Sounds cool. I've seen a bunch of Furious Reapers, which I'm guessing is easier.Kylescook wrote:Anyone hit, tried, or have thoughts on Furious Delusion?
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- 08 Oct 2016 13:48
- Forum: Shred Symposium
- Topic: Has (insert viable, difficult trick name here) been hit? PG1
- Replies: 1890
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I feel someone deserving of BAP is the following: "Someone who can enter any circle filled with any combination of other BAP (or non BAP) players, and consistently make them fear that they could not reproduce what they are doing". That's the best description of Nick Polini I've ever heard. Oh wait....
I was trying for slapping symp mirage but couldn't get it so i tried for full symp. still no luck. anyone do these? That's the kind of trick me and Jindra would try whenever alcohol was involved in our training sessions. :) Good highlights. Toe Blur b2b was always weird to me. Most days I couldn't ...
I am feeling a little annoyed that there still isn’t a final location for Euros (it will probably be settled in the coming days) and how little promotion there have been for Worlds. The Facebook page 'IFPA Footbag Worlds 2016' has a very nice introductory video and many pictures containing any need...
Always nice to pick up new bands. Have you heard 'True Friends Stab You in the Front' by BMTH? I bought their first CD and I don't really know what they're doing these days but every now and then they make a song I like. :) Also Intro Packs are really overpriced, I bought one too, but you can easily...
A friendly reminder to keep the trick criticism on Facebook a bit lower. I am saying this on behalf of myself, not Jindra, but I am saying it because it demotivates him. If you release a video, and don't ask for criticism, and yet receive it, it's fine, shit happens. But if it happens 12 times in a ...
- 06 Mar 2016 00:17
- Forum: General
- Topic: One piece of Footbag advice from every person.
- Replies: 7
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If you're having trouble with linking your Drifters into Stepping set, jump into your Drifters sooner. Make it feel almost like a Quantum/Stepping set (for Toe/Near, respectively), only you plant the setting leg first. Adjust the set height to compensate for the decreased trick time length.
That's a very impressive list. I can't even imagine most of those sets. My question, however, was more like 'Is there a footage of a clean triple dex toe set into a Mirage/Switch?'
Lots of new players have started since that came out. Can we extend measurements to newer players too? or too late? I haven't thought of that. I asked Dexter today and he said it's no longer needed. I was also wrong, while we only received about 100 measurements, both him and the shoemaker said tha...
Well done! I was hoping you would 'accidentally' hit it - is that the only 3DEX toe set that has been hit? I've seen Furious Nuclear, Rifling and Furious Swirling, but no toe except for yours.
Teach me lol. Near Illusions are like yoghurt with ketchup - I can get them as many times as I want, but even if I do, they won't ever feel natural.DC Clinks wrote:
Illusions from clipper are feeling a lot more natural.
The shoe template (inner shoe structure) made using the data from players' feet measurements has been tested. It felt good but was sent back to the shoemaker/manufacturer for a couple of minor changes. Once the template is chosen, a material and a sole will be chosen and then off to some more testin...
Hard to guess when your highlights for the session are identical. Had to refresh my memory on the names of Symp tricks. Can you film some Levitating attempts?
- 15 Feb 2016 03:03
- Forum: Footblogs
- Topic: The Lord of the Strings: A Footblog of Nathan
- Replies: 212
- Views: 28330
That's massive. I've never seen that set. Symp Double Downs have a lot of names lolNathan8 wrote: Cleared Levitating set (Fairy Symposium Swirling Stepping!) (new)
- 15 Feb 2016 02:58
- Forum: Footblogs
- Topic: AdAstra's Footblog: Hopefully be back soon
- Replies: 209
- Views: 27365
Props on PLO (that's what people call Pixie Legover). Infinity is a Far Butterfly, a Butterfly from opposite side Clipper. If you do them back to back, the bag draws an infinity sign, hence the name.