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2 handed shoot the moon yoyo trick - Luke Renner

stringslingernm

Trick featured in the video is two handed "reach for the moon" aka "shoot for the moon". Trick tips: 1) Practice each individual hand before combining the trick. 2) Use a fixed axle. 3) There is no easy way to master this trick other than practicing everyday. Special thanks to Dale! Yo-yos used by Luke Renner are generic and cost around $1.50 for two. Filmed in Northwest New Mexico on 8/28/10 by filmmakers George Thomas and Thomas LaRue. Music by JAH ROOTS - Steppin Out Of Babylon/ Track "Ya, Ya, Yo" Creative Commons License Attribution 2.5 Generic.

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3128

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26-10-2010

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3 3-count Roundabouts

ponk

3 3-Count Roundabouts All period 6, one-sided. Notation in the video. Jill, Eva, and I taught a workshop on these three 3-count roundabout variations that we deciphered from Aidan's book and reconstructed from notes from Nicki's workshop. Filmed at Passout on Vashon Island, WA. All takeouts on right-handed beats. For two-sided variations see the period 9 patterns PGDI (http://juggling.tv/16674) and Vashon Roundabout (http://juggling.tv/16675)

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195

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15-10-2017

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Chopped Dolby

brook_roberts

An ambidextrous version of Chopabout, using the turn from Dolby Sörroundabout. The pattern is period 11, although for all 3 people to do each part with both hands takes 66 throws. We do just over an entire round of the pattern (77 throws). In chopabout you do some substitutions, then roundabout out to allow a new juggler to be the manipulator. By turning out in the same way as in Dolby Sörroundabout you can switch to left handed chopabout - doing the switch on every turn gives the pattern shown Chopped Dolby. In Aidan Notation: A: Cs | ss | Ps | s | sP | ss -> B B: Ps | ss | Cs | s | sP | ss -> A M: sAB | sAA | sBA | iAA | cBB | -- -> M

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2897

2

29-01-2014

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devilstick recordsetting

lund

Hey, i filmed a lot of stuff for record setter the last two weeks. most of it is pretty boring so i mashed up all videos in one: included: longest 2 DS manipulation longest time to juggle two balls while maintaining propeller 163 legrolls 20x 1up 360 Double Balance 10 minutes of ticcing a club Balance + Propeller on rola rola Propeller + Coffee on Rola Rola 1 handed tic tac

11:25

1048

0

07-02-2013

[0]

Endless Combo #105 Fork Catch - Sara Grip > FH Aeroplane

Kev

Endless Combo #105 Single Handed Fork Catch - Sara Grip > Fast Hand Aeroplane for the kendama forum.

00:09

950

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26-10-2014

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Foot catch ideas

JugglingIsNotACrime

I use my feet as my 3rd and 4th hand :) I´ve tried to think of a 3 and 4 handed siteswap notation but I don´t have much result.../nIf you guys are interested in a tutorial, I may make one for the ija tutorial contest this year!/n(Also: the trick at 1:00 I call ´feeding with yourself´)
foot - catches - catch - 3 - 4 - 5 - balls - ideas

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1257

0

09-09-2012

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Four hands

.andreas.

Four handed siteswaps by Andreas and Giannis.

03:55

427

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02-11-2017

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Holy Grail

danifausto

One of my favorite passing patterns, 4.5p 2.5p 3.5p, named "Holy Grail" by Will and Rhonda, with fourhanded siteswap 975. I passed this pattern in longer rounds with balls and rings, but I think the best club rounds was passing it with Caspar this winter in Pass Out X. I added the Prechacthis site so you can see how to start, and what the single jugglers are doing in every beat.

01:16

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0

28-02-2013

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One handed rope trick

TomD

One handed figure of eight knot. A bit sketchy due to only being able to find a shoelace for a rope.

00:06

954

0

11-03-2011

[0]

One handed tricks

PeterJuggler

Some one handed tricks I'm working while I'm waiting for my right arm to heal...

