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Learn how to do the Freehand (5A) yoyo trick, the Reverse 360.

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Reverse 360 Kendama Trick
This trick is called the Reverse 360. Here’s what it looks like.

This trick is very similar to the 360 which we showed you in a previous video, except instead of doing a Trapeze, you want to do an under-mount, which looks like this. In my under mount I do use two fingers. You can use one, it doesn’t really matter. I have found that it makes it more stable, and allows you to learn more complicated variations later.

From that point, what you want to do it is swing the yoyo and the counterweight to the outside of your hands, releasing the counterweight and catching it with your hand facing down. From this point you can just bind and bring it back to your hand.

One thing to make this trick a little bit more awesome, is that after doing the trick, throw a reverse flip over your hands, uncross your arms and bind it to bring it back to your hand. Here’s what that looks like all together.

That was the Reverse 360.

Tricks You Need To Know To Learn This Kendama Trick:

Man on the Flying Trapeze

➞ Go to the Man on the Flying Trapeze kendama trick page

Side-Mount Flips

➞ Go to the Side-Mount Flips kendama trick page