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bad1dobby

Diabolists of the Canton Army Troupe (China) at 7th Cirque de Demain 1984. Gold medal. Charming (and high skilled) act themed around throwing snowballs. One-sided metal diabolo, and traditional bamboo diabolos.

03:36

1971

1

21-09-2015

[0]

3 Club Concepts for 2013

ClubMotion

Spinning, throwing, manipulating, legos, antispin tosses, traps, and a lovely creek. 2013 is just starting. Lets get crazy with it. Music is by TB - "Infinity Beyond" Clubs by Kevin Axtell.

04:17

2642

2

12-01-2013

[7]

5 Diabolo Evolution: April 2013 to August 2015

RonnieSlowinski

Special thanks to Filkert, Corey, Tom, Milek, Dixie, Robin and others for throwing in diabolos for me!

01:34

1981

2

17-10-2015

[4]

7 ball competition..... over 100

Ian-Chess

After a year and a month, I finally broke 100 catches of 7. Posting this video for the 7 ball competition on rec.juggling. And in case your wondering, the date is in fact wrong and should be 2010 instead of 09

00:35

3775

3

26-04-2010

[2]

Circus Newsreel

LP

clips strung together from gettyimages. Highlights include a 4 person passing troupe, and a frankly sinister knife throwing act. Not all clips appear to be from the same sequence.

00:00

2864

1

26-01-2009

[3]

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

801

0

16-01-2018

[0]

Gallaghers knife throwing act

LP

Newsreel footage of a mother-and-daughters knife-throwing act. Connie-Anne, Collina-Sue, and Louella Gallagher. (Spelling?)

01:04

4172

0

28-01-2009

[3]

Green Salad

MrClock

Opera for prepare a green salad! Enjoy

01:02

928

0

17-09-2013

[0]

I am the very model of a Modern British Juggler

MatthewTiffany

I am the very model of a modern British juggler, Experienced as thrower, catcher, balancer and spinner-er I know the lazy juggler and I quote the fights historical The loses of Jon peat to brook in order categorical. I’m very well acquainted too with matters mathematical I understand notations both the siteswap and beatmap-able About the other props you ask I’m teeming with a lot of news (hhhmmmm, lot of news, that’s a tough one) With many cheerful facts about what Kendama the Void will use. I’m very good at throwing high like DB97531 I know the algorithms and find rubix cube a lot of fun In short in matters thrower, catcher, balancer and spinner-er I am the very model of a modern British juggler. I know our mythic history Vid Warren in the renegade I saw Tom Derricks rosie cheeks those memories will never fade Out camping in the freezing cold it always seems to smell of grass I even read Jay Linn’s great post about that night with Chris passé passe.

04:32

899

2

18-04-2018

[2]

Jon Anton performance 1995

Orinoco

Performance from Jon Anton featuring the golf club balance, a sword on knife balance, lasso & knife throwing.

12:58

984

0

15-01-2015

[1]

Kevin Axtell 2010

ClubMotion

My Stage Club routine in 2010, the Fist time I ever did a club routine without throwing a prop. Now I throw it more often but it was a wonderful basis for exploring manipulation in performance. it was also a cool challenge to move slower and present the shapes artistically. Thanks to David Pham for the footage!

04:42

1859

1

11-08-2011

[2]

Maluta!

MrClock

Having fun in Durango (Euskadi) with the audience.

14:50

591

0

23-01-2018

[0]

Mills Mess with Frontside Fake Shower

wpenman

First is a clip of Mills Mess with fake shower inserts. But it turns out that if you do flipped fake shower (where instead of throwing under the arm and catching uncrossed, you throw uncrossed and catch under the arm), then you can insert this fake shower in a different place. I borrowed a term from skateboarding and called this other insertion a frontside fake shower.

00:31

3585

0

28-03-2009

[4]

One shot, one juggler and one tub =

seth.r

Several takes, a lot of wet clothing, and one sliced finger...

01:47

4511

2

19-06-2007

[2]

Synthetic- Trailer- Wes Peden video

wespeden

45 minutes of juggling! 25 minutes of bonus tricks!! Available now for 15€ http://www.wespeden.com/?page_id=8 Synthetic is a film displaying the new work of Wes Peden. The material was inspired, in a concrete way, by the strength of each prop and how to best take advantage of these qualities. The general aesthetic of the juggling was particularly influences by asymmetry, clarity, and trick shape. The video is 45 minutes long and comes with an additional 25 minutes of bonus tricks and remixes. inside you will find 3 club slapping sequences, the coolest 5 ball pirouette Wes has ever done, 25 new ring patterns, a German 6 ball piece, 3 balls and a sweater, THE THROWING AWAY SECTION, the holy club/cuphead/ball part, site specific head rolls, flipping forehead balances, the 2012 five club routine, and so very much many more! This is a pay for download product. Grab it here! http://www.wespeden.com/?page_id=8 Prop Sponsors http://www.henrys-online.de/ http://www.sportjugglingco.com/ http://www.renegadejuggli

01:20

8343

4

16-03-2012

[20]

The Tornados I Knife throwing I The Good Old Days [1976]

escircofrenia

Knife throwing is the most common and well-known discipline within the impalement arts. It includes the throwing of axes, machetes and other sharp implements as well as knives./nTwo Tornados Irene and Rolf Stey are members of an old Swiss circus family who did a knife act between 1965 and 1985 and made various television appearances, including a performance at the International Circus Festival of Monte-Carlo. They are one of only two acts other than Elizabeth and Collins to have done the simultaneous combination of throwing from a tightrope and the wheel of death.

07:11

554

1

04-09-2018

[1]

Throw and Catch - 5 balls juggling

ortosrs

Throwing and catching 5 balls cascade - justforfun Music :Heroin and your Veins - Lovely Bone Structure (Extract) orto srs - Gravity 2014

03:30

894

0

31-08-2014

[0]

throwing from between the legs

ipekgurdeniz

you have to imagine the trick because of my bad framing skills :.(

00:05

407

0

14-05-2017

[0]

Throwing High

03:51

276

1

07-07-2018

[1]

Throwing stuff in Southend

pjperkin

My first juggling video. Only balls, Only Southend. From 1-7 balls.

02:58

1247

0

21-08-2011

[0]

Toby Walker @ BJC09

toby

The public show at The British Juggling Convention 2009. Filming, Editing & Prop Throwing - howie@jTV

09:29

9604

8

04-12-2009

[16]

Trick 5

putnik272727

1 trick - the new idea of ​​throwing

00:14

686

1

20-05-2015

[1]

Tricks With Hats: Back Rolls

TricksWithHats

Back Rolls - Bend forward and roll the hat across the back. Hold the hat with the crown facing backwards in an inside grip. Bend the body forward from the waist and swing the hat across the body tucking the hand into the arm pit.Let the hat roll across the back, aiming for the opposite shoulder. Turn the head to the right and watch the hat as it drops off the shoulder. Catch it in an inside grip with the left hand. If the hat is difficult to catch then you are probably throwing it too hard. Learn this trick with both hands, as it looks nice if you roll the hat back and forth across the back. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:05

614

0

04-12-2015

[0]

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

484

0

04-12-2015

[0]

 
 
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