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[Video] Back Stall Tutorial

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Name: Back Stall Tutorial

Category: Intermediate/Advanced Freehand Tutorials

Date Added: 07 May 2011 - 04:47 PM

Submitter: Ph0toN

Short Description: None Provided Stalling is the act of gradually letting a glowstick stop without using anything else besides the body part in doing so. Stalling is the act of stopping the motion of the glowstick without catching it. In a true stall (not a catch), the glowstick must lay on the side of a body part without another body part (or the same one) holding it in place. Visualize catching a glowstick on the back of your hand (hand stall) without using another hand to hold it in place. In a skillfully executed stall, the glowstick will not bounce off or jarr from it's path. It will look as if it slowed down rather gradually or quickly, but always smoothly. Numerous types of stalls exist: back stalls, foot stalls, hand stalls, arm stalls, shoulder stalls, stomach stalls, and many more. Different variations and flairs exist, from stalling without looking to multiple stalls from one body part to another.


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