UUU stands for the Unbelievably Ugly Uniform.I've been wearing it to work for years, but its only when i filmed this that i realised just how vile it really is!Its like a navy-blue pumpkin with legs!!Fortunately, the eetsit in my pocket is the yin to its horrible, horrible yang! The first little combo is for the sheer "letting go" joy of 5A (counterweight) yo-yoing!!! I have no idea what the second one is called (please enlighten me if you know...), but it looks really good in its catapult kind of way... And that is the one i will talk you through...Jump to the last step for a slow-mo video of it. It really helps!
Step 1: "Lasso Loops" (because i don't know if this trick already has a name)
This is a pretty easy slack trick to learn (harder to master)
Start out with a double or nothing, then block the string with your middle finger and bounce the yo-yo back over it, and back onto the string.
Let it all hang off your non-throwhand finger.
Step 2: The mount
As it swings back, grab the bottom string with your throwhand pointer.
Step 3: The end of the mount
Pull the string out from under the yo-yo so that it can swing back over your non-throwhand
Step 4: Now we are ready to begin...
land in a sort of double or nothing.
Step 5: The Lasso bit
For this bit, you need to throw the string down with enough force for it to swing round and back over your non-throwhand.
Over-emphasizing the throwing movement does help.
Make sure to send it straight so that the string lands in the yo-yo gap.
Step 6: Loop round the yo-yo
The front bit of the string should land directly in the gap
The rest of the string loop will keep going round.
As soon as you get to this point, release the pinched string above the yo-yo, so that it lowers into this new loop of string.
Step 7: And back again...
Once the loop is safely back around the yo-yo, swing it back over your non-throwhand and hey presto, you are back to the first step again!
Repeat ad nauseum...