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Tricks With Hats: Throw to Foot

TricksWithHats

Throw to Foot - Throw the hat to your foot as if it was a hatstand. Hold the hat crown up above the shoulder with an inside grip. Lift the leg and keep it straight, flexing the foot as much as you can. With a flick of the wrist throw the hat straight to the foot with a single spin. This trick looks best if the throw is as straight as possible. Foot to Head is a nice return trick from here.

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15-03-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Throw to Head

TricksWithHats

Hold your hat crown up in an inside grip with the fingers spread as wide as you can. Throw the hat gently towards your head with a bit of spin. Look up towards the hat as it spins and move your body (and feet if necessary) so that your head is beneath it. As the hat lands, nod your head forward so that you are looking straight ahead.

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15-03-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Thumb Spins

TricksWithHats

Thumb Spins - Spin the hat around your thumb Hold the hat in an inside grip and spin it so the top of the brim stays in contact with the thumb. After a single spin catch it again in an inside grip. Once you've mastered singles try longer spins. This trick is very versatile and can be used to add lots of flourishes. Try adding one in anywhere that you use an inside grip, or just throw one in with your hand outstretched or up above your head. From the TricksWithHats archive

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15-03-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Tumble

TricksWithHats

Tumble - Tumble the hat over the back of the hand Hold the hat crown up in a outside grip. Swing the hat inwards and let go so it can roll up past the thumb onto the back of the wrist. While the hat is above the hand keep the wrist bent so the fingers are pointing outwards and lift the fingers as high as you can. The fingers will touch the inside of the crown and allow you to catch the hat in a inside grip. To repeat the trick throw a half spin and catch the hat back in a outside grip or do a Reverse Tumble.

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Twiddled Big Circles

TricksWithHats

Twiddled Big Circles - A trickier but nicer version of Big Circles Big Circles is a big, visual trick, but the grip change can be slightly ungainly. The twiddle that this trick adds gives a similar effect but has a smoother, if slightly more difficult, change. Mike and LP disagree on the best way to do this - LP's way, shown in the video clip above, is to do a finger twiddle, as described in the Forward Twiddle when the hat is at the top of the circle. Mike uses a Thumb Spin to adjust the grip. Try both and decide which feels more comfortable to you, there's little point getting both smooth as they look identical to anyone except a hat manipulation geek, and there aren't many of them in the world! From the TricksWithHats archive

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15-03-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Upward twiddle

TricksWithHats

Upward twiddle - Twiddle the hat directly above the head Use a palm-up fork grip on both sides the hat, and lift it off the head and straight up. Remove the ring fingers from the brim and twist the hat between the fore and middle fingers. Stop the spin by gripping the brim between the fore fingers and thumb. You can either place it straight back on the head, or reverse the twiddle on the way back down. From the TricksWithHats Archive

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Walking Turns

TricksWithHats

While walking forward grip the front of the brim (using any grip you like) with the right hand and the back of the hat with the left. Stop when your right foot is forward and lift up onto the toes. Hold the hat still above the head and pivot round so the left foot and hand are now in front of you. You can continue walking or turn back and forth on the spot.

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15-03-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Wipe Up Arm Roll

TricksWithHats

This is a combination of parts of two other tricks, so it would probably help to learn them first. They are the Arm Roll and the Wipe Up Start with the hat on your head. With the right arm, do the first part of a wipe up, just to the point where the hat comes off your head. However, instead of carrying it out to the side, push the hat back on your head so that the bottom of the brim comes into contact with your shoulder blades. Use your upper arm to push the hat off and to the left, so that it can roll down your arm as though you were doing an Arm Roll, catching it in you hand as you do so One variation that Mike is fond of, is to grip the front part of the crown with the crook of the elbow. Mike claims this gives him more options, and more control over where the hat goes. Try it, it may work for you too!

