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Ball Passing Video

reverse7

IJA Numbers Champions Passing 11 through 14 Balls in 1 Count (Thundershower/Ultimates) Patterns. Includes worlds first 14 ball qualify. Juggling recorded in Chicago at Lake Shore Athletic Club and Alternatives inc. and in Athens Greece at the EJC. Music by Widespread Panic recorded live at the Chicago Theater 08/13/06(WSP)

03:55

9021

0

12-10-2007

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In the middle of the see- fire spread

Vytautas

Nice fire twirling video from studio of dancing with fire "Fire circle".

02:22

3498

1

04-03-2008

[3]

Let it Flow

ClubMotion

A 3 Club Motion jam that should be spread on toast with tea. Music 'Keep It on" by Todd Johnson Juggling By Kevin Axtell

03:15

2396

1

24-11-2009

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sacha clayton juggling sponsor me!!!!!!!

sachaclayton

me juggling hoop, knife, 3 ball, 4 ball, club and fire juggling i want a sponsor so spread the word :)))) enjoy

05:46

1741

0

13-01-2011

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Tennis Can: The Development of an Idea

happysmurfday

This is a collection of video I shot over the years as I developed a routine around the tennis ball and can./nHere's my recollection of the history of 3 tennis balls and a tennis can: On easter of 1989 I was bored and picked up a can of tennis balls thinking, "I can probably throw all of the balls out of the can and then go into a 4 pattern that includes the can." I quickly discovered some of the centrifugal properties of the can and began developing a routine at the Celebration Barn with people like Fritz Grobe and Steven Ragatz helping to critique my idea. At the same time in another part of the world, Scott Slesnick had discovered the same prop, but was doing different things with it. Neither of us knew of the other for years, but when we met at an IJA convention in Vegas one year, we pieced together the rumors we had heard of each other and decided that we had both come up with it independently and had been spreading it around the world over the years.

02:43

988

0

10-02-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Backcross to head catch

TricksWithHats

Backcross to head catch - Throw the hat behind your back, and catch it on your head. Like most throwing moves, this is a variation on the Throw to head - so it's probably a good idea to learn that first! Hold the hat in your right hand using an inside grip, spread your fingers out nice and wide as you would for a normal throw to the head. Swing your arm out to the side, so that the crown of the hat is pointing downwards. Bring your arm behind your back and release the hat so that it does a nice, high, slow spin above your left shoulder. As the hat descends, look up into it and catch it in the same way that you would for a standard throw to the head. Top Tip: The catching part is easier if you turn your head towards your left shoulder just before the catch. Oh, and obviously learn this throw from both hands... From the TricksWithHats archive

00:03

473

0

04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Coat Peg

TricksWithHats

Coat Peg - Throw the hat up to an upstretched hand Hold the hat in an inside grip at waist height and throw it with half a spin to the upstretched hand. The key is to spread the fingers on your throwing hand as much as possible and hold your catching hand in a coat peg grip. The hat lands on your thumb like it's landing on a coatpeg. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:04

451

0

04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Coat Peg (same hand)

TricksWithHats

A nice variation on the Coat Peg. Hold the hat in an inside grip at waist height and throw it upwards with half a spin. As the hat flies upwards quickly stick your throwing hand up in the air and catch it. The key is to spread the fingers on your throwing hand as much as possible and hold your catching hand in a coat peg grip. The hat lands on your thumb like it's landing on a coatpeg.

00:03

375

0

04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Throw to Head

TricksWithHats

Hold your hat crown up in an inside grip with the fingers spread as wide as you can. Throw the hat gently towards your head with a bit of spin. Look up towards the hat as it spins and move your body (and feet if necessary) so that your head is beneath it. As the hat lands, nod your head forward so that you are looking straight ahead.

00:03

447

0

15-03-2015

[0]

Zap Patterns by Cameron and Katie at TADAH

KStruthers

33 Patterns. All with at least one zap. All period seven. All with five clubs. All with two people. All for 6 rounds (where one round is 14 beats of the pattern globally). For our more playful video also filmed at TADAH see: https://youtu.be/-rO6grGcPis The list is written in four handed global siteswap notation: 1. 6662555 2. 6672752 3. 6672625 4. 7572662 5. 6752555 6. 7562555 7. 7572752 8. 7772255 9. 6782525 10. 7582562 11. 7862255 12. 8572625 13. 8672255 14. 6682562 15. 6852662 16. 6862652 17. 8552555 18. 8582525 19. 8852255 20. 8882225 21. 6692552 22. 6962527 23. 9962225 24. 9952262 25. 6929522 26. 9629252 27. 9269225 28. 7592552 29. 9527822 30. 9552662 31. 7a72252 32. a862225 33. 8279225 Special thanks: James for creating his siteswap spreadsheet from which we got our list. TADAH for having us to stay for long enough to learn and film so many patterns. Music: From the album 'Money, Blood and Light [LCL14]' by Plurabelle; licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License.

12:34

557

1

10-10-2017

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