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3 ball, special, and contact juggling after 10 months

markconigliaro

Although so many things went wrong, I still think this turned out rather well. In the 3 ball part, I went 2 minutes and 40 seconds without a drop, which is good because when I did drop it, I was done anyway. And try to ignore the hiss, I couldn't get rid of it, but I think later on it just went away. I did something special for part 2, I won't spoil it, but it sucked getting that right, and it still wasn't as good as I had hoped. Yes I shook the camera and didn't realize it, but after that it went alright. although my hand was in the way for one of the tricks, (hint, inside elbow stall, then again rolling it to the fingers). Contact juggling, for the first 2 parts I was standing on some cloths because of the squeaky floorboard I was on. In this part I decided to take them away so I can stand level on the floor....and you can hear the results. If you can get past the floorboard, then I did pretty good....in the beginning. It's weird, I purposely put the hard tricks in the beginning so if I kept messing up

08:23

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11-12-2009

[5]

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

5116

3

19-06-2010

[7]

Donald Grant - TeamKD

TLMB

Donald throws a few kendama clicks, flicks, fingers & flips on a cold day in Bristol.

01:17

5123

2

30-11-2009

[1]

Fire Nights Element Entertainment

wasted49

A Short video, demonstrating our variety of fire skills being rehearsed, want to know more? Then check us out at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elemententertainmentuk Twitter: https://twitter.com/ElementElen Web: http://elementenquiries.wix.com/element

03:29

1487

0

08-06-2013

[2]

Glowfingers - Play

chrisp

I have recently purchased these cotton gloves, it does make it had to manlipulate things due to lack of friction, but fun none the less. This little vid was to see what things look like for audience's point of view.

01:55

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0

28-10-2010

[1]

Juggle Dream Aurora & Luxor LED Hoop

JuggleDream

Luxor - 160 Aurora - 80 LED Hula Hoop. The Juggle Dream Luxor is simply the best and brightest hoop we have ever seen. 160 super bright RGB LEDs allow over 300 stunning functions including solid white, red, green, blue, yellow, cyan and magenta; as well as far too many changing effects to even begin to mention (all with variable speed control:). All these functions are available at the tip of your fingers, using the mini remote control and up to 16 of your favourite functions can be pre-set for instant access using the custom play list.
harley - fox - led - hula - hoop - juggle - dream - led - hula - hoop

01:37

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11-11-2016

[1]

Juggle Dream Luxor - 160 LED Hula Hoop

JuggleDream

The Juggle Dream Luxor is simply the best and brightest hoop we have ever seen. 160 super bright RGB LEDs allow over 300 stunning functions including solid white, red, green, blue, yellow, cyan and magenta; as well as far too many changing effects to even begin to mention (all with variable speed control:). All these functions are available at the tip of your fingers, using the mini remote control and up to 16 of your favourite functions can be pre-set for instant access using the custom play list.The Luxor’s mini remote is smaller than a credit card and will easily away tuck into any costume without interfering with the hooper’s movement. Alternatively, the RF Wireless remote is effective up to 50m, so can easily be operated by someone offstage. Being wireless, rather than infra-red, no direct line of sight needed to operate this remote.The Luxor is powered by 5 mains rechargeable Lithium batteries which are equally spaced around the hoop to maintain optimum balance. Charging takes up to 6 hours and the LED

01:07

1309

0

05-02-2016

[0]

My first montage

JugglingJosh

My first montage. Pretty shoddy, aparently theres being able to do the patterns and then theres making it look good. A bit of practice then my next video may be better..... fingers crossed!!

02:30

1733

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14-08-2010

[2]

Teku Contact - 26 - Finger Stall Variations

Teku

Going through as many variations of finger stall that I can think of. In a few cases I just did the index and middle fingers as putting them all in would take forever and be pretty boring to watch too. If anyone has any more ideas for different stalls let me know please!

02:50

1544

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07-09-2012

[1]

Teku Contact - Trailer - Salaryman

Teku

HYPE Free to download or watch via Youtube/Juggling.tv soon Bodyrolling/Fingerstalls with RdL Props (Rings + Clubs)/Babal/Diablo 30 minutes

00:39

1305

0

23-07-2012

[0]

Trick With Hats: Forward Twiddle

TricksWithHats

Forward Twiddle - Twiddle the hat off the head and back on. It's got comedy potential too! Allegedly. Use a palm-up fork grip on both sides the hat, and lift it off the head. 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. Reverse the process to return the hat to the head. You can get an easy laugh by getting the return part wrong and pretending to hit yourself in the face. Jon Lockwood (of Mushy Pea Juggling fame, now working as with "Company of Fools") did lots of hat workshops at juggling conventions in the mid to late 1990's and started Mike and LP out on the hat road. This was often the first trick he taught...so it's Jon and this trick that ultimately led to the creation of this site. Thanks Jon! From the TricksWithHats archive

00:07

756

0

15-03-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Backcross to head catch

TricksWithHats

Backcross to head catch - Throw the hat behind your back, and catch it on your head. Like most throwing moves, this is a variation on the Throw to head - so it's probably a good idea to learn that first! Hold the hat in your right hand using an inside grip, spread your fingers out nice and wide as you would for a normal throw to the head. Swing your arm out to the side, so that the crown of the hat is pointing downwards. Bring your arm behind your back and release the hat so that it does a nice, high, slow spin above your left shoulder. As the hat descends, look up into it and catch it in the same way that you would for a standard throw to the head. Top Tip: The catching part is easier if you turn your head towards your left shoulder just before the catch. Oh, and obviously learn this throw from both hands... From the TricksWithHats archive

00:03

573

0

04-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Coat Peg

TricksWithHats

Coat Peg - Throw the hat up to an upstretched hand Hold the hat in an inside grip at waist height and throw it with half a spin to the upstretched hand. The key is to spread the fingers on your throwing hand as much as possible and hold your catching hand in a coat peg grip. The hat lands on your thumb like it's landing on a coatpeg. From the TricksWithHats archive

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544

0

04-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Coat Peg (same hand)

TricksWithHats

A nice variation on the Coat Peg. Hold the hat in an inside grip at waist height and throw it upwards with half a spin. As the hat flies upwards quickly stick your throwing hand up in the air and catch it. The key is to spread the fingers on your throwing hand as much as possible and hold your catching hand in a coat peg grip. The hat lands on your thumb like it's landing on a coatpeg.

00:03

499

0

04-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Screwdriver

TricksWithHats

Use a palm-up fork grip at the back of the hat and remove it, straightening the arm. As the arm straightens twist the wrist and take the ring finger off the brim. Spin the hat so that it moves between the middle and forefingers, then transfer the grip to the forefinger and thumb and continue the spin for as far as you can. Reverse the "twiddle" to place it back on the head. The main video clip for this trick doesn't show the fingers in any great detail. See the closeup version (120K mpeg) for a better view. For best results you might want to set your video player to loop the clip.

00:03

581

0

15-03-2015

[0]

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.

00:03

596

0

15-03-2015

[0]

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.

00:06

717

0

04-12-2015

[0]

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

00:03

587

0

04-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Upward twiddle (one hand)

TricksWithHats

Upward twiddle (one hand) - Twiddle the hat above the head. Grab the hat in a palm up fork grip. Lift the hat 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 forefingers and thumb. Bring it straight back down to the head. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:03

722

0

06-12-2015

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