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2 handed shoot the moon yoyo trick - Luke Renner

stringslingernm

Trick featured in the video is two handed "reach for the moon" aka "shoot for the moon". Trick tips: 1) Practice each individual hand before combining the trick. 2) Use a fixed axle. 3) There is no easy way to master this trick other than practicing everyday. Special thanks to Dale! Yo-yos used by Luke Renner are generic and cost around $1.50 for two. Filmed in Northwest New Mexico on 8/28/10 by filmmakers George Thomas and Thomas LaRue. Music by JAH ROOTS - Steppin Out Of Babylon/ Track "Ya, Ya, Yo" Creative Commons License Attribution 2.5 Generic.

00:56

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26-10-2010

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Spirit Bomb Yo-Yo Trick / non-breakaway - Luke Renner (no audio)

stringslingernm

Spirit Bomb Yo-Yo Trick Instructional Video demonstrated by Luke Renner. Note: this video uses a non-breakaway mount. The breakaway is the standard throw for the trick. If you're learning tricks for a sports ladder contest practice the breakaway toss to start the trick the other steps are the same. The forward pass throw used in this demonstration gives extra momentum and spin time for completing the trick. The audio is intentionally left out on this video. Yo-Yo used in the demo is a Yoyofactory Speed Dial. Footage shot in Northwest New Mexico on 8/28/10 by Filmmakers George Thomas and Thomas LaRue. Trick details: Spirit Bomb is a yo-yo trick originated by Jeff Longoria. Trick name originates from the game Dragon Ball Z. Special Thanks and recognition to Ken's World-on-a-String, Sector-Y and all of the sites that pioneered and continue promote the "Art of Yo!" through videos on the web

03:09

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02-01-2011

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Trixie Larue - Broadway Melody of 1940

disco

Scene from a film with Trixie showing off her tricks to Fred Astaire

03:40

13487

4

28-04-2007

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Trixie Larue on ice... in colour!

bad1dobby

The astonishing Trixie Larue on ice. In glorious colour!! Ball spinning, head bouncing, 3 hats, 6 plates and a head bounce, ball and mouthstick, and fine row of 6 backflips (on skates!) to cap it off. Found on home movies from The Maxwells - Australian comedy acrobatic duo, who worked in the Ice Capades with her.

01:07

1694

0

02-08-2015

[2]

Trixie on ice

01:10

4898

1

10-06-2009

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