Great question although we didn’t cover this in the most recent Q&A. Some things that might affect your spin include having a lot of fabric on the ground and the distance between you and the ground. The closer you are and the more fabric that can ball up underneath you, the more quickly the spin will slow down. If you collect the tail before spinning, that will help, and you will only have so long before it slows down if you are low. If you have a bit of space between you and the ground, make sure you are making full circles, or at least a solid oval, with your arm like you are drawing big shape on the floor. Start slow and pick up speed, follow the momentum you create. Sometimes if we just make fast movements with our arms, it takes a lot of effort to get going. Happy training!