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15-03-2015

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TricksWithHats: Plates - Thumb spins

TricksWithHats

Hold the plate by it's edge and spin it so that the rim stays in contact with your thumb. After a single spin catch it again. Once you've mastered singles try longer spins. This trick is very versatile and can be used to add lots of flourishes. From the TricksWithHats archive

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880

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09-03-2015

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TricksWithHats: Plates - Thumb spins

TricksWithHats

Hold the plate by it's edge and spin it so that the rim stays in contact with your thumb. After a single spin catch it again. Once you've mastered singles try longer spins. This trick is very versatile and can be used to add lots of flourishes.

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708

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09-03-2015

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Trouble

danda

Thanks to Gregory for sponsoring me! I´m 15 years old girl juggler from Czech Republic. I had a lot of trouble with editing this video, because my computer is very slow, so its name is Trouble. It is made of some old clips I found in my coputer. I don´t know how to delete the DIVX logo :( It´s nothing extra, I know: There is a bad lighting and location. I move a lot while juggling. Tricks are boring and simple. Just some basic editing... I just want to have some video before my big summer video... The trick you can´t see because of the sun, is 5 ball shower :D Hope you enjoy it :)

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03-07-2011

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Turbo Fest 2011 official promo

Turbo418

Turbo Fest 5! 7-9 Jan 2011, l'École de Crique de Québec./nhttp://www.Turbo418.com

02:09

3759

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22-11-2010

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Turbo Fest 2012

CasualArcane

Casual Arcane and friends attend Turbofest 2012 in Quebec City, Quebec! The end of the world definitely began with an amazing juggling festival! Thanks to all who attended! /nEdited: Casual Arcane (Facebook.com/casualarcane) Music: Clash (Original Mix) by Caravan Palace Turbo418.com

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05-09-2012

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Turbo418 Fest - 2009

EddJones

Recap/Highlights Reel from Turbofest 2009 in Quebec City, Canada

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8695

5

17-03-2009

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Turbofest 2010

DiaboloBros

Quick video I decided to make of Turbofest, which took place early in January of 2010 in Quebec City. Performers include: Joe Showers, Jacob Sharpe, Duncan Philpot, Aaron DeWitt, Shane Miclon, Norbi Whitney, Doug Sayers, Eric Bates, Tristan Nielson, Yan Leblanc, Jon Roitman, "Eman" Pinard, and Alexander Kulakov. It was a blast, and I hope you enjoy the video!

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19-01-2010

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Tutorial How To Juggle 5 Balls - Instructional Video

NielsDuinker

http://www.comedyjuggler.com Niels Duinker teaches you how to juggle with 5 balls. The basic pattern to juggle with 5 balls is the cascade. It's a great juggling trick and with this video you can learn it too!/nhttp://www.nielsduinker.com - This is a chapter of Niels Duinker's "Performance Highlights and Learn to Juggle DVD".

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04-09-2014

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Two Diabolos After One Month

JustinCase1

Tips and pointers welcome! I have only been doing two for a month and need all the help I can get!

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1077

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18-08-2014

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Types of  Yo-Yos - Part 2 of 2: Shapes - Luke Renner

stringslingernm

Primary yo-yos used in the demonstration by Luke Renner were created by: Russell, Playmaxx, Tom Kuhn, Monarch and includes a generic red & yellow plastic yo-yo (cameos by Hummingbird & Duncan). Studio footage filmed by Andrew Gomez in Northwest New Mexico 12/30/09 and footage filmed by Steve Renner 1/3/10. Yo-yo topic covered in this instructional video is the different types of primary yo-yo shapes. The three covered are traditional, slimline/midline/Russell and butterfly yo-yos. Includes the a possible origin of the butterfly yo-yo. This is the second of a two part series. Note: The Russell shape is included with the slimline/midline group; however this shape is considered unique enough to have its own category. Music is a public domain jazz loop by Florian.

