90s Strength (E)
What is Eduard technique I watched couple of videos with prefix (E) but I still don't get it, I have trouble with switching ball from one hand to other, what is the best way to do it?
Theres probably people that can explain this better than I can, but I'll give it a shot.
Edouard technique (also dubbed "burst technique") is simply loosing you grip almost completely on the powerball, so that the rotor will spin on its 'x' axis only and not its 'y' axis. Or in other words it stops moving in your hand if you do it right. So during 90 second endurance, instead of keeping the ball spinning at a constant speed (called a "gripper"), you give it a burst of speed higher than the intended average, loose your grip for a few seconds, then give it a speed burst again. Some use this just to aid in switching the ball between hands, but most of the better Ed. Techers do that continually throughout the entire 90 seconds as you probably know. The purpose of the latter is simply to conserve energy, allowing for a higher overall score!
Hope this helps.
is simply loosing you grip almost completely on the powerball
I don't really understand, what does it mean?
I could stop the second rotation way, but only on low speeds. Should I remove or add some ball details?
Basically legent, if you spin the Powerball up to top speed, and then let it rest gently in your grip, the second axis of rotation will cease to happen and the rotor will just spin about it's axle.
However, for some people, (or some Powerballs), this doesn't always happen, and the second direction of rotation still tries to take effect. The Powerball can vibrate badly and make a horrible noise. This is why it's not actually recommended to use this technique.
But if you CAN get it spinning about the axle only, it will continue to spin fast, slowing down very slowly. This means that people can whip the Powerball up to speed, then relax for several seconds and not lose too many revs.
i might be misinterpreting your first reply adrenalin but you say that:
"I agree that it allows for a higher overall score, (which is why my and Jarkko's scores are so good!) "
on the scoreboard your 90 sec run does not have an (E) so i don't know whether you have forgot it or i just don't understand your reply.