How to use Spin Sticks
This series of tutorials is presented by Laura Bosken. She uses a traditional Devil Stick for most of the tutorials - but all this is the same for the Spin Sticks that I make and use. Devil Sticks are a lot faster to use and are for more advanced users.
This tutorial by Laura Bosken covers the tic-toc, ways to start (starting from the ground, the standing start etc.), the toss, foot kicks and basic devil stick information.
This is the second part of Laura Bosken's devil stick tutorial. It covers the helicopter, the one-handed helicopter, the one-handed tic-toc, the spin (aka the propeller) and hand-stick flips. Note: Laura has a tendency to accidently call the hand-sticks devil sticks though you can usually tell what she means because she is pointing or using a hand-stick.
This is the third part Laura Boske devil stick tutorial. I cover hand-stick flips with the helicopter, behind your back, under the leg, bicycle and hand-stick flips with the bicycle.
This is the fourth tutorial by Laura Bosken. Getting to some more complicated maneuvers. It covers four different ways to incorporate the hand-stick toss into a devil stick routine. They are - the toss with a hand-stick toss, the spin with a hand-stick toss, the helicopter with a hand-stick toss and the tic-toc with a hand-stick toss.
This tutorial by Laura Bosken covers different ways to do devil sticks under your legs.
This is the sixth tutorial by Laura Bosken. It cover several ways to do devil stick behind your back. The tricks are in order of difficulty starting with the easiest.