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Tom's Zeroth Juggling Movie

JuggleThis

This is a short movie aimed to test my camera, lighting, DivX converter, iMovie usage, etc. It features a short instructional clip of 'elbow slapbacks' with 3 balls, and some other stuff for the hell of it...

01:42

1812

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23-04-2010

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Tutorial 3-ball Mills Mess, Juggling Trick

NielsDuinker

In this instructional video Niels Duinker teaches you how to juggle the mills mess./nhttp://www.nielsduinker.com - This is a chapter of Niels Duinker's "Performance Highlights and Learn to Juggle DVD".

01:49

2117

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04-09-2014

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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".

03:42

2202

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04-09-2014

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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.

01:27

2601

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27-09-2010

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Types of Yo-Yos - Part 1: Axles - 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 and yellow plastic yo-yo. Footage filmed by Andrew Gomez in Northwest New Mexico 12/30/09. Yo-yo topic covered in this instructional video is the different types of axles found in yo-yos. The three covered are wood, metal and ball bearing axles. This is the first of a two part series. Part two will be released later in 2010. Music is a public domain jazz loop by Florian.

01:12

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27-09-2010

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Union Jack - British Flag - Yo-Yo String Trick - Luke Renner

stringslingernm

British Flag Yo-Yo String Trick Instructional Video demonstrated by Luke Renner. Yo-Yo used in the demo is Dale Oliver's Dragonfly a light-up and glow-in-the-dark yo-yo by Spintastics. Special thanks to Dale. Footage shot in Northwest New Mexico on 11/5/11. Trick details: The video also uses works from the public domain.

01:30

1789

1

24-06-2016

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Wrong end

lutkus

Short instructional video on what to do when you've caught a club by the wrong end.

00:46

1467

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19-08-2008

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Y you follow me

Ed_Clark

A new pattern created using Aidan notation. The manipulators in this pattern are dependent, as clubs are taken by one manipulator and replaced by the other. 4 count static Y base, with B at the back of the Y, D in the middle of the Y, A on the left of the Y (from the point of view of D and B) and C on the right. Aiden notation for the pattern: A ps|ss|ps|ss|ps|ss B ps|ss|ps|ss|ps|ss C ps|ss|ps|ss|ps|ss D ps|ss|ps|ss|ps|ss M1 cD|--|sA|iA|cA|-- M2 sC|iC|cD|iD|cB|iB Starting: M1 starts back to back with D facing B M2 stands in front of C facing C We start with a ps and then the manipulators begin on ss. The manipulators start on the last instruction at ss as it is written above (M1 --, M2 iB) When M1 reaches the end of the instructions, M1 becomes M2 (having reached the physical location of M2 at the start of the M2 instructions). Similarly M2 becomes M1

00:50

1560

0

29-07-2013

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Yo-Yo Bearing Maintenance

Arron

www.arronsparks.com www.yoyojam.info A short guide to how to clean and look after your Stainless Steel ball bearing from a Yo-Yo. You will need: Ball bearing Yo-Yo Lighter fluid YoYoJam Lube (thin or thick) Tweezers Glass Jar Pliers/bearing removal tool Cloth/Tissue Ceramic bearings should not be cleaned in the way described in the video. Yo-Yo used in this video: Axiom & Sunset Trajectory NXG. Please note that steps in this guide can be dangerous and that following instructions from this video are taken at your own risk. Children should enrol the help of a responsible adult. Lighter fluid is highly flammable, gives off dangerous fumes and should be disposed of carefully as it is bad for the environment. If not followed correctly this tutorial can result in breaking the bearing or Yo-Yo.

02:42

2785

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29-12-2009

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