In yo-yo competitions, looping both to the inside and outside of the hand with the yo-yo plays a strong role in the 2A division. The different mounts in this style are referred to as houses e. With this technique, the yo-yo just goes back-and-forth; it returns easily, but it is impossible to make it sleep. The sleeper is one of the most common yo-yo throws and is the basis for nearly all yo-yo throws other than looping. Inexpensive fixed-axle yo-yos usually spin between 10—20 seconds, while the expensive ball bearing yo-yos can spin about 1—4 minutes depending on the throw. When one decides to end the "sleeping" state, one merely jerks the wrist and the yo-yo "catches" the string and rolls back up to the hand.
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