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Tennis Balls and Can

james-thejteam

Tricks i learnt after 4 days of practice after never doing this before, better video up soon after more work :)

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27-10-2010

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The 1st Devil Stick Practice Meeting

Teku

The 1st devil stick practice meeting, held at Yoyogi Park. I went along to make this vid and help promote it./nIf you are interested in coming to the next one (to be held on July 7th) take a look at the website link below (It is Japanese only)./nhttp://www57.atwiki.jp/japan_stick/pages/15.html

06:34

1986

2

02-06-2013

[4]

The Adrian Pole promo

Ady_Pole

A British Young Champion and soon to compete at the world championships in America, this young juggler can, and has, juggled up to 6 rings on stage, and up to 7 in practice. Check out what he's up to in this promotional movie, with performance clips from the BYJOTY* and BCC**. *British Young Juggler Of The Year **Birmingham Circus Convention

02:36

7916

0

06-06-2007

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The Evolution of a Juggler

Exordium

I started in 2011, here I am in 2013... 2 years and 385+ hours of practice later, I think I've improved.

05:03

1085

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29-09-2013

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The First Kanto Cigar Box Practice

Teku

The first large cigar box meetup in the Kanto area (plus a special Kansai guest!), held at Showa Kinen Park in Tachikawa. A healthy turnout, hopefully this will encourage other people to go along to the next one! Came in useful for me as well.../nFor more information, have a look at https://twitter.com/kantou_cigarbox

07:49

4576

2

23-06-2013

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The Recent Decent

prsbcrich

Tricks from a practice session. Just some of the things I've been working on recently.
ben - nic - juggling - balls - contortion - penguins - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6

04:17

1899

2

22-07-2011

[3]

The Recenter Decent

prsbcrich

More tricks I've been working on. Sorry for the unimaginiative filming locations in this one, it's my new circus house practice space :D

04:17

1852

1

30-08-2011

[1]

This is 2013

dtjuggler

This is my new video after 4 years of practice practice practice. This is my very best awesome video ever filmed in my life of juggling. Worth watching it ;)

03:09

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0

15-10-2013

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Timeshift - Diabolo Video

Dominik

Had to film something before the winter's coming. I didn't practice any numbers lately, so this is mostly a technical 1d, 2d video. Just some integral combos I like, only a few tricks are really new. P.S. Not all clips are at best quality, since I had some issues with the rendering (I was dumb enough to film at two framerates :( ). The quality on YouTube is better. Music by Blackmill
diabolo - integral - 1d - 2d - 3d - 4d

04:05

1850

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31-10-2015

[3]

tNxJuGaRt

Toddyupa

Or you can call it 'Thanks Juggle Art', but that doesn't look as cool. Just a practice vid from Tues 22 feb, so minimal editing. Most of the tricks are new with the diabolo, except the Vertax one where the diabolo goes out of the screen (I saw Will C do it at MJC) and the infinite suicide one. And a juggling TV first: Hamish juggling with up to 5 balls. I'm good to make a tutorial for any trick at all!

03:45

3808

1

25-02-2010

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To Fix the Boredom in My Head

dalezilla

Filmed my practice session today and yesterday. 28th/29th December. Tried some new things too. Not to be taken too seriously. Location: Vernon, BC.

03:51

2949

6

31-12-2009

[4]

Torch Tech 2014

ClubMotion

Getting ready for Fire Festival Season with some Torch tech practice. First up Kinetic Fire and FireDrums!/nMusic is - Mochipet - Yoshi's Dinosaur Egg Hunt (Papa Skunk Remix)

04:48

1870

1

01-05-2014

[1]

Trap N' Roll (One Year of Club Juggling)

lucasadverse

I decided to try clubs and this is a compilation of all the best doable ideas I had in one year of practice. Most of these ideas involve traps and rolls because I've always thought this style of club juggling looks dope thanks to the people mentioned in the video. I would like to especially thank Jorge Vilchis and Yerel Ahumada who are two great friends of mine who helped me in the beginning. I started by following their styles and I wouldn't have created most of my tricks if it wasn't for them. Lastly, I would like to point out that the reason I progressed so fast was that I focused on these types of tricks, and because of that I can't even do backcrosses or juggle 4 clubs LoL. Music: Just A Gent - Heavy As A Heartbreak (Syntact Remix) Follow Syntact: https://soundcloud.com/iamsyntact https://www.facebook.com/iamsyntact/ Check out my other social media: https://www.facebook.com/jugglingadverse/ https://www.instagram.com/lucasadverse

04:12

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06-09-2016

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Triathlon Juggling World Record

JugglingJoe

Juggling while completing a triathlon. (1/4 mile swim, 16.2 mile bike, 4 mile run) April 21, 2012 Joe Salter Hope you enjoy the video. Also, please spare me the "unicycle" suggestion comments or "you should have done a 3 ball cascade" while riding no-handed comments. If you don't know anything about triathlons, then those comments are very naive, because you have no idea what a race like this entails. I spent 10 months training, researching, and fine tuning what works. Until you actually get out there and see what "works" then try to understand that what looks good on paper, doesn't always translate into good practice. Enjoy! -Joe

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03-05-2012

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Trick With Hats - Vanishing Foot

TricksWithHats

This is surprisingly effective when done well, it can really look like your leg has dissapeared! Unfortunately it's very angle sensetive, it only really works when viewed from the front. Incase you can't work it out from the video, here's how you do it. Hold the hat by the brim, with the opening resting against the top of your thigh, move it down until it covers your foot and hides it from view. As you raise the hat again, bend your leg at the knee. Et voila! Your leg has vanished! Lower the hat again, straightening your leg as you do so. Ooh look! Your leg has re-appeared! Top tips: Only raise the hat as far as your knee, and keep your foot hidden behind your thigh. A few minutes practice infront of a mirror and you'll soon get the hang of it. Bonus points: Make both legs dissapear, at the same time...

