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Learn how to do the 3A Yoyo Trick the Assisted Front-Mount.

Assisted Front-Mount Yoyo Trick
This trick is called the Assisted Front-Mount. It looks like this.

The Assisted Front-Mount is really the same as your normal Front-Mount except that instead of mounting the yoyo around your finger, you are going to mount it over your non-dominant-hand yoyo. Before you can do that, you have to learn a standard 3A element called a hand-wrap, which is usually done with your non-dominant-hand.

To do a hand wrap you are just going to wrap the string around your hand by turning your hand in a circular motion like this. You do this until the string is at a length that you like, and you pinch the string at the top. Then you can use the yoyo just like you would a finger and do all sorts of tricks just like you would.

Once you’ve got that down and you feel pretty comfortable, you can start trying the front-mount. The same principals apply to the Assisted Front-Mount, as to the normal Front-Mount. It is easier to learn the trick by swinging the yoyo outward and lifting up with your dominant hand, that way you have a little extra momentum.

When you put it all together, it looks like this. Do a hand wrap. Pinch the string. Do a sleeper, swing. Mount the yoyo. To do the dismount swing the yoyo out, pulling your non-dominant-hand down. Drop both yoyos and bring them back to your hand.

That’s the Assisted Front-Mount.

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