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christiankloc

Before YouTube, we were all home movie stars. Stats on this one reveal a viewership of at least two: the giant stuffed polar bear (direct observer) and probably my cat, Chloë. 16 years old, year 2003.

04:01

1868

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27-02-2012

[0]

One ball palm isolation practice

vesperwalk

Excerpt from my video practice diary: never mind that I look like death warmed up and full of cold, I decided to practice anyway. Bear in mind that it's practice so I'm concentrating and looking in a mirror, I do smile when I'm playing :) Any feedback welcome!

03:00

4432

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15-10-2010

[2]

Pit Stop and Around the Corner Yo-Yo Trick - Luke Renner

stringslingernm

Pit Stop and Around the Corner Yo-Yo Trick - This video is geared for beginner players using fixed axle and responsive bearing yo-yos (responsive bearing yo-yos typically use break pads). Yo-yos used in the demonstration by Luke Renner are: Duncan Dragonfly and Playmaxx Pro-Yo. Filmed in Northwest New Mexico 11/20/12. Music courtesy of Stuart & the Juice Tigers.

00:52

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0

01-12-2012

[0]

Sharpe as a Tack

nsharpe

The latest video from the Sharpe Brothers (www.steinsharpe.com). Nate and Jacob Sharpe present a year's worth of new material in and around their home for the past year, Cambridge, UK, during the summer of 2010.

04:22

8818

15

14-06-2010

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Spring Break '010

ultimatewannabe

A fun video of spring break, nothing to serious or full of effort but some nice tricks nonetheless. Most of the footage is from my trip to Oakland where I got to juggle with Shawn, Kyle and the rest of the people at the Vulcan and the Vagabond Ballroom. Hurray for nudists and juggling, two things that go oh so well together. The beard section in the middle is to make Sondre happy or disturbed depending on how he takes it.

07:45

3384

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27-03-2010

[3]

The Long Haul

Duncan

All the latest tricks from... 2004?

02:36

1837

2

23-12-2014

[2]

The PX4 Video (Wes Peden x Play Juggling)

wespeden

Club Review video and 100 bonus tricks: https://youtu.be UbzNGtqfWI THE PX4 QUANTUM WILL BE ON THE PLAY SITE A FEW DAYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS! http://www.playjuggling.com/ This video was made possible by Play Juggling, huge thanks to them for their support of trampolines and reverse flips! Song: Gods in Heat by Tobacco Juggling: Wes Peden http://www.wespeden.com

05:11

2919

1

16-12-2016

[6]

the wall(z)

vilihendrix

diabolo video for FDA blog

01:21

1896

2

08-08-2011

[2]

This video needs more beard

Robbebeest

Reupload since it got blocked on youtube in some countries.

03:32

1048

2

28-10-2015

[3]

Train station

danda

Sorry, the music moved a bit :( I wanted to film more 7 ball tricks, but my arms were too tired (as always! :o( ... ) Hopefully, better tricks coming soon... Sponsored by Gballz! www.gballz.com Music: Podington Bear- Origami

03:15

6581

17

17-08-2012

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Types of Yo-Yos - Part 1: Axles - Luke Renner

stringslingernm

Primary yo-yos used in the demonstration by Luke Renner were created by: Russell, Playmaxx, Tom Kuhn, Monarch and includes a generic red and yellow plastic yo-yo. Footage filmed by Andrew Gomez in Northwest New Mexico 12/30/09. Yo-yo topic covered in this instructional video is the different types of axles found in yo-yos. The three covered are wood, metal and ball bearing axles. This is the first of a two part series. Part two will be released later in 2010. Music is a public domain jazz loop by Florian.

01:12

2580

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27-09-2010

[1]

UAC 2010

Christl

Ich bedauer die mehr als schlechte Bearbeitung und Musikwahl, dieser schreckliche Farbton hat mich nie wirklich lange am Editierprogramm gehalten...

02:42

2778

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14-11-2010

[1]

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

[1]

Yo-Yo Bearing Maintenance

Arron

www.arronsparks.com www.yoyojam.info A short guide to how to clean and look after your Stainless Steel ball bearing from a Yo-Yo. You will need: Ball bearing Yo-Yo Lighter fluid YoYoJam Lube (thin or thick) Tweezers Glass Jar Pliers/bearing removal tool Cloth/Tissue Ceramic bearings should not be cleaned in the way described in the video. Yo-Yo used in this video: Axiom & Sunset Trajectory NXG. Please note that steps in this guide can be dangerous and that following instructions from this video are taken at your own risk. Children should enrol the help of a responsible adult. Lighter fluid is highly flammable, gives off dangerous fumes and should be disposed of carefully as it is bad for the environment. If not followed correctly this tutorial can result in breaking the bearing or Yo-Yo.

02:42

3090

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29-12-2009

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