Learn 3 Whip to Kamikaze Mount Yoyo Tricks

Learn 3 Whip to Kamikaze Mount Yoyo Tricks

In this video I am going to teach you 3 more
variations on how to get into the Kamikaze Mount. In each of these I am going to teach
you how to whip into the mount. That is the first one that I showed you, you just whip
into the mount when the yoyo is on the Trapeze. The second one you whip into it as it is landing
onto the Trapeze, just like that. The third one, you just go right from a straight throw
whipping into the Kamikaze Mount. The nice thing about these is that they all build on
each other, so if you learn them in order that is actually going to help you master
the most difficult one, which is the third one. When you start with the first one all you
are going to do, like I said, is you are going to land the yoyo onto the Trapeze and you
are going to pinch the string right here with your opposite hand, and that will give you
all this slack. Then kind of like in Magic Drop, you are going to roll your thumb and
your first finger into the string over here – you don’t actually need your thumb, but
it might help you open the string up even more when you actually go for your whip. Once
you get your hands into position then what you are going to do with this hand – your
yoyo hand – is you are going to actually turn it over, and you can see that actually kind
of gets a little bit of the whip going, and at the same time you are going to create basically
a half-circle with your hand as it moves towards the yoyo, just like that. You can see I get
a lot more action out of the string when I do that. When you are looking at the yoyo from the
side and you are whipping the string. What you are going to do is you are going to whip
this string on the outside into the back-half of the yoyo. As you are practicing this trick,
you are going to be doing it wrong a lot. So if you ever end up in a mount that is not
exactly the Kamikaze Mount that usually means that you whipped the wrong side of the string
into the mount, or maybe you whipped the yoyo on the front-half instead of the back-half.
You will actually end up getting pretty familiar with the types of mistakes that you will make.
Eventually you will get it down and you will be able to hit the mount the right way most
of the time. Once you have pretty well mastered this first
variation where you whip into it while it is on the Trapeze, the next thing that you
want to try is whipping into it while the yoyo is on the Trapeze. One thing that you
may have noticed me doing is I tend to do Pinwheels before I attempt this mount and
that allows me to slow the yoyo down just a little bit to give me a little bit more
time to attempt it and hit the yoyo just like that. When I was first working on this one, and
I know this was true of other players as well, when you are working on this one – and even
on the first one – when you do the whip your hand often gets really close to the yoyo which
helps you be a little bit more consistent. With this one when the yoyo is coming towards
you a lot of times you are going to really crack your hand into the yoyo. It is not a
bad idea to work on it with a plastic yoyo. That will help make the pain not be quite
as bad. With this one it is really just the exact
same mount. It is going to take a little time to get used to holding the tension on the
string while the yoyo is coming towards you. You want to land the yoyo on the string at
the same time that you hit it with the whip. Just like that. That can take some getting
used to as you practice it. A lot of times you are going to miss the whip, a lot of times
you are going to miss the Trapeze. That can take a really long time. Don’t worry about
it, it is all just part of mastering this part of the trick. When you get to the third part of this where
you are actually going to whip right from a basic throw, all you are really doing is
you are going to whip the string around the yoyo twice, and you are going to build the
previous 2 whips as you whip the string around. The first time you whip it, all you are going
to do is get your opposite hand into the string just like this. Once that string is in there
you are going to come around with the second whip and whip the string into the yoyo. So
you can see one whip, and then the second whip is a little bit smaller. That really
hits the yoyo right there at the end. Just like the second variation that we showed you,
the whip goes around it at almost the same time the yoyo is landing on the string. That one, again, can take a whole lot of practice.
One thing that will happen as you are working on it, is the string might often fall off
your first finger. What I recommend doing is don’t put your thumb in it when you are
doing this particular one, just put your first in and actually just hook with that finger
the whole time that you are doing the whip. If you do that the way that it will end up
working out is you will whip the string around it 2 times, and if you are hooking it that
string won’t fall out, and as you go in for the second time, right when you hit the
yoyo with the string that’s when you point your first finger forward. If you do it with
that timing you will be able to control the string and get it right into the yoyo. As you can see these are pretty nice tricks,
and if you just keep working on them you can build up more consistency with each one until
you can master the last one. Those are Whips into the Kamikaze Mount.

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100 Replies to “Learn 3 Whip to Kamikaze Mount Yoyo Tricks”

  1. when I was just on your store and I looked up the sage yoyo red it said that the red one isout of stock. so I tried a different color it let me put it in the cart. so then why is that

  2. Hey!! =) I was planning to buy a Sage yoyo (starter pack) and I would like to ask how long will it take to ship and was the yoyo you used in this video responsive or unresponsive

  3. +yotricks Can I do the third whip from the front mount to the mach 5 mount because you said in the kamikaze mount video that the kamikaze mount is a mach 5 mount but on a sidemount?

  4. How does your sage spin so long? Mine spins for about 1 min 30 seconds, it's not lubed that well but it's the responsive version

  5. I've been practicing JUST this trick for one month and I can't really get the last stage down. When I start the laceration, the yoyo always usually goes flying towards my right or the yoyo hits the ground. If none of those happens then I can't get my hand into the trapeze even. I'm very use to the laceration where the slack goes toward your non throw hand not your throw hand.

  6. why you wear the same thing Yotricks do you just buy the same thing or wear the same thing over and over and over!?!?!?!

  7. What am I doing wrong? When I try the simplest form of this trick, after I try to do the whip the string just wraps around the yo-yo

  8. Got the first one first try. It was super easy so I went right to the next method. I totally punched my yoyo, first try. There was some blood lol. Yeah I see what you mean by busting knuckles now.

  9. Pls can you show us Pete's binds that he does- as I have been looking but the videos do not teach very well yet you do-

    And also show some combo tricks particularly the brain scrambler speed combo

  10. took me a few tries but i just nailed the 1. version 🙂

    it feels like hitting the yoyo on the right side is not that hard, the important thing is to whip it right. i needed lots of string, it almost wasn't a trapeze anymore^^

  11. What are the drawbacks of just learn these whips rather than the 1st video? This one is pretty easier for me.

  12. Yotricks… I NEED SOME ADVICE FOR THIS TRICK !!!! ITS IMPOSSIBLE !!!! every time i try to whip, the string NEVER whips into the gap of the yoyo. All it does is wrap around once on the bearing

  13. First variation less than 10 minutes. Second variation like half an hour to get it consistently. Third variation, it's been a couple of days and I'm not even close. Any other slack tricks I should learn before attempting this?

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