Innovation Movement once again brings us some amazing work from fresh new talent. Great shots, great tricks!
C3YoYoDesign has expanded their team again with the addition of Ethan “MoMo” Wong Wing Hang from Hong Kong. Ethan’s addition to team comes with the simultaneous announcement of his signature model, the MO-vitation, featuring a special hub area for his trademark finger spin moves. Check out the tutorial below, and congrats to Ethan and C3YoYoDesign!
Hungarian superhero Dávid Molnár fully earns his spot on the C3YoYoDesign team in this fantastic video, shot on a trip to Moscow. Dávid’s style is daring, with lots of small but high-risk moves thrown almost recklessly into combos. His trick density is pretty impressive, but not as much as the fluidity of his style.
It is without question that Bryan Figeuroa is one of the greatest 4A players to ever grace the stage. He has won the US National Yo-Yo Contest six times, the California State Championships three times, and has placed second at the World Yo-Yo Contest in 2012. With such an illustrious 4A career, it’s no surprise that Bryan’s 1A has gotten lost in the shuffle.
Bryan has crafted a truly unique 1A style, and he spent a few minutes with Sector Y at a recent Spindox meet so he could show off some of his 1A moves. Most of these are little moves, and not necessarily full length tricks or long combos. They’re simply cool moves that he wanted to commit to video before he forgot them.
This is the first entry in the Memory Dump series. The series aims to film little moves that would otherwise get swept away in the fast moving world of yoyoing.
The early days of head-cam videos were vomit-inducing….they were so jittery and low-frame rate that it looked like someone yoyoing through strobe lights on a rollercoaster. But with the new generation of GoPro cameras and players learning to isolate head movements while throwing means that now we can get the absolute best possible views of yoyo tricks. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again…it’s a GREAT time to be a yoyo player. 🙂
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.
C3YoYoDesign just dropped another product video, bringing their total up to 8 videos released in 2013. Being amazed by this is starting to feel redundant, so I’m just going to mentally high-five them and advise you to subscribe to their YouTube channel if you’re tired of hearing me flip out over how awesome they are.
I’ve been slacking on giving you folks the weekly roundup from 365yoyotricks.com. And by “slacking” I mean I did one, and then totally forgot about it when I got busy with other projects. Ha ha whoops!
Jake Bullock reminds us that he’s been doing 3D tricks for a ridiculously long time with FLOUNDER3D.
Spencer Berry gives us the gift that keeps on giving…by jamming a repeater in the middle of White Buddha.
You know how sometimes you just want a trick to move really, really fast and have a very low success rate? Yep, I made another one of those.
Darnell Hairston wants to make sure that everyone remembers how awesome frontstyle tricks can be.
Play responsive. There are still more tricks hiding in there.
Pekka pekka pekka pekka, pekka pekka pekka. Pekka, pekka pekka pekka pekka pekka!
…and henceforth, 2013 shall be known as “The Glorious Year of So Many Friggin’ YoYo Videos” and all shall rejoice.
Chuck and Jensen are quickly pushing product promo clip videos into high art. Between this promo for the release of the Fools’ Gold Avalanches, their accidental tribute to Mummenschanz, and the CLYW x Raised By Wolves video, CLYW has set the bar impossibly high and truly cemented the look and feel of their brand. All you small manufacturers take note: if your company doesn’t have a personality, you’re doing it wrong.
All the high fives for Chris, Chuck, and Jensen. ALL OF THEM, do you hear me?!?! ALL OF THEM!!!