26-50 of 54
_ SORT BY: date _ title _ views _ rating
Kellmillenny5

Dave.o.k?

Three ball tricks again
dave - kelly - under - the - leg - bbb - behind - the - neck - above - the - head - double - behind - the - neck

07:39

3077

1

02-09-2008

[4]

Kellmillenny6

Dave.o.k?

Just cleaning up my hardrive, Three ball tricks
dave - kelly - under - the - leg - above - the - head - bbb - behind - the - neck - the - beatles

02:39

3196

0

03-09-2008

[3]

Kellymillen11

Dave.o.k?

More three ball tricks some that I quite like too..

06:35

2997

0

13-11-2008

[2]

KellyMillenny1

Dave.o.k?

Some new three ball stuff using mostly Thomas Dietz bags, I will put more up asap.
dave - kelly - bbb - under - the - leg - behind - the - neck

04:31

2815

0

30-08-2008

[2]

Kellymillenny2

06:27

2725

0

31-08-2008

[1]

Matrix

Sandy

The matrix. It's hard. That's why everyone loves it. You can do the matirx in 2 ways, starting on the neck like I do or starting on the shoulder like meg does here. To distinguish the difference I call this version a full matrix because it goes fully around your body and not just under both arms. I personally prefer the full matrix (well I would wouldn't I) because I think it looks nicer but it's all a matter of oppinion. The secret to getting a matrix is to really lean. It takes a while to get and takes even longer (a lot longer) to get it solid. As with everything practice, practice, practice.

00:33

2214

1

25-02-2011

[0]

Matrix Neck Wrap

Sandy

This is my favorite new move at the moment. Do the first half of a full matrix and you will find the staff wants to go behind your neck if you don't lean into the second half straight away. Let it go behind you and lean to the left to get it back in front of you (an extra spin on the back can help line up the centre point) and then do the second half of the matrix.

00:29

1707

0

07-03-2011

[0]

Neck Propellers

Sandy

I learnt these trying to get the matrix. The way you lean and shift your body is very similar to how you would for a matrix but easier. I go in from a horizontal pivot because it gets the staff nicly in plane. Once the staff is on your neck lean away from the staff and let it spin around the back of your neck. Then do the same in the other direction to get it back round the front. Useing your shoulders to push the staff round can help.

00:27

1672

0

10-05-2011

[0]

Neck Roll Armpit Catch

Sandy

This was the first move i learnt, it bruised my shoulder for about 2 weeks learning it but it gave me a good understanding of how a staff behaves on my back. Do a neck roll fairly horizontally and when you can see the staff coming round in the corner of your eye, lean to the left and bring your right shoulder up and catch under your arm with your right hand. After you've got this move try a 1/4 steve.

00:25

1830

0

10-05-2011

[0]

op shoulder matrix neck wrap

00:31

1981

0

11-05-2011

[0]

Patternorama

moremuesli

Body Throw Patterns by Rufus

04:11

4522

6

13-04-2012

[19]

Practice session clip

Zenoth

A segment from my practice session today. Drilling BtN (behind the neck) variations of things. It's still bumpy but progress is being made, slowly but surely. Posting on the web for concrit and tips from other jugglers. I start by showing the normal move I am doing/attempting, then proceed with attempted BtN variations of that move.

05:09

1776

0

08-05-2011

[0]

Quarter Steve Neck Wrap

Sandy

I like this move because people don't normally expect you to go back up the same arm you came down. As the staff is on your neck let it do an extra spin on your back and lean to your left and back so it comes round in front of you. Then lean to the right so it throat wraps back to your left shoulder and hold your arm out and swing it backwards so the staff rolls back up your arm.

00:39

1710

0

10-05-2011

[0]

Sitting Down is Hard Work 3

wpenman

Hard Work 3 focuses on really tough 3 ball work (plus a fun water break). The behind-the-neck catch I do with one ball on the other videos appears here out of the cascade.

03:13

2425

0

26-01-2009

[1]

SNES

Sandy

Go in underarm leaning in the opposite direction to the hand the staff is in. Do a shoulder roll at a slight angle and lean into the staff. As the staff travels across your neck continue to lean into it shifting your weight across. Catch under your other arm.

00:25

1320

0

10-05-2011

[0]

Steve Neck Wrap

Sandy

Do a steve with an extra spin on the neck and use that extra spin to get round your throat (giving the staff a little pinch with your shoulder and chin gives it more momentum). Lean to the right to allow the staff to pivot back round to the back of your neck and finish the steve.

00:23

1593

0

19-02-2011

[0]

strongman juggler - Vyacheslav Anokhin 1981

bad1dobby

From Moscow Circus in Finland 1981. Strongman juggler Vyacheslav Anokhin. He is 6'5" tall - that's one big dude! juggling 1-3 cannonballs; giant ball catch (80kg); juggling 3 cannonballs+head balance on rolling globe; neck catches with cannonballs

06:00

2239

0

28-04-2016

[1]

Summer tricks

ŁukaszUczkiewicz

A short ball juggling video made in 2013.

02:27

1336

1

24-03-2018

[2]

Sweep

Sandy

Bring your arm round behind you and throw the staff into the front of your opposite shoulder at an angle. You can either stall it with your other shoulder or neck wrap it round to behind you.

00:19

1461

0

10-05-2011

[0]

Teku Contact - 16 - Behind the Neck/Over the Head Ideas

Teku

Single trick ideas for a thread on .org. Thought of a load more afterwards as well...

03:21

1778

0

18-07-2011

[0]

Thomas Dietz Neck Catch

JuggleThis

Thomas Dietz learns a neck catch...

01:56

1835

0

07-03-2011

[0]

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

999

0

04-12-2015

[0]

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

1113

0

04-12-2015

[0]

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

1520

0

06-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Knock to Foot

TricksWithHats

Place your palm flat on the back of the head for a neck chop and knock the hat upwards with the little finger side of the hand. A few tries and you will see how much force is required to get it to spin 3/4 and land on your foot. You need to flex your foot as much as possible to stop it slipping off.

00:06

779

0

04-12-2015

[0]

 
 
  • Català
  • Čeština
  • Deutsch
  • Dansk
  • Español
  • Français
  • Magyar
  • Polski
  • port
  • Suomi
  • Türkçe
  • 汉语/漢語
  • עִבְרִית
  • 日本語