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Old 06-22-2012, 03:28 PM
IHearChains IHearChains is offline
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Originally Posted by DiscChainBasket18 View Post
I believe it is easier to throw FH
I agree it is easier to learn a modestly decent FH from scratch, enough to get a little success. That's why it is so common among noobs. But it is still hard to get the FH to the point where you can control FH hyzer flips and FH anhyzers and shape all different lines.



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Originally Posted by DiscChainBasket18 View Post
A good turnover BH is valuable but you need ALL shots.
Similarly, a turnover FH is not exactly the same line as a BH hyzer! So it is definitely worth learning to do both!
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