The trick starts with a Houdini Mount, which is like a Double Or Nothing but with the use of your thumb when the yoyo comes around. When you land the yoyo, you will pop it up and land it in the middle string. Now you have the Kamikaze mount. This is a good start, now watch the rest of the video to complete the trick.
Published on Oct 31, 2015. This is another video showing a rubiks cube average of 5 solves. This time I am using a Moyu Weilong V2. I used a pair of headphones in my solves to create additional focus. Based on my averages I think the extra focus helped.
This video is the secret to the magic drop yoyo trick.
This video is not a tutorial. This video is for the person that has already seen a tutorial and does not get it. Now most videos say you could land the yoyo on the front or on the back. But most tricks require you to land the yoyo on the back string. Most people may find landing the yoyo on the front string is easier. They may also find landing on both strings is easier. But when they land it on the back, nothing happens!
But when people do it correctly, they do not really care. For those of you that do care, here is a close up of what is really happening when you do it correctly. Watch for the secret the video will reveal.
Published on Aug 22, 2015. This video shows tricks usig the Yoyo Factory Shutter Yoyo Expert Exclusive version. What differs this Shutter Exclusive from a regular Shutter is the engraving in the middle of the yoyo. On the Exclusives they are blank. Here are three examples from my collection in Blue, Green and Gold. BTW the blue one is not a bi-metal. I got creative one day and took a dremmel through the edges. YoyoFactory Shutter on Amazon YoyoFactory Shutter on Amazon YoyoFactory Shutter on Amazon
Published on Jun 24, 2015.Not my best average but still pretty good. This video shows a rubiks cube average of 5 solves using a Fangshi Shaung Ren V2 cube. This is my first video post that shows my solves going sub 20 seconds.
So one day I was scrolling through my comments and I saw that one of them was asking me to show case some of my favorite binds. So in this video, I did just that!!!
If you’re wondering why there are so many kids behind the camera, it’s because I shot this video on the same day as my birthday party. A few of them were willing to help me film. The cameraman was Ben Phillips, the light man was Nathan Kim, and the yoyoers were me and my friend Michael Schmidt(just like the security guard from FNAF). Michael was the one of the people who got me into yoyoing. Thank you Michael for introducing me to this amazing sport!!! The Yoyo I used was the YoyoFacory SHU-TA.
In my Language Arts class during the 7th grade, we received an assignment to do a presentaion about something we are passionate about. We are to research the origin, history and find someone who is our role model sharing the same passion. I chose to do my assignment on Yoyos.
I showed a picture of myself to the class and talked about how I got started. Cudos to my friend Gabe and Michael who inspired me to pick up the hobby. They were the ones that showed me tricks and impressed me with thier yoyo skills.
In the presentation I also explained the origin of the yoyo. Did you know the earliest version of the yoyo went as far back as 1000BC? Find out more about my presentation by watching the video below.
This was the first ever yoyo competition I witnessed, the Bay Area Classic 2015 (BAC 2015). Prior to coming to this event, I did not even know we were coming here. All I knew was we were driving to San Francisco and my parents told me to bring my yoyo and my Gopro. What a nice surprise!
Once at the event, I started to see all the cool people doing tricks. We met JD from YoyoBestBuy.com who so happen to my neighbor. Well we live in a neighboring city. So it is close enough for me 🙂
To top off the whole experience, I got to meet Brandon Vu in person. That was such a great time and Brandon is a very cool and approachable person.
You will see a lot of yoyos and combo tricks in this video from various players. I personally used the Rec Rev Octave: