Fan: Infinite Combo (5.28.10) by GlitterGirl


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For years I’ve been working with combos in the context of poi and hoop but only now started with fan combinations. My own theory is that as one learns the moves linked together in a specific combination, like a weave fountain for example, the combination starts getting treated like a move itself. This allows for more expression with the combination, more time to consider the next best series of moves and easier flow overall, particularly as one is learning and before the moves themselves have become embedded in the artists memory.

This is my first combination using a half dozen moves. I call it an infinite combo because you can start on any of the moves in the combination and continuously cycle through them. In fact, when I created the combination, the move that is number 2 in this sequence was the opening move.

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