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Post by h0ag3yb3atZ » 27 Apr 2009 17:48

What would a planting osis be called ? If I set it from clipper its pretty much an osis done with the exception being that the clipper leg is planted once the bag lands.

I've heard it called both ankle breaker and rooted osis and I've hit it pixie, ducking, far/paradox and I'm fairly close to spinning and pimpy set.

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Post by mc » 27 Apr 2009 18:05

rooted osis would be a good way to name it, in a technical sense.

rooted osis > walkover is a good combo.
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Post by h0ag3yb3atZ » 27 Apr 2009 18:25

Yeah I hit that. I think it's kinda styley to do said trick (rooted osis)>walkover>inside pixie set.

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Post by Mike V » 14 May 2009 16:33

just a little really curious, what is a whirlygig?
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Post by Colin » 14 May 2009 16:47

blurry symposium whirl. that is, stepping far symposium whirl.
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Post by dudex » 02 Jun 2009 20:16

So the trick is essentially a toe ripwalk/quantum butterfly. The only difference is it specifically states planting the dex foot and in instructional videos they plant the dex foot. I can only hit it starting on the left foot ending on right so set left and start like a mirage with right leg dexing in to out, and keeping right foot up dex out to in with left and clipper right. I believe the jobs notation would be set>op in (no plant while)>op out>op clip. So symposium miraging butterfly? Also how many adds would this be I guess 4 since it is essentially a butterfly with an extra dex, or does the fact that I do not plant affect this.

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Post by zeroman13 » 02 Jun 2009 20:24

If it's all downtime you're hitting Dada Curve. If you have an actual set, it would be Backside Tripwalk. Video will help clarify this even more.
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Post by dudex » 03 Jun 2009 11:24

yeah exactly a da da curve except from a toe set off the left foot ending in a right clipper.

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what trick is this

Post by maverick-morley » 30 Jul 2009 10:08

i was messing about doing clippers and i did this move, wanted to know what it was.

it started with left inside stall>ss clipper>pickup

so from clipper on my left foot i set waist high, and my support leg goes from in>out and stalls on same toe.

what is this and how many adds is it?
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Post by Muffinman » 30 Jul 2009 10:15

Well it's three different tricks linked together:
1) an inside stall
2) a same foot clipper
3) a far pickup (the move you're meaning to ask about, which is 2 adds)

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Post by mc » 30 Jul 2009 10:21

pickup, two, DEX and DELAY
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Post by jaust » 30 Aug 2009 11:29

is there a name for
outside pixie > same muted inside pickup ??
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Post by h0ag3yb3atZ » 01 Sep 2009 07:16

jaust wrote:is there a name for
outside pixie > same muted inside pickup ??

Outside pixie has no name (which is stupid because why name inside fairy?) so the trick would be outside pixie muted ss guay. Really cool trick.
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Post by akalazou » 28 Oct 2009 14:12

eon set (inside fairy is neo... ) me and Matt Cross named that set earlier this summer
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Whirl to rake. Is that a specific trick?

Post by bridbeun » 05 May 2010 15:48

Is a whirl to a rake a specific trick or is it just another way to come out of a whirl?

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Post by mc » 05 May 2010 17:39

"whirling rake"
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Post by bridbeun » 05 May 2010 19:01

Thanks Matt. I'm 42 and miss the obvious sometimes. :l

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Post by mc » 05 May 2010 20:28

hehe, I'm 28 and I do that every day to a painful degree, so no worries...

to be clear, a whirl ending on clipper followed by a rake is two separate moves.

a whirl dex and then a rake with no stall between the dex and the rake is one move, whirling rake.
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Post by bridbeun » 06 May 2010 09:09

Yes! Thanks again Matt for the clarification. Plus I just hit whirling rake yesterday for the first time. I'm still schooling the basics, but my strings are really coming along nicely. Plus no aches or pains in this middle aged body. :) Now if I could only find more folks to kick with.

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Post by Iron Clad Ben » 28 May 2010 08:31

Does this guy get to name these moves? Also, how many adds are these?

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