You might call it Hackey-Sack, but you’d be wrong. Here’s a little Pittsburgh skill for ya.
A snippet from World Juggling Champion Kyle Driggs’ routine in the championships.
There’s always more fun to be had with your food.
International yo-yo superstar Takeshi Kamisato came up with this trick, and famed yo-yo player John-Bot added the sound effects. It is still one of Mark’s favorites. It’s the most fun when you really get into making the noise of charging your ray gun before you fire it.
Mark Hayward learned this trick from a Canadian yo-yo player in 1992 at the International Jugglers Association annual convention in Montreal. He doesn’t know who that guy was, but since then Mark has taught this trick to yo-yoers around the world.
We just learned that smoke doesn’t always rise.
Ken Block is amazing.
There are a lot of great yo-yo tricks, but few have this much style.
This might be the definition of dexterity. Another original top trick from Mark Hayward.
Pro tips: it’s easiest to do this trick if your nails are a little long, and you really need a bearing tip top too.