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27-09-2010

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Unscrambled B 'round tree

westwolf

Aidan Burns' Scrambled V Variation (iB cB sA) General information: The feeder is "A", the juggler to the feeder's left is "B" and the juggler to the feeder's right is "C". The feeder counts "1 2 3" to make it easier to keep track of where we are in the pattern. On beats 1 and 3, A (the feeder) and B exchange a pass. On beat 2, A and C exchange a pass. Walking: After pass three, B walks on a 4-count to the left side of A. All the jugglers are relabeled (A -> B', B -> C', C -> A') and the new feeder A' starts counting the 3 passes, starting with B'. The manipulation: 1. "iB": The manipulator (M) intercepts a pass from A to B. The juggler who was B is new M, and reads from the manipulator line. The juggler who was M now is B. 2. "cB": M carries a club to B. 3. "sA": M substitutes a the pass from B to A. How to do this pattern: We start manipulating the pattern by substituting the pass from B to A on beat three. You can skip the tree bit if you like.

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09-05-2016

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unURBAN

dodoliere

The new video made for the juggler Edoardo Demontis aka DODO.. DIRECTOR, CAMERA OPERATOR and EDITOR I Massimo Gasole LOCATION I Campidarte (Ussana,Sardegna, Italy) MUSIC I "Manovale" (Gioachino Turu e Vanessa V.); "Microhate" (Antiguo Autòmata Mexicano) Illador FIlms 2012

03:46

2069

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18-01-2013

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Urban Jungle

-eric-

Hey I can finally do 3 diabolos now!

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21-02-2013

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Vashon Roundabout

ponk

Period-9 3-count roundabout variation, filmed on location during Passout on Vashon Island, WA. Notation in video. Base Pattern: PSSPSSPSS Manipulator: SA _ SA IA CA z SB z z Canonical version: Chopabout turn, zip, zip zip, and rhondaring on the other side.

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12-10-2017

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Victoria Juggling and Flow Festival 2014 (VJFF2014)

lucasadverse

The Victoria Juggling Festival takes place annually in Victoria, the capital of British Columbia. Music: Nujabes - Feather Gramatik - So Much For Love Nujabes - Reflection Eternal DJ Okawari - Temperature of Tears Jugglers (not in order): Rings - Sean Brossard Toss juggling (live performance) - Stefan Sing Monocycle - Tynan Rollo Toss juggling (live) - Yuki Ueda and Chris Murdoch Top and diabolo - Rick Purtee Hat tossing - Justin Therrien and Matthew Poki McCorkle Dragon staff (live performance) - Morgan and Randy Buugeng - Kris Nyquist Magic tricks - Mike Bice Diabolo (live performance) - Jake West Club passing - Cristian Palermo, Nigel Wakita, Jack Hadley and Rick Purtee Balls + devil stick (live performance) - Blake Speers and Brendan Speers (Super Speers Brothers) Contact juggling - Sia Metta 3 ball juggling - Yuki Ueda, Sebastian Yerex and Me Levistick - Iain Culp Staff and dragon staff - Jason Stuart Clubs - Jack Hadley Thanks for watching!

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07-02-2014

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Vote Norbi

LP

I can't remember the full story behind this, and it contains no juggling, but it still amuses me.

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3357

2

27-01-2009

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Waking Up

addicted

Its been a cold winter here in sydney....Introducing my first video. Made while sick " WAKING UP" is bit of a mash up of my first weeks filming. Props: Clubs, balls, fire, hat and cane. WARNING: CONTAINS NAUGHTY WORDS Credits: Performance, Film and editing : Dylan ( Me:) The filming has been inspired by my good friend Benny O, and is happening with hopes of developing some solid routines. (youtube link: http://youtu.be/IHn0cjRs4B0 ) Samples "Joint" by DJ_Patz "Radio Ol' T.V." by Mr. Skeleton & B.h(a)ve Main track "Terrified of the darkness" by Arc Jet Most of these moves have been inspired by and learnt through meeting the great variety of jugglers who come through Sydney's Newtown Juggling Club, also those who attend the Sydney Juggling Convention. Special thanks to Julian Orbach, Mark Douglas, Jibe, Erwan Varaine, Arakawa Tempe, Komei Aoki, Ori Roth and to every one who I've had the pleasure of playing with over the years. Peace

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06-09-2011

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