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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.

00:56

3448

2

26-10-2010

[3]

3 ball stack progress 4 - 11 seconds

peterbone

Finally reached my goal of 10 seconds with the balance. Also shows how I put the pattern on my balls.

00:59

3577

6

23-08-2012

[3]

Aggelos Karavgiotis - Kendama Edit #1

MrJumpshoe

One of my young students here in Greece. He has reached his 1st kyu and wants to go as high as he can! Keep 'em peeled for this lad, folks!!

01:44

1103

1

10-09-2013

[1]

Between the Clicks

MrJumpshoe

A kendama bloopers video. Enjoy. Music is the overture to the Nutcracker by Tchaikovsky and "I Could Eat a Knob at NIght" by DJ Reacharound.

01:52

1785

3

17-05-2011

[3]

David Leahy 6

juggledave

Wow, where do I even start with this video? I started the David Leahy series in January 2007 with the first video and carried on to make the next 4 all within the year 2007. The original plan for the 6th video was May 2008 but I struggling to improve and ended up scrapping the video. I got back into juggling seriously in 2010 and spent awhile trying to reach my previously obtained standard. Anyway, Here I am in 2012, 4.5 years after the last video, and I've finally completed it! I really hope you enjoy it, I tried really hard trying to make this video reflect my juggling and even after watching it hundreds of times, I enjoy the final product. Thanks to everyone for the continuous support and inspiration in juggling; you mean the world to me! I do intend on making David Leahy #7 but I have some big plans with TSC so it could take awhile. I do have like 16 weeks summer holiday though so I'm sure you can expect both around then!

06:27

3608

3

17-04-2012

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Lunar Landing aka Bird in Hand Yo-Yo Trick - Luke Renner

stringslingernm

Lunar Landing & Double Lunar Landing Yo-Yo Trick demonstrated by Luke Renner. Yo-yos used are from a $1.50 generic yo-yo twin pack... only .75 cents per yo-yo! Slow motion footage courtesy of guest cinematographer Tyrin Kuhl. Music by Stuart and the Juice Tigers. Filmed September 2013 in Northwest New Mexico.
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02:50

1968

0

23-09-2013

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New Mexico Pump Jack Yo-Yo Trick - Luke Renner

stringslingernm

New Mexico Pump Jack Yo-Yo Trick is a repeating combination of Shoot the Moon and Over the Falls. The yo-yo used in the demonstration by Luke Renner is a fixed metal axle Duncan Wheel. Special thanks to Bill who performed a variation of this trick along with many others during late night string slinging at the 2011 National Yo-Yo Contest. Filmed in Northwest New Mexico on May 25th, 2012. Music courtesy of Stuart and the Juice Tigers.

00:54

1611

1

26-08-2012

[1]

Reach for the Sky

toby

Toby Walker tricks 2010

03:33

9525

25

18-01-2010

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Reach Outside

noslowerdna

A short juggling film by Andrew Olson

02:35

874

0

02-12-2014

[0]

Shoot the Moon Yo-Yo Trick - Luke Renner

stringslingernm

Trick featured in the video is "reach for the moon" aka "shoot for the moon". Special thanks to Dale! Yo-yo used by Luke Renner are generic and cost around $1.50 for two. Filmed in Northwest New Mexico on 11/5/11 by Izzi Renner. Features public domain footage and music courtesy of Stuart and Juice Tigers.

03:31

2910

2

13-02-2012

[1]

Showreel for the Heart

Ulrike

This is my very first showreel after graduation this year. I am very happy about it so far...I have tried my best in editing. It has been a long journey for me to reach this point in my life, I started footjuggling about 3 years ago and it has become my biggest passion. Enjoy

02:36

948

0

16-08-2014

[3]

TossaBox

erygordyh

I thought of the title all by myself years ago but it got shelved into the cold dark reaches of my brain until I felt I had enough tricks to warrant its use. Special thanks to Yuki Ituda and Tao Wei for inspiring me to explore the possibilities of tossing style.

02:36

1838

0

21-07-2013

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Tricks With Hats: Can Opener

TricksWithHats

Can Opener - Literally flipping your lid! Reach over your shoulder and head, and hold the hat in an inverted pinch grip Flick the wrist upwards and release the hat, which will execute a perfect single spin (honest). Coat-peg catch above your head. Minus five style points if you have to look... Plus 10 points if you can catch the hat on your head blind, and without the coat-peg grip. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:09

526

0

04-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Chest spin

TricksWithHats

Chest spin - Spin the hat down the arm, across the chest and out along the other arm. Hold the hat crown down in a outside grip. Flick the wrist inwards as hard as you can so that the hat spins fast and strikes the inside of the wrist. Allow the spin of the hat to carry it across the body and along the other arm. Catch the crown as it reaches the other hand. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:03

671

0

04-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Easy Arm Tumbles

TricksWithHats

Turn your head to the left, then reach over with the right hand to grab the front of the brim (in as close to an inside grip as you can manage). Lift the front of the hat and remove it from the head so it is upside down above the shoulder. Straighten the arm so it ends in an inside grip at arms length. Turn your head to the right so you are looking at the hat, flex the wrist so the hat lies inside the forearm then bend the elbow and replace the hat on the head (with your hand at the back). Repeat on the other side.

00:06

354

0

04-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Full arm roll

TricksWithHats

Full arm roll - Roll the hat from hand to hand along outstretched arms Hold the hat with the crown back in an outside grip in your outstretched right hand. Flick the hat so that it spins up onto the arm and rolls across the back of the neck (make sure the head is ducked forward out of the way) and down the other arm. As the hat reaches the other wrist bend the hand up and catch it in a inside grip. Make sure the arms are sloped so that the hat is always rolling "downhill", and practice, practice, practice - this is a difficult trick. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:04

660

0

04-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Full arm roll (backhand release)

TricksWithHats

Full arm roll (backhand release) - Roll the hat from hand to hand along outstretched arms Hold the hat with the crown back in an inside grip in your outstretched right hand. Flick the hat so that it spins up out of the back of your hand onto the arm and rolls across the back of the neck (make sure the head is ducked forward out of the way) and down the other arm. As the hat reaches the other wrist bend the hand up and catch it in a inside grip. Make sure the arms are sloped so that the hat is always rolling "downhill", and practice, practice, practice - this is a difficult trick. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:04

805

0

06-12-2015

[0]

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

00:06

433

0

09-03-2015

[0]

TricksWithHats: Plates - Willy Catch

TricksWithHats

The Willy Catch: Throw the plate vertically, then reach between your legs from behind and catch the plate in front of your crotch. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:05

467

0

09-03-2015

[0]

Y you follow me

Ed_Clark

A new pattern created using Aidan notation. The manipulators in this pattern are dependent, as clubs are taken by one manipulator and replaced by the other. 4 count static Y base, with B at the back of the Y, D in the middle of the Y, A on the left of the Y (from the point of view of D and B) and C on the right. Aiden notation for the pattern: A ps|ss|ps|ss|ps|ss B ps|ss|ps|ss|ps|ss C ps|ss|ps|ss|ps|ss D ps|ss|ps|ss|ps|ss M1 cD|--|sA|iA|cA|-- M2 sC|iC|cD|iD|cB|iB Starting: M1 starts back to back with D facing B M2 stands in front of C facing C We start with a ps and then the manipulators begin on ss. The manipulators start on the last instruction at ss as it is written above (M1 --, M2 iB) When M1 reaches the end of the instructions, M1 becomes M2 (having reached the physical location of M2 at the start of the M2 instructions). Similarly M2 becomes M1

00:50

1440

0

29-07-2013

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