Danny Amir, better known to all as “Dano The Mano” (check out his excellent Golden Mic podcast here), shot and chopped this 7+ minute love letter to the 2015 Florida State YoYo Contest. It’s a great place to see Brandon Jackson playing 2A, a giraffe, and Daniel Dietz’s face really just way, way too close. Enjoy!
It’s hard to believe they got this much goodness into just two and a half minutes of video. More incredible yoyo play from Ryosuke Kawamura (One Drop), Chris Makita (Duncan), Daigo Komiya (Werrd), and Kazuma Miyakawa.
Misaki Yokogawa tears it up with the YoYoJam Fiesta in this new video from Ghengis Khan Drops. Seriously, those “stall snags” are just amazing to watch. I’m not much of an offstring player, but I can tell how flippin’ hard that is….amazing!
Yoyo used is the YoYoJam Fiesta.
Once again, Dave Mateo proves that he’s quite possibly the most awesome kendama player who has ever lived.
Fist Salud is on a roll! Here’s another video they shot and cut, featuring some boss-level tricks from Yamato Murata.
Yoyo used is the sOMEThING Anglam.
Ilya Shaposnikov released a new video to promote his sponsor YoYofficer. It’s a quickie, but there are a few really nice tricks in there!
Yoyo used is the YoYofficer Brave.
Fist Salud knows what the deal is! This new trick compilation video features new work from John Ando, Yuuki Spencer, Shu Takada, Drew Tetz, Ayumu Harada, Dee, Igor Galiev, Koichiro Ueta, Hibari, Yoshinori Kawamura, Hajime Miura, Atsushi Yamada, Hank Freeman, Eiji Okuyama, Alex Garcia, Daiki Tanaka, and Petr Kavka. A truly all-star lineup!
Music is NSFW.
If Paul Kerbel isn’t on your short list of the best yoyo players in the world, then I feel sad for you.
Yoyo used is the Horizon by YoYoFactory.
Fist Salud, the worldwide yoyo team, has a new video featuring a few players you might recognize. Check out some top-level play from World YoYo Champions John Ando, Shu Takada, and Yuuki Spencer as they tool around Tokyo on an ordinary day.
Check out some solid technical yoyo play from the Mighty Midwest, courtesy of Drew Mrowiec-Barnhart.
Yoyo used is the One Drop Code 2.
Nice job, Garey! This TEDx talk is a little light on the yoyo tricks, but Garey gives a great message that’s worth checking out.
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences.
The Power Of A YoYo – Student Garey Gan gives powerful and engaging perspective of the simplicity of what makes us happy and our ability to be true to ourselves even in face of cynicism and adversity.
Garey Gan is a grade 12 from Brentwood College School, originally from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He is a very friendly person who is always happy to meet new people and make new friends. Ever since Garey was young, his teachers would always comment on his genuine nature to seek understanding and reflect “why”. With this, he combines his love for public speaking to propose ideas he believes are worth sharing. To see others grow from something he has done is a reward that truly brings him happiness.
One Drop’s Tsukasa Takatsu brings another tutorial, this one for a trick that looks simple but trust us…it’s not easy.
Yoyo used is the One Drop Y-Factor.
2014 World YoYo Champion Gentry Stein shows off his new plastic signature yoyo, the Regen in this gorgeous quickie video from the folks at YoYoFactory. Seriously, it’s thirty seconds. THIRTY SECONDS. And still good enough for me to post. Amazing.
Yoyo used is the Regen by YoYoFactory.