyoing

Postby Mark K » Fri May 20, 2011 2:43 pm

tsuitsui wrote:are there any other ways beside watching videos online?


Yeah, sure. Stop watching videos of people playing with yoyos and play with one yourself.
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Re: Hi everyone~ i am a starter in yoyoing

Postby tsuitsui » Fri May 20, 2011 4:38 pm

Currently I have some yoyos and trying to learn those acts from video..but the progress is so xxx slow... :?
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Re: Hi everyone~ i am a starter in yoyoing

Postby -= sk!p =- » Thu Jun 09, 2011 2:23 pm

Slow compared to what?

You can't possibly expect to be able to do everything on YYE after 2 months, I can't after 7 years.

Why?

Because with yoyoing, there is no deadline, no rush, you aren't going to be late to the party.

Choose what you want to learn and work on, obviously there are some basics and mounts that are needed to progress, but just because you, say...can't do magic drops, it doesn't mean you are a bad player. You can move onto something else, you might even find yourself discovering your own style, by attempting tricks and doing them wrong.



All in all, yoyo for yourself.
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Re: Hi everyone~ i am a starter in yoyoing

Postby dyladon » Fri Jul 22, 2011 8:21 pm

-= sk!p =- wrote:Slow compared to what?

You can't possibly expect to be able to do everything on YYE after 2 months, I can't after 7 years.

Why?

Because with yoyoing, there is no deadline, no rush, you aren't going to be late to the party.

Choose what you want to learn and work on, obviously there are some basics and mounts that are needed to progress, but just because you, say...can't do magic drops, it doesn't mean you are a bad player. You can move onto something else, you might even find yourself discovering your own style, by attempting tricks and doing them wrong.



All in all, yoyo for yourself.

Exactly, I've been throwing a year and a half and I say taking it slow is the way to go. At least you can get everything smooth before you move on because you never know if thats gonna help you in the future! Good luck
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Re: Hi everyone~ i am a starter in yoyoing

Postby caidmasterofpyro » Wed Aug 10, 2011 8:48 pm

what is with all throwers being in Adelaide? is it just because people see nats and get into it or is it just a coincidence?
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Re: Hi everyone~ i am a starter in yoyoing

Postby caidmasterofpyro » Wed Aug 10, 2011 8:51 pm

tsuitsui wrote:Thank you for the advice =]
are there any other ways beside watching videos online?
any meetings at regular place ? If i am very newb, is that okay? haha @@


scince u live in adelaide Vu Ho 2010 national champ wants to have a meet in adelaide some time this month see if u can make it.
http://www.facebook.com/groups/14467264 ... p_activity
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