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Old Aug 31, 2011, 10:50 AM
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That's the thing about the boomerang spin. On the big Q, the same problem did happen. People would go into a spin and think they nailed it. (After all, it's decently fast). But once you go into boomerang spin, it's very fast, and also, very floaty (goes down much slower). Then, you always go WOW. Upright is truly an interesting move to learn! It's quite funny that when you miss it, you quite often end up doing an inverted spin... Go figure. A few time, I started the upright boomerang so high, I though I had it, until it was down enough and I could finally see that it was really inverted! SHOOT

One last thing: In the inverted boomerang, you can easily switch speed (normal spin to boomerang spin) many times during one descent. It's another somewhat interesting thing to do too.
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