_ matrix staff tutorial

staff tutorial for the ija video contest.
watch also on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKYlgbSLRTA
Brazil - 2016 Brazil
  2016-11-21 03:58 364

4_ they said...

TLMB _ 10 months
“Thanks luabduch, that's perfect!”
luabduch _ 10 months
“YT link will be available at november 29th, is it ok?
is it possible to attach the subtitules here at juggling TV?
here's the transcript:
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This video is part of IJA's tutorial contest 2016
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remember to give a thumbs up and let's go!
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Good morning guys!
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today we'll learn the movement of the Matrix
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this movement is somewhat similar to the Steve,
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to achieve this movement
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It'll be very important to work with the centrifugal force and the horizontal plane
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we work in 3 parts that'll connect later
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in the first part we'll work with the body parallel to the ground,
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with the arm perpendicular, pointing the sky
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then the staff will pass moving behind your back and turn around the arm
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to arrive at the lock between the shoulder and neck
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to work this movement parallel to the ground we're going to do two exercises
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the first will be to flex the opposite leg to the arm that's stretching
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It's super important to have a good balance in the legs
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so you don't force too much and don't lose balance
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the second exercise will be stretching your legs a lot along the day
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in order to achieve this movement without bending the legs
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and have much more control and balance
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in the second part the staff will move from the ribs to the shoulder
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the body will get back straight, slightly inclined so it doesn't change the staff's trajectory
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for this movement we'll work an exercise that's passing from one shoulder to the other
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using a bit in the legs and body balancing
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until gtting a very straight and horizontal line
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It's very important to have this movement safe
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mostly in the legs to keep balance
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because this move will help connect with the third part we'll see later
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the third part is equal to the first
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the body will follow the staff
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and stay parallel to the ground with the arm stretched perpendicular pointing to the sky
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and leaving the staff rotate the arm and get again between the ribs and the shoulder
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- "Shoulder and neck"
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between the shoulder and neck
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the main difficulties of this movement comes from getting the timing
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and how to put the staff and the arm and move the body in good time to connect all
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something that can be tricky is getting a good position
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without this notion if you are straight or not
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for this you can look in a mirror
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or use your shadow
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and remember to work the opposite side
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there are many possible variations
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you can add rotations in the arms or chest
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or add connections to other movements like Steve or other
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I'd like to see the variations you come up, so show me what you can do with that
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thank you for watching
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don't forget to give a thumbs up
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and if you want to see other tutorials or other videos look here
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cool
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I'm Lucas de Lima Devillers
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thank you as always and until next time!”
TLMB _ 10 months
“Thanks for entering. I'll provide feedback for all entries when I announce my decision.”
TLMB _ 10 months
“Do you have subtitles, luabduch? (The YT link is private.)”

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