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.
This bind is an awesome bind and it’s one of my favorites. It belongs to Alex Berenguel. This video is in response to a request from Yoyoman52. I used a Rec Rev Octave yoyo in this video.
Here are the 3 easy steps to perform the Bind:
Step#1: Go into an under mount, then double it.
Step#2: Throw the slack from your yoyo hand around the yoyo. You are back to a normal under mount.
Step#3: Throw the yoyo inside your arm and bind.
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 is my first tutorial video, the Cold Fusion Yoyo Trick tutorial. To make is easier to learn, the steps are broken down by moves. In the video I used a yoyo by Magic Yoyo named N6.
To execute the trick follow the steps below:
Step#1: Go into a “Double or Nothing” and put both your thumbs inside the inner string so the yoyo will thread through the strings easier.
Step#2: Thread the yoyo into the first outside string above it.
Step#3: Thread the yoyo into the next outside string again, but this time pull you non-yoyo hand index finger out of the string, This will lead you to a 1 1/2 mount.
Step#4: Throw the yoyo over to your non yoyo hand, bring it back, then do another rotation to your right.
Final Step: Do two rotations to your left, land in a “Trapeze,” and end the trick with your favorite bind.
Watch the video for the complete trick and yoyo movements.
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:
So check out the video and see who else you can spot.
1.1Million views and counting… This is the first video I uploaded. Published on Jan 21, 2015. The video contains Yoyo tricks performed around Brentwood, CA on January 19,2015 using a YoYo Factory DV888.
In the video I used my original DV888 in red. I ended up trading it with a friend for another yoyo later on. However I could not resist getting another in my collection. Here is the latest version of my Yoyo Factory DV888. YoyoFactory DV888 on Amazon
The video contains a 3×3 solve of a Dayan Guhong. Back then, my hope was to get 1000 views on this video, which I eventually got. Enjoy this blast from the past 🙂