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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.

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1920

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17-02-2011

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2 tricks 3

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21-04-2011

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29 Tricks for a 29 Year Old

Thom!

1. Skipping rope with a headbounce 2. Five club double balance 3. Bramson rolls 4. The plate and balls trick 5. Eight ring run 6. Tablecloth balance 7. Headbounce 5551 8. Bounce pedestal 9. ...with backcrosses 10. The ball skips the rope 11. Five ball lift on bottles 12. Cutaway 13. Pop to hips 14. Pop to feet 15. Balance to bounce 16. Bounce to balance 17. The pizza box trick 18. Overheads with a bounce 19. Bowl kicking 20. Four club scissors 21. The champagne bucket trick 22. ...dropped to foot 23. Seven club flash 24. Point to point to a thread 25. Shoulder bouncing 26. Salerno ring with a four ball shower 27. The teacup trick 28. Six rings with a bounce pedestal 29. Brunn style finish (with a color change)

04:04

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08-02-2016

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3 ball shoulder throw backcross cirlce thing

SDEandSE

3 ball shoulder throw backcross circle thing./nI normally see this trick done with clubs, but I wanted to do it with balls.

00:21

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11-11-2010

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30 Tricks for a 30 Year Old

Thom!

1. Tiny tablecloth pull 2. Six balls with a bounce 3. Knife & glass horizontal full flip 4. Seven ball twice around shower 5. Seven ball turning shower 6. Knife & glass balance cascade 7. 645 with a bounce 8. Nine ball cascade 9. Skipping rope shoulder bounce 10. Mizukumoi-no-kyoku 11. Crossed arm five 12. Bramson rolls under the leg 13. Bramson rolls with a flourish 14. Bounce with four balls and ring spin 15. Pyramid balance slide 16. Seven ball half shower 17. Headbounce reverse entry 18. Six into five with a bounce 19. Five with a bounce into six 20. Eleven double double (feat. Justin Sheldon) 21. (6x,4)* half overhead 22. Pool cue to cigar 23. Cigar to forehead 24. Forehead to cigar 25. 777111 variation with a bounce 26. Seven ball force cascade 27. Seven up pirouette 28. Headbounce skip cross 29. Oreo kick to face 30. Slide to mouth/n(31. 88441 with a bounce failure after failure after failure. Woof! Project for my 31st birthday...)/nFilmed at Cirque du Soleil "Totem" in Fukuoka, Japan (with special

04:07

983

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08-02-2017

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6 ball shoulder throws

jugglerdavies

Video I made while I had some free time yesterday.

00:16

757

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05-11-2014

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Acrobaties dans Moulin Rouge 1950

escircofrenia

Show en el Moulin Rouge, el hombre y la mujer ciclistas acróbatas hacen evolucionar las leyes del equilibrio, a continuación, el hombre en una bicicleta en miniatura de pedales sosteniendo a la mujer de pie sobre sus hombros. Despues un malabarista hace un número con los mazas y con una bola equilibrada en la cabeza salta a la cuerda y va añadiendo anillos. Johnny GRAY es el equilibrio del hombre en la moto y el malabarista es desconocido/nShow at the Moulin Rouge, a man and a woman cycling acrobats, evolve the laws of balance, then the man on a miniature pedal bike. holding the woman standing on his shoulders. Then a juggler made a number with clubs and then with a ball balanced on the head. jumping a rope and adding rings. Johnny GRAY is the man balance on the bike and the juggler is unknown

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09-02-2017

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Bethan Tichborne and Dave Kinder CCF 2009 Renegade Act II

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16-08-2009

[1]

BKA Outlink 2015 Trick 07 - Shoulder Throw Spacewalk

BKA

Shoulder throw Spacewalk (Reverse Aeroplane) > Fast Hand Base Cup > Spike [> optional grip change] > 3 Earth Turns Deadline: 1700BST April 19th Keyword: "And"

02:03

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10-04-2015

[0]

clubcontact # 9

CreativeClubChaos

clubcontact @ TADAH Shoulder+ 1beat Armroll and some halo-armroll variations

00:54

694

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01-07-2015

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Complexus

Lucas

Club balances, rolls, and cool throws by lucas

03:44

4348

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15-09-2008

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David Kha - 3 Club shoulder/backcross/vertical bat combo

happysmurfday

I shot this one night hanging out with Cirucs Aotearoa in Mt. Maunganui. In the background are Piper, Basketball Jones and Vanessa Vortex.

00:23

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30-03-2009

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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

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22-02-2011

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Half Past Thrash-Hurty

mattkiel

Kicking flips. Camera stuff by Ben-Christopher David http://instagram.com/benchristopherdavid

06:01

1043

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19-01-2014

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Halo Roll

Sandy

This is a good move to start with if you are new to contact. Turn with the staff as it goes over your back so it lands on the opposite shoulder.

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08-03-2011

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Handshake Variations #1

CreativeClubChaos

Old clip, dating 19.08.2011, showing one handshake variation we had been working on. Takeout --> Handshake --> Shoulder-Armroll :)

00:15

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14-08-2015

[0]

Juggling is a kind of magic

johnnations

I noticed Juggling.TV has better quality, and it's important for these videos, because the scenery is not only carefully selected, it is VERY hard to get to sometimes (part of this is in Finse, Norway!) Thanks to Kristin, Tom H, Brian K, Mike G and Sondre for helping me videotape.

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17-09-2007

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Lofi Body Rollin'

lucasadverse

This video is the result of me exploring body throws with clubs for over a year. It includes the best club tricks I’ve come up with since my last club video, and most tricks include shoulder, arm and leg rolls. I’ve been exploring these concepts because I feel like they haven’t been explored enough and I highly recommend you to try them out! Finally, I put a substantial amount of time and exploration into this so I hope you enjoy the tricks and help me share this video. Enjoy! Follow me on Instagram and Facebook: https://www.instagram.com/lucasadverse https://www.facebook.com/jugglingadverse Music: Sensi x [Slr] - The Maintenance EP (first, third and fourth tracks) https://soundcloud.com/lordsensi/the-maintenance-ep-slr-x-sensi [ bsd.u ] - hoodie weather https://soundcloud.com/bsdu/ Filmed in San Andrés Cholula, México Clubs: Long Delphins by Henrys

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298

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02-12-2017

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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.

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25-02-2011

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Multiplex Shoulder Launch (Passing)

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23-11-2009

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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.

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10-05-2011

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Neck Roll Armpit Catch

Sandy

This was the first move i learnt, it bruised my shoulder for about 2 weeks learning it but it gave me a good understanding of how a staff behaves on my back. Do a neck roll fairly horizontally and when you can see the staff coming round in the corner of your eye, lean to the left and bring your right shoulder up and catch under your arm with your right hand. After you've got this move try a 1/4 steve.

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10-05-2011

[0]

New 3 Ball Tricks

connorjuggles

My first vid on juggling.tv with just some simple 3 ball tricks and variations. I should have a more "techy" video out soon (hopefully)! But for now, enjoy!

02:47

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25-04-2011

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New Space

nextinline42

A video I made in my newly completed room. NOT meant to be a masterpiece, its just a bunch of ideas i wanted to get out there.

02:32

1206

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03-11-2012

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