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2 quick runs with similar tricks with 3 and 4 Balls.

LouDuncan

2 quick runs with similar tricks with 3 and 4 Balls.
2 - quick - runs - with - similar - tricks - with - 3 - and - 4 - balls -

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1539

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18-01-2016

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3D Practice with bonus 2

Toddyupa

3D synch shuffle with up to 36 ott! Help my shuffle! Plus some bonus tricks, 2D and 1D. Hope you like it! If you have similar problems to me, go to Diabolo.ca! Tips are always there!

01:41

4522

4

11-05-2010

[6]

567-about

ponk

Roundabout based on the 4-handed siteswap 756; carrying every third pass. See end of video for notation./nSee also https://passing.zone/manege-a-trois/ for similar (but harder) pattern

00:48

998

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16-04-2019

[2]

7 club passing sequence with coloured clubs

brook_roberts

Alex and I do a sequence where the 3 green clubs are isolated in 4 different patterns. Start off with 7-club 3-count with the passes green. Then do 8677867 with the passes as green. Then 978 versus 972 with double passes as green. Then 551 popcorn (a2a67) versus 5 count popcorn with trelfs as green. Then back to 7 club 3-count. As they are all ground state, the first 2 switches just work, and doing: 966|7867867 for the first 7867867|978972 for the second preserves the colours. For the third, to keep the colours we did three transition throws: 978972|867|a66a7a6267 For the fourth transition, to keep the colours we did: a66a7a6267a66a7|b6266|966 I'd love to see similar ideas!

01:01

3827

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10-10-2014

[2]

Arslanov mouthstick - Cirque de Demain 1992

bad1dobby

Arslanov (Russia) with a unique mouthstick balance routine at 15th Cirque de Demain in 1992. Bronze medal mouthstick balance - ball & pedestals; stick balancing & spinning Arslanov is still doing a similar act today, and has a JTV channel.

02:49

1879

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09-10-2015

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Clubabout

Ed_Clark

Roundabout varient where one club has to remain over a certain point on the floor. Similar to tessabout in concept, but instead of a "lazy person" who wont move, there is a lazy club who won't traverse the gym. Possibly it had too much to eat at dinner.

00:51

1385

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09-01-2016

[0]

Dolby 7.1 Tutorial

Ed_Clark

Dolby 7.1 is the latest in the series of patterns that have manipulation similar to the classic Dolby Söround http://juggling.tv/1742 In this new pattern, we add a club to the Dolby 5.1 pattern, first shown http://juggling.tv/16656 Dolby 5.1, Dolby 5.2 and Dolby 7.1 were all composed together as a set. Seeing as Dolby 7.1 is another step up in the difficulty of manipulator patterns I've not gone with a standard pattern video, but instead added some training patterns - like a workshop. Workshop tips: 1. Keep the tempo slow when you are throwing the heffs - you are controlling the pattern speed. 2. The manipulation needs to be a little faster than you might do it in Dolby 5.1, as the tempo is set by the dwell+height of the heffs. Slow manipulation can introduce timing problems for catching the 4p4p. 3. Heffs (4) and double passes (4p) must be the same height in order to keep good timing. 4. The pattern is synchronous.

02:06

1686

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16-01-2018

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JoJ 06-06-2011 - Ross Berinson

JoJPodcast

Co host Ross Berinson and Rich Kohut talking about the WJF7 on ESPN3, Keith M's Poi video, Vova and Mark Bakalors Fatboy Slim video, a couple similarities and stories about art and it's applications on stage, along with notes on starting your own small business, and talking about the Nordic Juggling Con 2011

01:01:52

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09-06-2011

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juggling gualicho 1

pieterjan159

clubs k8 gualicho/nvery nice thin flexible handle knob similar to px3 but a bit more sticky in a good way lovely balance
some - ideas - and - tricks - with - clubs - and - balls - 3 - balls - 3 - club - 4 - big - jet - plane

01:27

1717

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26-02-2012

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Matt Hall is looking forward to BJC/IJC

juggle_sensei

Ori Roth and company asked to put together a little something for the Israel Juggling Convention, so I threw this together with the wonderful assistance of my lovely wife and Choji-kun at school. Seeing as I'm going to the British Juggling Convention right before Israel, and given that I'm teaching similar workshops at both gatherings, I thought I would kill two birds with one stone. Note: I'll be teaching a similar set at Barullo in Mexico in June! Banzai!

