Alternating Inside-Outside Loops Two-Handed Kendama Trick
Learn to alternate inside-outside loops two-handed.
Alternating Inside-Outside Loops Two-Handed Kendama TrickThis trick is Inside-Outside Loops Two-Handed. The trick pretty much describes itself. You are just going to be doing your inside and outside loops with each hand at the same time. That’s pretty much the trick. There are a few variations that will make the trick more interesting. Just like any two-handed trick you want to make sure that you have mastered the trick with both hands, and that should make learning the variations much easier.
Once you’ve got the trick mastered in each hand you can put them together. I have already showed you one variation. Alternate your loops, and then you can alternate your inside-outside loops just like this.
Another thing that is interesting, is you can do your loops at the same time and then when you do your outside loops it creates just a little bit of a different effect.
You can even do loops at the same time, but alternate your inside-outside loops. It kind of gives a back and forth motion. That looks like this. You can change those up with the other ones. Once you’ve really got the trick down you can move between them.
That is your Inside-Outside Loops Two-Handed.