00:07

825

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15-03-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Back tumble

TricksWithHats

Back tumble - Tumble the hat down your back and then up again. Put the hat towards the back of your head. If you throw the head back you should be able to hit the brim with the back of the neck and have it roll down the back. As the hat rolls bend forwards from the waist to slow it down. Catch it in a inside grip with both hands. Hold the hat still but move your hands so that they are at the front of the brim. Flick the hat so it rolls up the back. As you feel it on the shoulders put the head back to catch it. Getting the timing right takes a lot of practice...be warned, this trick is difficult. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:04

997

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Flat Throw to Head

TricksWithHats

Hold the hat out in front of you, in an inside grip so that the brim is horizontal, and the crown is on top. Pull back on the hat as you throw it, so that it floats, without spinning and catch it on your head. Here's what it looks like from the inside. The key to the trick seems to be to keep the hat level, and pull it towards you as you let go. That and luck, and/or practice.

00:02

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Foot flickup

TricksWithHats

At some point, your hat will end up on the floor and you'll want it back in your hand. You could just bend down and pick it up (boring!), use a normal foot to head (less boring, but relatively easy) or you could use this little move... (Far more studly way to kick a hat :-) Place the hat on the floor, to your left, crown downwards and the opening tilting slightly towards you. Point your right toe, and bring it behind your left leg. Place your right toe into the opening of the hat, and give it a quick upwards flick. With luck (and practice :-) you can make the hat jump up into your left hand. Top tip: If the hat isn't quite in the right position, you can use your right foot to move it around a bit before kicking. Bonus points: Do it without falling over about 20 times whilst filming the damn clip for your website...

00:04

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0

04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Front Spin

TricksWithHats

Grip the front of the crown of the hat and remove it from the head. Hold the hat vertically and spin it outwards while pushing the hat up with the finger tips. After one spin catch the hat in an outside grip. With a bit of extra practice you can do this with two or three spins or do it in "slow motion".

00:09

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Full arm roll

TricksWithHats

Full arm roll - Roll the hat from hand to hand along outstretched arms Hold the hat with the crown back in an outside grip in your outstretched right hand. Flick the hat so that it spins up onto the arm and rolls across the back of the neck (make sure the head is ducked forward out of the way) and down the other arm. As the hat reaches the other wrist bend the hand up and catch it in a inside grip. Make sure the arms are sloped so that the hat is always rolling "downhill", and practice, practice, practice - this is a difficult trick. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:04

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Full arm roll (backhand release)

TricksWithHats

Full arm roll (backhand release) - Roll the hat from hand to hand along outstretched arms Hold the hat with the crown back in an inside grip in your outstretched right hand. Flick the hat so that it spins up out of the back of your hand onto the arm and rolls across the back of the neck (make sure the head is ducked forward out of the way) and down the other arm. As the hat reaches the other wrist bend the hand up and catch it in a inside grip. Make sure the arms are sloped so that the hat is always rolling "downhill", and practice, practice, practice - this is a difficult trick. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:04

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06-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: One handed forward tumble

TricksWithHats

One handed forward tumble - A one handed version of the forward tumble First learn the forward tumble. With practice you'll soon be able to quickly switch your grip and make it run one handed, as you can see in the video clip above. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:03

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Steve Rawlings Twisty Hat Catch

TricksWithHats

Steve Rawlings showed me this trick in Birmingham and said that he used to do it in every show, but now that he's older (and a little rounder :-) he can't get it every time any more. Steve uses a china plate for this trick, but it works with hats too which is why it's here! :-) Take the hat in your right hand, using an inside grip and hold it so that the crown of the hat is facing to the left. Throw the hat virtically with some spin, and then do the following while the hat is in the air... Put your right hand between your legs Take the hand around the back of the right leg Stand on your left leg and move the right hand & foot behind the left leg Then, catch the descending hat in your right hand, from that position. Without falling over. Top Tips: Practice the "tangle yourself up" bit first without the catch. Keep your eye on the hat as it decends, practice loads... Luke Burrage managed to get this on video within 30 minutes. I've been trying for weeks and can't do it. It's pretty hard.

00:06

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15-03-2015

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video bla bla

04:25

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08-04-2016

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Vnaygs Passing Routine Practice

dnaygs

Dave Nager + Vova Galchenko. A practice of our 2005 wjf routine from the Vnaygs DVD (email [email protected] for info).

04:10

6971

1

02-06-2008

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