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My Yo-Yo Challenge, Day 19

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I've now been playing with the TRVTH from ILYY for 19 days. At first, this seemed to be an impossible task. While it is a nice, unresponsive throw, that narrow gap is hard to get used to. At first my throw was all over the place, and I couldn't land anything but a Trapeze (and even the Trapeze would cause issue). I felt like I did when I was 10 or 11 trying to land basic tricks. 98% of Double or Nothings were not landing, much less anything more advanced. As of day 19 I am happy to say that I am doing much better. Not perfect, but I'm able to land things more often, and have a lot more stability with the TRVTH. When I land a trick, I feel confident that it's because I pulled it off right, and not that I got lucky due to some obscene gap making me hit a trick.

I feel that my experiment is being a decent success. The biggest problem I'm facing is frustration. When I'm just landing nothing, and I'm feeling like I'm not having fun, I just need to stop. It doesn't serve me well to try to trudge through, not like learning a new trick. Fortunately, that's also given me some time to work more with spin tops.

While there's a week and a half left, I would recommend doing this to anyone who feels that their play has grown sloppy, and that they need to level set themselves.

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