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Tricks With Hats: Hat Spinning - Basic Spin

TricksWithHats

Hold the hat by the brim with your left hand so that the crown of the hat is facing away from you. Take the stick in your right hand. With a flick of your wrist, throw the hat up slightly so that it starts spinning anti-clockwise. As the hat descends, hit the brim with the stick slightly to the right of center, such that the stick curves slightly upwards and outwards. This will cause the hat to spin as it rises into the air. As it descends again, repeat the hitting action. The idea of the basic spin is to keep the hat in the air by hitting it repeatedly with the stick in this manner. I find it helps if you look at the top portion of the inside of the hat. Adjusting the spin rate and direction: Hitting the hat nearer the center will give you a slower spin and more height, nearer the edge will give you a faster spin but less height. Obviously striking the left side of the brim will reverse the spin and cause the hat to go clockwise. From the TricksWithHats archive

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24-01-2015

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Tricks With Hats: One arm tumble

TricksWithHats

Hold the arm out to the side and move the head so that you are looking directly along the arm. Use the neck chop to knock the hat and a let it roll down the arm. Catch it with an inside grip. Raise the arm up and flick the hat back along it. Tuck the chin in beside the shoulder as the hat gets close and it will pop back onto the head. The key to this trick is to move your arm so that the hat is always rolling "downhill".

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690

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04-12-2015

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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.

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06-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Sweavo's Hatstand

TricksWithHats

The hatstand made its debut at chocfest 7, where I was compering. After a period of prototyping and refining, I built the version that worked. I demoed this a couple of times then it broke. I replaced the elastic and set it up for the big day, used it on stage and it worked, then broke next time I used it. Be prepared to spend significant tinkering time in between uses, and for frequent breakdowns. That said, it's never let me down when I've needed it. All in all I've found it a great way to get chicks[1], if you don't count the long evenings spent honing the design and strewing the house with geeky construction equipment, and the fact you'll be laughed out of most nightclubs if you go in wearing a topper. But on stage it works, and it has drawn admiring glances from fellow jugglers and even won us a bag full of croissants on one occasion. Sweavo, June 2003 [1] facts may vary From the TricksWithHats archive

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24-01-2015

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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

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15-03-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Upward twiddle

TricksWithHats

Upward twiddle - Twiddle the hat directly above the head Use a palm-up fork grip on both sides the hat, and lift it off the head and straight up. Remove the ring fingers from the brim and twist the hat between the fore and middle fingers. Stop the spin by gripping the brim between the fore fingers and thumb. You can either place it straight back on the head, or reverse the twiddle on the way back down. From the TricksWithHats Archive

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879

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04-12-2015

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TricksWithHats: Plates - Twistover

TricksWithHats

Start with plate flat on your right hand. Swing it in a full anti-clockwise circle, twisting your wrist over at the top so the plate finishes back in its original position with your shoulder and wrist twisted to support it. Reverse the move to unkink your arm. It's also possible to stop the plate at the top of the circle and bring it back down the way it came. From the TricksWithHats archive

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09-03-2015

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TricksWithHats: Plates - Vertical Throw

TricksWithHats

The plate is held and thrown vertically, and spins in the vertical plane. Jugglers will recognise this as the way that rings are usually thrown. From the TricksWithHats archive

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791

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09-03-2015

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Trixie Firschke - Broadway Melody of 1940

belette

Classic video of Trixie Firschke in the movie "Broadway Melody of 1940" with Fred Astaire

03:45

2378

0

14-05-2017

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Trixie Larue - Broadway Melody of 1940

disco

Scene from a film with Trixie showing off her tricks to Fred Astaire

03:40

19622

4

28-04-2007

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twhSidewaysTwiddle.mpeg

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534

0

15-03-2015

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twistin' Timo turns the trick

Mathias;P.

twistin' Timo turns the trick with one Diabolo - very nice one by the way - looks pretty cool, i like it.

