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1/4 Steve

Sandy

A good place to start before moving onto the steve. Do a neck roll and as the staff comes around onto your shoulder, drop that shoulder and let the staff roll onto your arm. Raise your arm with the staff (when the staff gets onto your arm it should be just below shoulder height, when the staff finnishes in your hand it should be just above head height) so that it rolls up it and into your hand.

00:27

2055

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17-02-2011

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Continuous Antispun Conveyor Belt

Sandy

These are a nice varient of conveyor belts. First learn to do continuous. When the staff is falling off your last elbow, raise that elbow and bring your other elbow underneath to catch it by sort of hugging yourself. Give the staff a bit of a pop as it comes off so as to give yourself a little more time to catch it. When you've got that add the antispin by moving each point of the move to the antispin points (watch the video).

00:26

1730

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10-05-2011

[0]

Crater Lake | Off the Trail 2

SlingTrue

Cool scenes and slings around and about Crater Lake National Park (featuring a cameo from Mt. Shasta to the south)./nSling ring is an awesome game where five brass washers are spun on a larger ring and kept in perpetual 'jitter' by moving that larger ring through them continuously. Many sweet trick are possible./nSorry for the poor quality... a better version is on YouTube, oh wait did I just say that... Noooooooooooooo fade to black. Check out my sling store online at SlingTrue.org

03:20

859

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25-07-2012

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Feeding the Fish  - Pixel Video Suits

FeedingtheFish

From the creators of Pixel-Poi, pioneers of bespoke light performance since 2001, Feeding the Fish present the future of live LED dance: Pixel Video Suits A fast paced co-ordination of colour, choreography and animated graphics where pixel-mapped LED costumes display moving images across dancers' bodies in synchronisation with a tightly choreographed dance routine “Splendidly luminescent!” Jon Bentley (The Gadget Show) For bookings and more information, please contact: info@feedingthefish.com.

01:20

1608

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22-04-2015

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Follow the leader week 10

markconigliaro

I'm moving my follow the leader videos over here. I won again by doing an arm spiral, so I followed it with a forarm neck roll.

00:40

2008

1

04-04-2010

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Ivan Pecel Cruise Ship Montage... and some show stuff...

ivanpecel

This is part of a segment that I am doing for the IJA Digital Magzine... since everyone isn't an IJA member, a lot of you won't see this... so I am putting just some of the practice stuff up here... This was filmed on the last cruise ship that I was on in mid-Jan 07. It's hard to juggle on a moving ship...

04:58

3383

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16-06-2010

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Lu-Ba-Con 2010

Christl

Die 10.te Ludwigsburger-Barock-Convention 2010! musik: The Wombats - Moving to New York

04:10

2807

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04-07-2010

[6]

Movin

PePPy

hey everyone! im moving away to mount pleasant soon for school so i decided to name my second video "Movin" and shoot it in my home town :) the music is by my favorite band The Sounds, love everything they do. i worked really hard on this one so i hope u all enjoy it, and that u look forward to seeing more from me in the future :D

03:27

2933

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19-08-2010

[5]

Moving car #6

01:44

3023

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15-11-2008

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Push

Michele

Push- to apply pressure against for the purpose of moving

05:29

1306

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09-11-2012

[3]

Some boring progress

tomjuggles

Thanks for your interest. I just wanted to make a last video before moving on to the next neighborhood^^ keep juggling! tricklist: b97522 4up 67561 & 5up 360 645 5up 360 8x6* 4club 5551 bxx b97531 qualify 97531 (16 fucking rounds dude :) :) :)) d44444444 b975300 5up 360 (a 5up 360 under a 97531) 5 clubs 1 high 4 low 5up 2 stage 720 (d6666007722) db97531 to collect freak out footage ;)

03:12

1954

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16-09-2011

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The juggler at the beach.

04:42

2882

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28-07-2011

[8]

To the living room for more Space!

sotosdeadwing

moving around in space and time since i'm still alive

04:09

1866

3

05-03-2011

[4]

Tricks With Hats: Crown Pinches

TricksWithHats

Take a pinch grip at the front of the hat's crown and flick it up and forwards. Turn the hand round so the palm is facing forwards to catch the hat in another pinch grip at the back. After you've got a feel for this try doing it without looking at the hat. Either place it straight back on the head or reverse the process to return it. If you use a bowler hat make sure you take a really firm pinch to crease the top of the hat when removing it, otherwise you'll be left trying to catch the smooth round surface of the back of the hat. Once you've mastered this one it's a trivial task to start by pinching the back of the hat and flicking it to a catch on the front.

00:06

325

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04-12-2015

[0]

Valentin Lechat

valentinlechat

Inner shape, moving spirit SHADE GROWN VALENTIN LECHAT © The United Artists 2011

06:31

1759

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20-09-2011

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