02:19

2768

1

03-04-2011

[1]

Mills Mess 423 Rr

wpenman

The variation of 423 Mills Mess where the 4 is thrown from an over-the-arm position. Very similar to time reverse Burke's Barrage.
trbb - 423 - mills - mess - balls

00:15

3884

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28-03-2009

[2]

Monobolo prototype 2007

Samuli

Monobolo is one sided diabolo that really works. This is old prototype of it. I wanted to make act with like 20 monobolos in similar way that you spin plates on a stick but with one sided diabolos, I also wanted to be able to do regular diabolo tricks with those as well. I knew there wasn't prop for that in stores so I asked Jürgen Kreisz to do that kind of thing because I really liked his diabolo kits. I think he had plans for that kind of thing already... Anyway I got the prototype and this is basicly first test video of it. Nothing special. Then Jürgen made more and we sold many in FDC. While selling these things we gave it a name monobolo. And that is sweet. Fun toy. I haven't made the act I planned, I bet it would be boring and stupid.

04:19

5422

3

27-12-2009

[4]

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

1682

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10-05-2011

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Osaka Jam - ジャグ練 feat. Ryohei Kimura (Jr.)

lucasadverse

This is the video me and Jr. managed to record in 2 days of heavy practice and thinking. I am very happy that I had the opportunity to make a video with him because he is one of my biggest inspirations since I started juggling, and performing these tricks was easy due to our similar style of juggling. It was extremely fun to hang out with jugglers from Osaka and this was a great end for my student exchange program in Japan. Please check out Jr.'s social media: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCckGUhxBEBi4FmQXaUMoTvQ https://www.instagram.com yohei_kimura/ My social media: https://www.facebook.com/jugglingadverse/ https://www.instagram.com/lucasadverse Music: Koan Sound - Meanwhile, In The Future Koan Sound - Trouble In the West Thank you for watching.

04:22

2060

1

14-07-2016

[6]

SGC9

Ed_Clark

Im dem Secret Germen Convention wir sprechen Deutsch sehr gut! A new manipulator pattern based on 5 count is introduced. The manipulation is so similar to that of dolby surround that we are taking the dolby name dolby 5.1 is also a speaker set and 5.2 has an extra subwoofer/pass

03:28

2828

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25-09-2017

[2]

Slackisfactory (and similar conundrums)

05:20

4455

2

08-08-2009

[5]

Toluca Jam feat. Jorge Vilchis

lucasadverse

This is the third part of my "jam" series which consists of original passing tricks with jugglers who have a similar style to mine. Jorge Vilchis is the person who motivated me to start juggling clubs and that’s why he’s the perfect fit for this series. This video was also a great end for my study abroad term in Mexico and I hope you enjoy it! Jorge’s social media: Instagram: @conejolunar https://www.facebook.com/jorgevilchisjuggler/ My social media: Instagram: @lucasadverse https://www.facebook.com/jugglingadverse Music: elijah who - hitchuwithdawork HOONTA - I Can’t Guarantee That But Sure Go Ahead Filmed in Toluca, Mexico Clubs: Long Delphins by Henrys

04:01

1340

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14-12-2017

[5]

Tricks With Hats: Coatpeg drop to elbow catch

TricksWithHats

This trick is similar to the coatpeg drop but instead of dropping the hat and catching it behind your back, you catch it on your elbow. Hold the hat in your right hand, and throw it up to a coatpeg catch in your left hand. Let go of the hat, and bend your left arm at the elbow, pointing your elbow upwards. Catch the hat on your elbow. To complete the move, straighten your arm and the hat will fall. The catch is similar to that in the wipe up

00:05

889

0

04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Dynamic Arm Tumble

TricksWithHats

Hold the hat by the brim in an outside grip with the crown facing forwards. Swing your arm up infront of you, until your hand is about eye level, with the hat tilting slightly upwards. If you let go at the top of the swing, the hat's momentum should carry it through, and it will roll down your arm. The movement that follows is similar to the one arm tumble. Look down your arm, tuck your chin in, and raise your arm slightly so that the hat rolls downhill and on to your head. Once you can do that, try throwing the hat from your left hand, and using the right hand to guide it into a dynamic arm tumble.

00:03

870

0

04-12-2015

[0]

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.

00:08

928

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06-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Twiddled Big Circles

TricksWithHats

Twiddled Big Circles - A trickier but nicer version of Big Circles Big Circles is a big, visual trick, but the grip change can be slightly ungainly. The twiddle that this trick adds gives a similar effect but has a smoother, if slightly more difficult, change. Mike and LP disagree on the best way to do this - LP's way, shown in the video clip above, is to do a finger twiddle, as described in the Forward Twiddle when the hat is at the top of the circle. Mike uses a Thumb Spin to adjust the grip. Try both and decide which feels more comfortable to you, there's little point getting both smooth as they look identical to anyone except a hat manipulation geek, and there aren't many of them in the world! From the TricksWithHats archive

00:05

987

0

15-03-2015

[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

1932

0

29-07-2013

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