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1/2 Matrix Horizontal Pivot

Sandy

Does exactly what it says on the tin. If you cock up a matrix this is a good way of recovering without looking like you cocked it.

00:20

2676

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07-03-2011

[1]

1/2 Matrix Neck Wrap

Sandy

Like a matrix neck wrap but with only half the calories.

00:21

2165

0

07-03-2011

[0]

Antiturn Matrix

Sandy

A tiny bit easier than a matrix because you are turning into the staff. Look at the points you need to start turning, they are when you start leaning back to get it under the arm. Again very hard to get smooth.

00:24

1852

0

07-03-2011

[0]

Budget-time juggling

lukeburrage

Video from early 2004, made by juggling 5 clubs a lot of times.

00:25

2298

0

21-04-2010

[4]

Continuous Matrix

Sandy

Only the realms of obsession give you the ability to do this. 4 in a row? Tim you are a sick sick man.

00:55

1469

0

25-02-2011

[0]

Failed Attempt at around the back/Matrix

JustinCase1

When trying to do Matrix I totally whopped myself in the face. Best in slow-motion.

00:12

1081

0

01-09-2014

[1]

Feuermatrix auf der Spilberg

shadow

Feuermatrix present his show on medival Event on Spilberg Video: Meier Andreas - www.taterman.at

12:48

505

0

07-02-2017

[0]

Full Stevetrix

Sandy

I can't do this move yet so here's a description from Tim: Bacisally this move is just a way of combining a full steve & a matrix into one move. As the staff rolls down the left arm you need it to roll so the centre is a couple of inches infront of the arm (too much and the staff will speed up, too little and the staff won't make it round). The staff then goes round the left shoulder, round the neck and rolls up the right arm. As the staff gets to the top you propeller round the right wrist then let it roll back down the right arm. This is where it gets hard (espcially if you want it to feel smooth). As the staff rolls down the right arm you need to roll it so the centre moves behind the arm then roll it round the right shoulder round the throat and back up the left arm. It's tempeting to bring the staff round the right arm before it gets to the shouder but it don't look as good and it doesn't have the same flow to it). In short the move goes 1/4 steve - 1/2 matrix - 1/2 steve -1/2 matrix - 1/4 steve enjoy

00:34

1420

0

22-02-2011

[0]

Half Stevetrix

Sandy

If you are attempting this move i will assume you can already do a steve and a matrix. As the staff is coming down your arm move your arm back as it gets to your elbow. The staff wii spin around it so you can go into a matrix entry. Do a matrix but as the staff is coming out under your arm, swing your arm in a circle to in front of you so the staff rolls down it.

00:23

1078

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22-02-2011

[0]

Matrix

Sandy

The matrix. It's hard. That's why everyone loves it. You can do the matirx in 2 ways, starting on the neck like I do or starting on the shoulder like meg does here. To distinguish the difference I call this version a full matrix because it goes fully around your body and not just under both arms. I personally prefer the full matrix (well I would wouldn't I) because I think it looks nicer but it's all a matter of oppinion. The secret to getting a matrix is to really lean. It takes a while to get and takes even longer (a lot longer) to get it solid. As with everything practice, practice, practice.

00:33

1750

1

25-02-2011

[0]

Matrix Neck Wrap

Sandy

This is my favorite new move at the moment. Do the first half of a full matrix and you will find the staff wants to go behind your neck if you don't lean into the second half straight away. Let it go behind you and lean to the left to get it back in front of you (an extra spin on the back can help line up the centre point) and then do the second half of the matrix.

00:29

1278

0

07-03-2011

[0]

matrix staff tutorial

luabduch

staff tutorial for the ija video contest. watch also on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKYlgbSLRTA

03:58

644

4

21-11-2016

[1]

matrix take offs

00:18

1435

0

11-05-2011

[0]

meast matrix

00:25

1688

0

11-05-2011

[0]

Neck Propellers

Sandy

I learnt these trying to get the matrix. The way you lean and shift your body is very similar to how you would for a matrix but easier. I go in from a horizontal pivot because it gets the staff nicly in plane. Once the staff is on your neck lean away from the staff and let it spin around the back of your neck. Then do the same in the other direction to get it back round the front. Useing your shoulders to push the staff round can help.

00:27

1299

0

10-05-2011

[0]

Only Diabolo

jugglingmatrix

This is my new diabolovideo www.jugglingmatrix.at.tt

03:47

1472

0

16-07-2009

[4]

op shoulder matrix neck wrap

00:31

1460

0

11-05-2011

[0]

propellor prayer matrix

00:28

1474

1

11-05-2011

[0]

propellor prayer matrix H conveyor

00:30

1508

0

11-05-2011

[0]

Scissor Catch Tutorial by Club Motion

ClubMotion

This tutorial describes the fundamentals and practice of a 3 club Scissor Catch. Designed to prepare one for the complexities of the scissor matrix presented in the full length DVD now available for only $10 (US) Brought to you by the Club Motion Juggling team

04:34

7084

0

24-03-2009

[6]

Scissor Theory @ IJA 2014

ClubMotion

A humorous breakdown of the infamous 3 club scissor Matrix as presented at the IJA championships 2014. This dissisortation brought to you by Kevin Axtell

08:12

2557

2

28-08-2014

[5]

Slow Motion Numbers Juggling

YouAin'tSeenMyBalls

Just a small video of myself juggling two balls and two clubs. Added a matrix style slow motion effect and some funny sound effects for a laugh.

00:11

1373

0

25-06-2013

[0]

Steve Matrix

Sandy

Different from a stevetrix and slightly easier. Do a steve and go into a matrix from your shoulder rather than your arm like you would a stevetrix. Do a matrix come out and steve back up your arm.

00:27

1444

0

07-03-2011

[0]

substitution matrix

00:19

1571

0

11-05-2011

[0]

 
 
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