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Old August 2nd, 2018, 11:23 PM   #11
kcire10
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I'm the same guy and yes I do the move on my toes. The way I learned is when I start to spin I would automatically drop, not full speed dropping down but in a consistent, paced motion.

Start off spinning a bit slower than normal at first (not too slow) or you'll end up on your butt everytime.

You also have to learn balance and control to hold out your low spin by tightening your knees a bit and maintaining your toe stance. Once you get it, practice spinning on your toes a bit and then dropping because it is a different feel as well. You can also try to begin your toe spin in a lower than normal position (bending your knees more) and then dropping down. That may make the move a little easier to catch.

It is definitely tougher to do than an upright toe-toe spin but once you get it, you're good.
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