How To: Perform the "static flow" yo-yo trick

Perform the "static flow" yo-yo trick

If you're confused in life and completely bored, then it's probably about time you picked up a yo-yo. A yo-yo is a toy that consists of a pair of jointed discs with a large, deep groove between them, where a string is attached and wound, that can be spun alternately downward and upward by its weight and momentum as the string unwinds and rewinds.

Yo-yos are for everyone - kids, teenagers, adults... retirees, but not everyone can master the skills of performing yoyo tricks. For some it's just a hobby, but for others, like Jayyo (Josh Yee) here, it's a matter of existence. Watch Jayyo's video tutorial on how to perform the "static flow" yo-yo trick. This is a neat trick that you can do in many freestyles. If you know what you're doing, there's nothing to the static flow yo-yo trick.

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