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Hock Around - SL300 & Sventastic - SALZIG Sporthocker Show

SALZIGsporthocker

Check out facebook.com/hockaround/ Sven "Sventastic" Westerhold & Stephan "SL300" Landschütz at the Open Stage of the 39th European Juggling Convention in Almere, Netherlands 2016. Music mixed and composited by Lars Moston Check out soundcloud.com/lars-moston Camera by Michael Landschütz Booking: sporthocker.com/booking/

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19-09-2016

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Hock Around - The new Sporthocker Show - SL300 & Sventastic

SALZIGsporthocker

Check out http://facebook.com/hockaround/ Sven "Sventastic" Westerhold & Stephan "SL300" Landschütz. Music mixed and composited by Lars Moston Check out http://soundcloud.com/lars-moston/ Camera by Michael Landschütz/ Booking: http://sporthocker.com/booking/ and https://salzig.berlin/sporthocker/

05:59

1566

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04-12-2017

[3]

Hold On Tight

Tobi

A new video of mine. Just watch and enjoy !!

02:37

5090

3

19-04-2010

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Holy Trinity

Sandy

This is an angel roll with a jesus in the middle, and since a jesus consists of a halo roll and a front side halo roll hence holy trinity (angel, jesus and halo). When the angel roll is coming across your back you need to turn quite fast to get into the jesus. If you get the jesus the exit isn't too hard, just hold out your arm like you would normally for an angel roll.

00:23

1949

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09-03-2011

[0]

Jerome Le Berre 15-19 Free / Visual juggling 1.0

metlili

The seventh of 19 clips free of visual juggling 1.0/n« Visual Juggling Project » is a succession of suggestions on object motions & body languages, hilighting the graphic side of the discipline. This is the result of the gathering & collaboration of a dozen of international jugglers & manipulators, around various props such as balls, clubs, rings, pois, devilstick & frisbee. It has been made from the shared reexions, explorations & experiences of those major stakeholders on the dynamic relationships between « tech » & « flow ». Thus, this 80 Minutes Hi Denition video (a total of 19 chapters) is the one to get to become aware of the potentialities concerning that recent playground./nBuy it and Download. This is a pay for download product. Price: 15 Euros Length : 80 minutes Size: 4.4 GB (includes 19 clips) Format: .mp4 (HD)

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08-05-2013

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JoJ 11-06-2011 - Alex Barron

JoJPodcast

This week Rich Kohut is joined by Alex Barron, current numbers multi-world-record holder. 01:40 - "Perfect Catch" premiers off-broadway in NYC 08:28 - Gon - "3 Ring Paranoia" 16:00 - "Bone's Best Bits" 29:28 - Numbers flashing and techniques/styles/stories about it compared to regular juggling. 60:33 - CIRCULATION - Circus, Arts and Music Festival

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1

07-11-2011

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Juggling in Alaska

christiankloc

The skies are pretty inviting in Alaska. I decided to indulge them. Shot at Denali Park, Portage Pass Trail and Byron Glacier. Music #1: 'Holds Up Her Hand, Blocks Out The Sun' by Smart Went Crazy (Con Art) Music #2: 'Interlude' by Thievery Corporation (Sounds From The Thievery Hi-Fi)

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3

10-11-2010

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Kendama Consistency: Pull-up whirlwind Big Cup - 17

shalafi

My attempt to hold a kendama consistency record: 17 pull-up whirlwind to big cup

01:24

2138

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26-04-2014

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Knee Club Rolls

donvantheman

A funky little club roll to under the knee grab that i really like and messed with a little, oh and some 4 club at the end for fun XD

00:30

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05-01-2010

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Low and Behold

03:11

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15-11-2011

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Monterrey Jam feat. Cinthia Buitrón “La Flaka”

lucasadverse

As a continuation to my “jam” video series, I was able to collab with another prominent Mexican juggler during my study abroad experience in Mexico. This time I have a female juggler for the first time in this series, and I am very honoured that this juggler is La Flaka. La Flaka is known for being the first (or only) juggler in the history to explore the top-of-the-head balance in the midst of tricks. Before her, jugglers had done patterns while holding that club balance, but no one was ever able to actually integrate the top-of-the-head balance with different siteswaps and body rolls. After hanging out with the Unicirclo Laguna crew in Monterrey for a week, I noticed the potential for modern passing tricks with her and I decided to visit them once again in order to record this video. Thank you Tinoco, Flaka and Leonardo Icaza for making this possible and for being extremely kind and welcoming! Full video with better quality and more details on YouTube!

04:00

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09-10-2018

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Overhead Fishtails

Sandy

From forward with the right hand when the staff comes in front of you start the movement off as if you were going to do a 180 fishtail, but instead of taking the staff behind you (on the other side) you do a quick 360 and tuck your hand behind your head then go back into forward fishtails (it feels a bit like you untwisting your body underneth the staff). p.s. you don't really need to hold your chest wheil doing this move

00:19

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09-05-2011

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Peter Bone 11 ball flash with Juggle Dream Mini Uglies

JuggleDream

Here we have Guinness World Record holder Peter Bone demonstrating an 11 ball flash with Juggle Dream Mini Uglies - Pretty amazing stuff.

