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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

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17-02-2011

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12 Ring Qualify at WJF6

Reeses2150

Me and TheNewSteve doing some massively epis ring passing over at WJF6. We nearly double qualified ten and then qualified twelve!

02:09

2821

1

04-08-2010

[3]

An Open

Mike

Emily and I wanted to thank all the people who helped make our time at the IJA this year so fantastic. In this video, we show some of the great stuff that great people taught us over that week. -Mike/nMusic: Sonic the Hedgehog 'Clockwork Criminal' OC Remix - WillRock Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past 'Sacred Flute' OC Remix - Blue.Nocturne Whip my Hair - Willow Smith

02:49

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28-08-2011

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And Here I Come

Hulafairy

First music video for Skerm's track 'And Here I Come'. Featuring Steve Kermode aka Skerm spinning fire poi and Sally Blood aka Hulafairy hooping.

05:51

2165

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23-11-2009

[1]

Aymeric's Traffic Light

lemgo

Hey Steve! Here's my version of the traffic light! I'm not sure of the siteswap though, but it's definitely not based on [34]23 as yours... Any ideas anyone? MHN?

00:32

2015

1

16-06-2010

[2]

Balls From CAUGHT - STILL /HANGING

Gandini

From the Gandini Vaults. Early experiments in Dance/Juggling. One of the Ball sections from CAUGHT - STILL /HANGING. 1994 Choreographed by Gill Clarke, Jugglers: Sean Gandini, Kati Ylä-Hokkala, Lindsey Butcher, Mike Day. Music by Steve Williams

02:59

3342

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22-10-2008

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Cage Steve

Sandy

This move is lots easier to do if you turn with the staff to slow down the spin. That said you will still probably hit yourself in the face learning it. When you are raising your arms back up to roll the staff down th inside of your arm, try to be as controlled as possible because that is the most likly place you will hurt yourself. Mind you if you already do staff another couple of knocks won't make any difference.

00:32

1170

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25-02-2011

[0]

cage steve min steve

00:25

913

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10-05-2011

[0]

California

BrentFiasco

Some highlights of the 2011 Isla Vista festival and post-fest juggling in Lancaster, CA and at Vasquez Rocks. The other jugglers were Jonathan Redman, Jennifer Szabo, Beejay Joyer, Matthew Thornley, Steve (TheGoHeads), another guy who was also good at teaching that 2/3 count passing pattern, Rhonda and Will, and featuring an aggressive beast-woman who collects video of the people she follows around while needlessly and sweatily shouting "harassment".

03:51

2110

2

18-06-2011

[5]

Caught Clean Bonus Ending

BrentFiasco

Featuring the Passing Zone, Tabias Walker, Jeff King, Laban Pheidias, Adam Adler, Steve Mills, Sean McKinney, and others whom I wasn't able to identify.

03:28

3915

2

17-07-2011

[6]

Clapping Music

Gandini

Juggling interpretation of Steve Reich's seminal piece.

08:15

3890

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30-11-2007

[3]

Continuous Steve

Sandy

Do a Steve and as the staff is coming up your arm cross your arms so the arm with the staff on it is behind. Transfer the staff onto your other arm. Meg does an interesting variant passing from her forearms Continuous Steve detail: Forearm Transfer

00:29

1338

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25-02-2011

[1]

DaveKelly 7-8

Dave.o.k?

Over a hundred 3 balls tricks crammed into 7 minutes, edited thankfully by Dave Stevens.

07:22

4593

1

02-10-2008

[5]

EJCLive Steve Howe Camera Interview

EJC-Live-2010

Steve Howe talking about the Cannon 7D.

07:02

1554

0

21-08-2010

[0]

Experiments in the Humboldt Bubble 1 : Poetic Motion Machine

poeticmotionmachine

We, The Poetic Motion Machine, juggled for hours one night, well many nights really, but this night we recorded some of it. Those juggling: Eli, Jesse the Sloth, Holly, and StevenWeven. So here is a very experimental juggling video; definately some moments of glory and inspiration.

05:38

2370

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13-10-2009

[3]

Front Side Steve

Sandy

This is the second half of the full steve. Try to get the staff as close to your throat as possible before switching arms.

00:32

1591

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19-02-2011

[0]

fs min steve H angel

00:20

823

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11-05-2011

[0]

fs stevetrix

00:38

742

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11-05-2011

[0]

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

1233

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22-02-2011

[0]

Half Stevetrix

Sandy

If you are attempting this move i will assume you can already do a steve and a matrix. As the staff is coming down your arm move your arm back as it gets to your elbow. The staff wii spin around it so you can go into a matrix entry. Do a matrix but as the staff is coming out under your arm, swing your arm in a circle to in front of you so the staff rolls down it.

00:23

903

0

22-02-2011

[0]

HOOPING DVD Trailer

TLMB

Trailer for a hooping instructional DVD by Peachysteve.

01:57

4326

2

24-01-2010

[5]

IJA Recap 2011

TheOmnipotentJuggler

Sorry everything is vertically squished a bit. The JTV size limit made me have to convert it and apparently I did so incorrectly. I hope you enjoy anyway! :) The 64th Annual International Jugglers' Association Festival, July 18-24, 2011 in Rochester, Minnesota. This year was such a blast! Thanks to everyone who made it what it was, and thanks to everyone who let me be obnoxious with my camera and film you at all hours of the night. You rock :) See you next year!

08:45

4138

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29-07-2011

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JoJ 02-28-2011

JoJPodcast

Co-host Steve Hoggan (TheGoHeads) talking about the new Shoebox Tour America dates, "Kickin Ass and Doin' Tricks", Claymotion, "Are juggling videos made to stroke the juggler's ego?", and JuggleThis 2011.

01:02:27

1766

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22-03-2011

[1]

JoJ 03-28-2011

JoJPodcast

Co-host Steve Hogan (TheGoHeads) talking about the move from ustream to JTV for JoJ, the IJA Tutorial Contest, "Eric Bates - Cigar Boxes 9", "Joe and Wes 4", Juggling in the Olympics, and the RIT Juggle In.

01:05:41

2585

1

29-03-2011

[0]

JoJ 05-16-2011 - Steve

JoJPodcast

Co host Steve "TheGoHeads" Hogan and Richard "Reeses" Kohut talking about the Fountain of light project, Michael Karas actually juggling the fake juggling scene from The office, Excalibur Evolution with Matt Hall, Does watching juggling videos regularly along with practice double your ability?, and the Bungay Balls UP 2011 convention. Excaliber Evolution - http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8561213688016430317# The Fountain of Light project - http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1554309288/the-fountain-of-light-a-luminous-juggling-machine

49:30

3109

1

17-05-2011

[4]

 
 
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