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Teku Contact - Stackageddon - 3 - Handiwork

Teku

Stack tricks while use only the hands, no rolling. Next week is the toss/cigar influenced video, then two weeks later I plan to make a little bonus video with some stuff I have been playing with this week.

03:51

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08-09-2013

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Teku Contact - Stackageddon - 4 - Wannabe

Teku

Stack tricks influenced by cigar boxes and toss juggling. Still work in progress. Some weird waves in the video possibly due to LED lighting/framerate?/nMight make one more vid in this series with a few leftover bits, we'll see!

03:05

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15-09-2013

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Trailer | Funkenflug | Marian Mey

MM

For Booking & more info: http://marianmey.blogspot.de/

00:49

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27-05-2013

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Union Jack - British Flag - Yo-Yo String Trick - Luke Renner

stringslingernm

British Flag Yo-Yo String Trick Instructional Video demonstrated by Luke Renner. Yo-Yo used in the demo is Dale Oliver's Dragonfly a light-up and glow-in-the-dark yo-yo by Spintastics. Special thanks to Dale. Footage shot in Northwest New Mexico on 11/5/11. Trick details: The video also uses works from the public domain.

01:30

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24-06-2016

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Walk the Dog & Rock the Baby - Double Feature

stringslingernm

Double feature of two old school string slinging classics. Rock the Baby trick variations include: Rock the Baby on the Trapeze, Rock the Baby on the Eiffel Tower, World's Smallest Rock the Baby, Pyramid Rock, Rock the Baby on the Brain Twister, Split the Atom and Rock the Baby, and Rock the Baby on the Launch Pad/Launchpad. Yo-Yos used in the demo: Playmaxx Turbo Bumblebee, Duncan Dragonfly, Yoyo Factory NorthStar, and the Moose Toys Goyo Racer yoyo (dog off leash). Footage filmed in 2008, 2010 and 2011 in Northwest NM by Andrew Gomez, Luke Renner and Izzi Renner. Features public domain footage and audio.

03:50

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23-04-2011

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珍しい二人のブラジル人ジャグラー (Part 1)

lucasadverse

In case you are wondering why everything's so Japanese about the video, the reason is because we wanted to convey the message that we are very influenced by their juggling in a different way. The main idea of the video is not to copy tricks from Japanese people, but to show variations and tricks that we made based on their tricks. The second part of the video is coming soon and won't have Japan as a theme. Thanks so much for watching! (P.S. half of the description is supposed to be in Japanese, but since there isn't enough space here I couldn't include it. To read it, check out the YouTube link). Inspirations: Adverse – Jr. (Ryohei Kimura), Kota Hayashi (3hirota), Kouta Ōhashi, Yoshiya and HITOketsuraku. Rick - asf360, Shiomi (shiomi2112), Koichi Miyamoto (m5813k) and Lucas Adverse. Music: I had to merge two tracks into one because we had too much footage :P Rip Slyme – Galaxy Rip Slyme – Joint Location: Praça da Liberdade - Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

06:28

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01-08-2014

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