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If you have been training a lot to make one trick, and it doesn’t works, don’t do it for 2-3 days, and then try again…. it works very well!
Don’t freestyle in the rain, unless your chuck has a nice grip… if you do, the chances of a flying nunchaku are nearly 100%.
Always be safe and look around you for objects, animals and people that you may harm… choose areas were you may spin happy, and not with accidents.
Don’t practice barefoot… if the nunchaku fall on your foot, it will be a lot of pain, and even blood or broken bones! Always be careful were the nunchaku will land, and try to move your feet really fast.
Don’t practice near anything you don’t want broken. You never know when your nunchaku will go flying away, and it is not the wisest thing to test this near your computer, tv, window, etc.
Speed without technique is like trying to reach the moon in a bike. First build a good foundation, with good technique, and then the speed will come along… trying to do it the opposite way will be a lot harder, with unwanted hits, and you will probably end doing it wrong.
If you broke your ball bearing nunchaku, you can always recycle it and make a corded nunchaku. It’s always better to have an extra nunchaku, than not at all.
While you are doing freestyle you will probably make a some mistakes. Do not ignore them, they could be a new trick.
Always keep looking for new nunchaku tricks, and for new exploration grounds. Freestyle nunchaku is a huge world, with lots of undiscovered treasures.
Always check your local law before using and transporting your nunchuck.
If nunchakus are illegal in your country don’t carry nunchaku in public, it’s just asking for trouble.
Always follow your local law, and have fun spinning around.
Always remember that the nunchaku is your friend, and thus it shouldn’t be feared but respected.