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title: Neck Propellers

description: I learnt these trying to get the matrix. The way you lean and shift your body is very similar to how you would for a matrix but easier. I go in from a horizontal pivot because it gets the staff nicly in plane. Once the staff is on your neck lean away from the staff and let it spin around the back of your neck. Then do the same in the other direction to get it back round the front. Useing your shoulders to push the staff round can help.
Tags: inspinerate - neck

10-05-2011

00:27

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title: Neck Roll Armpit Catch

description: This was the first move i learnt, it bruised my shoulder for about 2 weeks learning it but it gave me a good understanding of how a staff behaves on my back. Do a neck roll fairly horizontally and when you can see the staff coming round in the corner of your eye, lean to the left and bring your right shoulder up and catch under your arm with your right hand. After you've got this move try a 1/4 steve.
Tags: inspinerate

10-05-2011

00:25

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title: Front Side SNES

description: Same as a SNES but front side. I cross my arms behind my back because it puts your hands in the right place and looks flasher but you don't have to.
Tags: snes - inspinerate

10-05-2011

00:43

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title: SNES

description: Go in underarm leaning in the opposite direction to the hand the staff is in. Do a shoulder roll at a slight angle and lean into the staff. As the staff travels across your neck continue to lean into it shifting your weight across. Catch under your other arm.
Tags: inspinerate - snes

10-05-2011

00:25

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title: Horizontal Pivots

description: Horizontal Pivots
Tags: elbow - inspinerate

10-05-2011

01:01

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title: Pivots

description: This is the natural progression from Conveyor Belts. They are basically a convoyor belt with a halo roll. Do a conveyor belt but instead of letting the staff roll over your second elbow, place the staff onto your shoulder staight from your hand and turn with the staff to do a halo roll and then catch it with the back of your hand to allow it to roll out. This move can be done continuously.
Tags: inspinerate - ebow

10-05-2011

00:50

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title: Continuous Antispun Conveyor Belt

description: These are a nice varient of conveyor belts. First learn to do continuous. When the staff is falling off your last elbow, raise that elbow and bring your other elbow underneath to catch it by sort of hugging yourself. Give the staff a bit of a pop as it comes off so as to give yourself a little more time to catch it. When you've got that add the antispin by moving each point of the move to the antispin points (watch the video).
Tags: inspinerate - elbow

10-05-2011

00:26

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title: Convoyor Belt

description: Another good move to start with, this is just a reverse elbow wrap followed by a forwards elbow wrap but in wall plane (spinning in front of you as if you were facing a wall). As with all contact, don't let go of the staf untill your hand is touching the contact point (in this case the outside of your elbow). This helps give a nice smooth contact roll. As the video shows this move can be done with hands apart (adding an extra beat) or together. It also leads nicly into pivots.
Tags: inspinerate - elbow

10-05-2011

00:33

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title: Elbow Wraps

description: This is a good move to start off with if you are new to contact. Do a hand wrap (roll it over the back of your hand) then bring your hand in towrds you and let the staff roll over your elbow. Leave it fairly late in the hand wrap to begin bringing your hand in.
Tags: inspinerate - elbow

10-05-2011

00:38

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title: stevetrix lynx

description: stevetrix lynx
Tags: inspinerate

10-05-2011

00:33

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