00:37

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16-03-2017

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Quarter Steve Neck Wrap

Sandy

I like this move because people don't normally expect you to go back up the same arm you came down. As the staff is on your neck let it do an extra spin on your back and lean to your left and back so it comes round in front of you. Then lean to the right so it throat wraps back to your left shoulder and hold your arm out and swing it backwards so the staff rolls back up your arm.

00:39

1757

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10-05-2011

[0]

Ritz Crackers

nextinline42

conceptually, it's the same trick, except I hold the string with different hands. unwrapping stick passes inside of the string instead of outside, etc etc. With the ever classy "throw at the camera" at the end.

00:24

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01-09-2012

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Tennis Ball and Can Slow Mo 1

happysmurfday

My friend got ahold of a high speed camera and shot some footage of me doing my tennis balls.
tennis - ball - and - can - tb&c

01:57

1759

0

11-07-2012

[0]

The 1st public appearance of the Club Holder at Njf 2015

00:27

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20-12-2015

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The Steve

Sandy

Originally invented by Mushy Pea Steve this move was refered to as "that move Steve does" and became known simply as The Steve. Hold your arm out in front of you with the staff a little above your head. Spin the staff towards you so it will roll down your arm and release it just before the staff is pointing straight in front of you. As the staff rolls down your arm straighten your arm a little to allow a smoother roll and raise your arm up. When it gets to your shoulder raise that shoulder and drop the other so it keeps rolling. As it comes onto your second arm raise that arm with the staff to give it the momentum to get back to your hand.

00:34

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17-02-2011

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Trick With Hats - Vanishing Foot

TricksWithHats

This is surprisingly effective when done well, it can really look like your leg has dissapeared! Unfortunately it's very angle sensetive, it only really works when viewed from the front. Incase you can't work it out from the video, here's how you do it. Hold the hat by the brim, with the opening resting against the top of your thigh, move it down until it covers your foot and hides it from view. As you raise the hat again, bend your leg at the knee. Et voila! Your leg has vanished! Lower the hat again, straightening your leg as you do so. Ooh look! Your leg has re-appeared! Top tips: Only raise the hat as far as your knee, and keep your foot hidden behind your thigh. A few minutes practice infront of a mirror and you'll soon get the hang of it. Bonus points: Make both legs dissapear, at the same time...

00:07

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15-03-2015

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Trick With Hats: Two handed tumble

TricksWithHats

Hold the hat with the crown to the outside in an outside grip. Bring it across the body, and cross the arms. Flick the hat over and drop it onto the thumb of the catching hand. Uncross the arms. The hat is now held in an outside grip in the other hand, which suggests that the tumble would be a good next move.

00:04

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15-03-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Arm Roll

TricksWithHats

Arm Roll - Rolling a hat along your arm. Hold the hat in an inside grip, and from behind the head (duck a bit), release with a flick of the wrist. The brim stays in front of the arm, whilst the crown rolls along it. The easy catch is palm-upwards. The hard, snazzy catch, which extends the roll a little bit, is palm downwards; let the brim roll over the thumb, and pinch-catch the brim between thumb & forefinger. Smile. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:06

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Back catch

TricksWithHats

Back catch - Throw the hat, bend over and catch it on your back. Hold the hat crown up in an inside grip. Throw the hat as if you were doing a low throw to head, and at the last minute bend from the waist and duck under it so is lands flat on your back.

00:06

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Back Roll (One handed)

TricksWithHats

Back Roll (One handed) - Rolling the hat across your back from one side to the other. This trick is the one handed version of Back Rolls Hold the had in an Inside grip, with the thumb in a straight line with the forearm. Bend over at the waist, swing the arm across the body, and up under the armpit. Flick the wrist at the last moment to help with the spin. Look out to the side, and GRAB! Haggis' Hot Tip: If you can get the hat to bounce oll on the catching arm as it comes off of your back, this will slow things down a bit. From the TricksWithHats archive

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Back Rolls

TricksWithHats

Back Rolls - Bend forward and roll the hat across the back. Hold the hat with the crown facing backwards in an inside grip. Bend the body forward from the waist and swing the hat across the body tucking the hand into the arm pit.Let the hat roll across the back, aiming for the opposite shoulder. Turn the head to the right and watch the hat as it drops off the shoulder. Catch it in an inside grip with the left hand. If the hat is difficult to catch then you are probably throwing it too hard. Learn this trick with both hands, as it looks nice if you roll the hat back and forth across the back. From the TricksWithHats archive

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Back tumble

TricksWithHats

Back tumble - Tumble the hat down your back and then up again. Put the hat towards the back of your head. If you throw the head back you should be able to hit the brim with the back of the neck and have it roll down the back. As the hat rolls bend forwards from the waist to slow it down. Catch it in a inside grip with both hands. Hold the hat still but move your hands so that they are at the front of the brim. Flick the hat so it rolls up the back. As you feel it on the shoulders put the head back to catch it. Getting the timing right takes a lot of practice...be warned, this trick is difficult. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:04

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04-12-2015

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