00:14

1098

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19-02-2015

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Ulrike Storch footjugling hoop with shoes

Ulrike

my new toy, the hoop! until now i was laways juggling with out shoes...so this is a project with shoes. enjoy. Text from the book "400 years of juggling" by Karl Heinz Ziehten

04:37

1861

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06-10-2013

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Une paire pour deux - Compagnie Tilos

Thoum

La compagnie Tilos vous propose son spectacle "Une paire pour deux", un duo dédié au passing avec seulement une paire de baguettes et un diabolo. Le choix d'un matériel minimal est une contrainte particulière qui mène vers des ressorts techniques originaux, et pousse le passing dans une voie encore peu explorée. The Tilos Company presents the show "A pair for two", a duet based on diabolo passing with only one pair of sticks and one diabolo. The choice to make a whole act with such a few number of juggling props is a really intersting constraint that leads to an original technical research and brings the diabolo passing in a way no mutch developped.

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4843

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30-12-2008

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Verloren Licht (Lost Light)

guidovanhout

The public moves around at night in a forest, senses are widened and opened for a performance-voyage inspired on getting in touch with forgotten dreams and on percieving put away desires. All surround music, all suround light sculpture, movement and light juggling. Show time 25 minutes.

01:27

3478

3

16-10-2010

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Verloren Licht +3min (Lost Light)

guidovanhout

All surround music, all suround light sculpture, movement and light juggling at night in a nature. Senses are widened and opened for a performance-voyage inspired on getting in touch with forgotten dreams and on percieving put away desires. Show time 25 minutes. adapable to various outdoor locations.

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2541

2

23-02-2011

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Vodka con hielo

Wis

I went for a practice but the weather was really nice and there was a perfectly frozen lake, I couldn't resist filming something (some of the warming up combos of my practices actually) with the little battery I had left. As always, no so hard stuff but pretty solid (take into account the slippery surface). Hope you like it

03:08

3050

2

06-04-2011

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W. C. Fields - The Great McGonigle

Archive

W. C. Fields' juggling routine in the 1934 film The Old Fashioned Way.

04:52

28461

1

01-06-2007

[3]

Way Back When

anarki_juggler

[Ed: Choose "Fit to window" in the flash player for correct aspect ratio.] Sorry it took so long. This footage is from about 6 months ago, I was unemployed, 25 pounds heavier, and my beanbags were new. The editing is fresh though. I would like to announce that I am working on many new tricks at the moment, for a video to be released around the start of the new year to help me go to my first EJC. So please send this video around, rate, comment, and subscribe (on youtube) so you can see what I have been working on. Thank You : ) Music: Buck 65- Way Back When

03:41

3570

1

11-11-2009

[6]

Week 1 Contact Juggling

mozzareta

Well this is me after one week of Contact Juggling, I know, pretty much a mess, I have a long way to go, and for some reason the presence of the camera made me serious and look a bit scary... I'm not like that when I practice, I smile, I promise! :) Any advise, tips, corrections very very very welcome! Help pleaseee!

03:25

4305

2

03-12-2009

[4]

Welcome Home

MJA

Hi! My new diabolo video, filmed all the tricks in two days in Hemsedal, Norway! Enjoy!

04:55

1744

1

17-08-2012

[2]

welly juggling

outdoor_freak

For the past weeks I have been playing around with different kick up variations. This is the result. A short video with some kick up tricks and balancing. Most still very rough, though. I hope you enjoy it anyways! juggling and editing: Silke Schirok club: Henry's pirouette camera: Andreas Hipper music: John Stanley, Voluntary VIII, a-minor from Op. 7 organ: Ulrike Schirok location: Teufelsmoor

01:18

7574

12

23-01-2010

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Why Not Take Out Var#1 - Dropbear

el_grimley

Takeout pattern based on why not. Not got all the way round yet but the pattern works

00:51

951

0

14-10-2018

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Will's variation of Marden's 3b trick

wpenman

It took me a while to unlearn my inside throw to qualify Marden's pattern for the Open Juggling League. I like the way this one emphasizes the slap throw, so I'm uploading it :)

00:21

2979

0

30-03-2009

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