01:14

3790

1

19-09-2007

[2]

one_handed_turnover.mpg

00:03

126

0

09-03-2015

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Practice

takumainoue

not only stacking testing new software

00:31

553

0

09-06-2016

[3]

The Evolution of Devilsticking

Devilsticker

A little impromptu show of devilsticking. Starts out with the easiest tricks and then gets progressively harder. After about a minute I just start jamming with it and then I go to one handed tricks...

06:15

4160

1

27-08-2007

[5]

Triathlon Juggling World Record

JugglingJoe

Juggling while completing a triathlon. (1/4 mile swim, 16.2 mile bike, 4 mile run) April 21, 2012 Joe Salter Hope you enjoy the video. Also, please spare me the "unicycle" suggestion comments or "you should have done a 3 ball cascade" while riding no-handed comments. If you don't know anything about triathlons, then those comments are very naive, because you have no idea what a race like this entails. I spent 10 months training, researching, and fine tuning what works. Until you actually get out there and see what "works" then try to understand that what looks good on paper, doesn't always translate into good practice. Enjoy! -Joe

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3

03-05-2012

[6]

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

257

0

15-03-2015

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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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408

0

04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: One handed forward tumble

TricksWithHats

One handed forward tumble - A one handed version of the forward tumble First learn the forward tumble. With practice you'll soon be able to quickly switch your grip and make it run one handed, as you can see in the video clip above. From the TricksWithHats archive

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Onehanded, Continuous Tumbles

TricksWithHats

Onehanded, Continuous Tumbles - The hat keeps tumbling, in your hand, continuously, infinitely, forever, or at least until you stop. This trick is an extension of the Tumble - so go learn that one now. You'll notice that after you have performed a tumble, you are holding the hat the wrong way round to perform a second tumble immediately after it. This is where the extension comes in. During the first tumble (which is a standard tumble), the hat rotates 1.5 times. The second tumble is similar, but the hat is thrown without a change in grip, it still does 1.5 spins, which means that it is now facing the same way as when you started! Inorder to give yourself space for the second tumble, it feels like you need to throw it a tiny bit higher or faster. Try to make it all flow together into a continuous movement, the hat shouldn't ever pause, the hand acts more as a guide to keep it rotating in the right direction. A nice variation on this is to tumble the hat infront of you, switching hands between tumbles.

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06-12-2015

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TricksWithHats: Plates - Two handed curl

TricksWithHats

Start with a normal right handed upward curl and as soon as the palm is facing forward at the top reach the left hand over and put it onto plate to the right of the right hand. Curl both hands round the front of the plate, which comes down in front of the belly, and then continue to bring the hands round to the back, pushing the plate back up to the left. Take the right hand off and do a left handed downward curl. From the TricksWithHats archive

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334

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09-03-2015

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Two Handed Whip

diabolotricks

Diabolo trick: Two Handed Whip For a full description and more tricks for diabolos check http://www.diabolotricks.co.uk/trick/2-handed-whip.html

00:25

1098

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26-11-2009

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Vortex tutorial

QualCon

Tutorial video for the 2-diabolo trick "vortex". Left handed. Righties should view the video as a mirror.

04:52

7050

1

23-04-2008

[5]

Zap Patterns by Cameron and Katie at TADAH

KStruthers

33 Patterns. All with at least one zap. All period seven. All with five clubs. All with two people. All for 6 rounds (where one round is 14 beats of the pattern globally). For our more playful video also filmed at TADAH see: https://youtu.be/-rO6grGcPis The list is written in four handed global siteswap notation: 1. 6662555 2. 6672752 3. 6672625 4. 7572662 5. 6752555 6. 7562555 7. 7572752 8. 7772255 9. 6782525 10. 7582562 11. 7862255 12. 8572625 13. 8672255 14. 6682562 15. 6852662 16. 6862652 17. 8552555 18. 8582525 19. 8852255 20. 8882225 21. 6692552 22. 6962527 23. 9962225 24. 9952262 25. 6929522 26. 9629252 27. 9269225 28. 7592552 29. 9527822 30. 9552662 31. 7a72252 32. a862225 33. 8279225 Special thanks: James for creating his siteswap spreadsheet from which we got our list. TADAH for having us to stay for long enough to learn and film so many patterns. Music: From the album 'Money, Blood and Light [LCL14]' by Plurabelle; licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License.

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1

10-10-2017

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