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5 Ball Tennis'

MichaelFalkov

A handful of 5 Ball Tennis variations. The first of these is a pattern involving feet that resembles [44][22]3, then standard tennis, next is 7445555, and finally 7535555. The foot thing could be more tennisy, and there are many other variations I could have added. I wanted to include all of the variations suggested (tongue in cheek) in the recDot post that instigated this video (753 & 663 w/outside 3s, and 645555 with the 6 caught and thrown crossed arm on one side). I recorded the 645555 pattern and some others that I thought of in a few runs, but decided to use this clip for now. If there is interest in seeing more tennis variations, I may record a lot more of them.

01:10

4930

3

19-06-2010

[7]

Analog

Anrachain

This video is a short showcase of some of the results of months of research in ring manipulation. The video was shot in just a few short hours with a mobile phone camera and without the aid of a camera man but was expertly edited by Hannah Martin. Simple as the production is, it is for me a fine a example of the conclusion of the research; Rings are cool. /nJuggling - Pol Hanrahan Camera - A black stool and tape Editing - Hannah Martin Music - "Madiba" by Robert Lee Furdoe Filmed in the Katakomben Berlin Thanks to everyone who contributed with special mention to Hannah Martin, The black stool, Declan Mee, Stefan Sing and Darragh McGloughlin

05:03

4241

0

21-07-2013

[1]

Koli 3ball juggling

Koli

Hy!In this video you can see a lot of hard-core three ball trick, for example box, mill's mess and factory variations, pianist and so on... Thanks for all hungarian juggler, and for my friends... ENJOY IT!
3 - ball - koli - 3b

03:25

5065

4

10-04-2007

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Lakeside Orbital Juggling

Filthy999

This is filmed at Lake Monger, facing towards Perth's CBD. The music is Roads by Portishead. It focuses on the orbits in various juggling patterns. Every juggling pattern is a combination of one or more orbits. Each colour in a pattern corresponds to a different orbit. An orbit is simply a path that a single ball follows. For example if you follow a red ball in a particular pattern, you will see it repeats through a set path. All the red balls in the pattern follow this same path; all the green balls follow their own different path and all the blue balls follow a third separate path. One technical note: 97531 actually consists of 5 orbits - 91 clockwise, 91 anticlockwise, 73 clockwise, 73 anticlockwise and 5. I combined the two 91 orbits and the two 73 orbits to blue and green because it simply looks much better this way.

04:24

3091

1

21-03-2009

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Orinoco Flow

JuggleThis

This is a very badly done example of Orinoco Flow, based solely on the description by Jon Relf ( the inventor of the trick )on www.twjc.com. A few people wanted to be able to see how it is done so I thought I would post my sketchy attempt to give the idea.

00:20

2040

0

25-06-2010

[0]

Rhythm - part 1

congasious

Phantom patterns in rhythm 4,3 & 2 ball patterns based on Pich's theory on 4 balls spin-spin and anti-spin + more techniques about changing independently the direction of the spins of the balls or hands. Example - Pattern from 0:20-2:06 is: Both hands counter clock wise spin all the time. [half spin/full spin-spin] x2 [half spin/full anti-spin] x2

04:05

1669

0

31-07-2011

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Stunt stilts skateboarding and rock-climbing video by Flamingfun

FlamingFun

Flaming Fun performers like to push the limits and break the boundaries. Here is an excellent example of these moments. Introducing the internets first ever stunt stilts skateboarding and rock-climbing video.

02:36

3268

2

15-09-2009

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