Innovation Movement brings us a great video from Maxim Gruzintsev…lots of great trick geometry in this one, and it’s great to see him making some classic moves look good again. I actually cheered for the quick pinwheel at 1:43! Really nice work, as we’ve come to expect from Innovation Movement.
Kieran Cooper really comes into his own with this new video release from Innovation Movement. No giant leaps here, but some really nice progressions of concepts we’ve been seeing a lot of lately. Kieran has great style and trick construction, and it’s nice to see him getting his due.
Innovation Movement caught up with Tyler Severance and Joe Wilson during the YoYoFactory Rocky Mountain Tour and filmed this short video that shows why Tyler is a World Champion and Joe is making a name for himself. Dig Joe’s slack move at 0:28….so good! Filmed by Zach Gormley.
Giving us some more of that gloriously bendy style that we’ve come to expect and love from Isaac, this video is a solid endorsement of the Strix, due out this summer from Duncan Toys.
Innovation Movement does it again with this stellar new video from Coleman Weimer. I feel like the slow motion kills the flow of the tricks, but at the same time it is really nice to be able to clearly see everything that’s happening.
But regardless of your opinion on film-speed, Coleman has some great tricks in this video. Great work!
Another gem from Innovation Movement, and some incredibly smooth and thoughtful yoyo play from Vladimir Glazkov.
Seriously, what the hell is going on in Russia? It seems like every week there are a couple of dozen videos from amazing players…I know it’s a huge country but at some point you’d think they would slow down a little, right?
NOPE. KEEP IT COMING!
Nikita has a really lazy, deliberate style that is great to watch. The only tell-tale sign that he hasn’t been playing very long is the way he throws his trapeze…you can still see some extraneous movement in there that is usually the giveaway of a new player. But honestly, that makes this video even better because for a newer player to have such thoughtful trick construction and deliberate pacing in their play is a sign of great things to come, and Nikita makes some promises in this video that we’re looking forward to seeing him keep.
Great work from Nikita Bakaev and Innovation Movement…keep it coming!
The most amazing thing to me about Innovation Movement is not that two of the best players in the world have an eye for talent…it’s that they’re able to find talent that is so incredibly young with trick construction and execution that rivals far more experienced players and even World Champions. Ayumu takes familiar elements and pushes them to their next logical conclusion…while managing to leave us all in shock that we didn’t think of these conclusions ourselves. Another solid find from Innovation Movement.
Innovation Movement once again brings us some amazing work from fresh new talent. Great shots, great tricks!
Innovation Movement brings us another gem from the front lines of yoyoing. Great tricks and really smooth delivery from Kevin Zou…and a NSFW ending. No idea who Kevin Zou is, but we like his style and sense of humor.
Innovation Movement co-founder Isaac Sams just dropped this new video, filmed yesterday after a Cleveland YoYo Club meeting by Duncan Toys‘ Brandon Jackson. Any chance we could cram any more links to awesomeness in one sentence? Not likely.
As one of the young leaders of trick innovation in modern yoyoing, Isaac Sams is constantly pushing the boundaries of play. But not just forwards…the real strength of what Isaac and his Innovation Movement co-founder Zach Gormley are doing is the reaching back for elements and ideas that just aren’t finished developing yet and bringing them up to speed with new equipment, ideas, and concepts.
YoYoNews is incredibly excited to be working with Innovation Movement, and you can expect to see some amazing collaborations coming soon.
Innovation Movement pulls more talent from Russia…amazing. Heads up though, the music is NSFW.