(All Yo-Yo Posts)


Basics: If you are so new that you need to learn about the correct way to put a yo-yo on your hand (there is a correct way) then check out the yo-yo basics section.

Easy: If you already know how to hold and throw a yo-yo, and how to adjust the string for a more comfortable throwing experience, but you haven’t learned some of the foundational tricks of the hobby yet, like walk the dog, rock the baby, etc, then consider working through the Easy Yo-Yo Tricks.

Moderate: The training wheels come off and the more advanced techniques come out in the moderate section. Tricks here build on the concepts you’ll have already learned from the basics and easy sections.

Hard: The hard section is comprised of tricks that will push you to the brink of your abilities and hopefully stretch your element toolkit to the point where you can begin crafting some truly polished tricks of your own.

Product Reviews:

I have come to enjoy checking out new yo-yo’s and recording that process, I do my best to explain everything I can about the yo-yo (or yo-yo product) in question and then put it through it’s paces and explain what it feels like to play it. I am going to be organizing reviews by the companies that made each product.