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Please Allow Me to Introduce Myself

dachamp

My introductory submission into the viral juggling community. Wanted to finally get my juggling out there on the internet so that its out there. This is just a taste of my ability after nearly 4 years of juggling, I will be putting up more in the future, so keep an eye out.

06:52

2303

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12-09-2011

[2]

Practice 4 ball to 3

Effel696

Keep practice session from when I started with 4 balls
4 - to - 3 - ball

05:35

1146

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14-08-2014

[0]

Prayer Steve

Sandy

This move can be done with or without the extra spin on the back, i like to vary it. Keep your hands together in a prayer position all the time you are doing this move or it doesn't count. If you can't get this move try continuous steves first, they will get you used to the motion.

00:57

1356

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25-02-2011

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Rainbow Siteswaps

Filthy999

The balls are programmed to be a certain colour determined by the vertical distance from my hand. The colour ranges from purple at the bottom up through blue, green, yellow, orange to red at the top of the highest throw - like a rainbow. It requires fairly precise timing to keep in sync with the programmed timing. Some siteswaps I do a good job with it; others are not quite as in sync. Music is Not Enough from the Gabriel and Dresden self titled album.

03:56

5863

4

28-02-2009

[9]

rainy day juggling indoors

01:51

1871

4

05-04-2011

[3]

Right One: Aidan Burns' Scrambled V Variation (sC iC cC)

Ed_Clark

__1__2__3 A: ps ps ps ->B B: ps ss ps ->C C: ss ps ss -> A M: sC iC cC -> M The feeder is "A", the juggler to the feeder's left is "B" and the juggler to the feeder's right is "C". The feeder counts "1 2 3" to make it easier to keep track of where we are in the pattern. On beats 1 and 3, A (the feeder) and B exchange a pass. On beat 2, A and C exchange a pass. On 3, juggler B catches the pass and walks on four count (rotating the positions anti-clockwise). 1. "sC": The manipulator substitutes a self from C to C. 2. "iC": The manipulator (M) intercepts a the pass from A to C. The juggler who was C is the new manipulator, and reads from the manipulator line. The old manipulator, reads C's line. 3. "cC": The manipulator carries a club to C. This carry is performed as an over the shoulder move. All the jugglers are re-labeled and the new feeder starts counting the 3 passes.

00:30

1793

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06-01-2015

[0]

saure drops

Eastsidejuggler1

Tricks keeping me busy for a long time... two or three times I got the 5stage shower pattern with 6 balls (j1f1b17131) but yet never finished it with a full collect. What goes up must come down!

01:02

1988

0

24-01-2012

[2]

sB iB cA: Aidan Burns' Scrambled V Variation (sB iB cA)

Ed_Clark

__1__2__3 A: ps ps ps ->B B: ps ss ps ->C C: ss ps ss -> A M: sC iC cC -> M The feeder is "A", the juggler to the feeder's left is "B" and the juggler to the feeder's right is "C". The feeder counts "1 2 3" to make it easier to keep track of where we are in the pattern. On beats 1 and 3, A (the feeder) and B exchange a pass. On beat 2, A and C exchange a pass. On 3, juggler B catches the pass and walks on four count (rotating the positions anti-clockwise). 1. "sB": The manipulator substitutes a pass from A to B. 2. "iB": The manipulator (M) intercepts a the self from B to B. The juggler who was B is the new manipulator, and reads from the manipulator line. The old manipulator, reads B's line. 3. "cA": The manipulator carries a club to A. All the jugglers are re-labeled and the new feeder starts counting the 3 passes.

00:31

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06-01-2015

[0]

Scott Sorensen Dog Days Juggling Mix

superjuggler

Here's some technical juggling practice that I've done this last month or so. Lots of juggling with a head bounce, 8,9,10 rings, 8,9 balls, 7 clubs and some balance thrown in there. Hope you like it, I'll keep practicing!

04:11

4773

5

17-04-2012

[7]

Seven Nation Army

Toddyupa

My August diabolo video. All tips welcome. Keep in mind I posted this about a month after It was fully edited. I'm good to make a tutorial for any trick at all!

03:58

2849

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13-09-2009

[1]

SISI2017-Round6

Kendamatty

Nice and short one this morning, I've got to get to work! Visit the forum at kendama.co.uk to keep up with the competition

00:24

981

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27-09-2017

[0]

SISI2017-Round8take2

Kendamatty

Here's my second attempt at the final round of sisiround 2. That yank keeps evading me!

01:14

1016

0

08-10-2017

[0]

Sling Ring Harpsichord Performance

SlingTrue

A game branded as Gyro Ring in the past, here is a fabulously addicting prop composed of five brass washers (beads) strung onto a stainless steel ring. To activate this prop you spin the brass beads and turn the larger ring to keep them going in perpetual activity. The ring can then be manipulated in various ways to perform a large range of tricks! This is a improv set slowed to 1/2x. These rings were popular in Japan and New Zealand circa 1995-1997 but remained widely unknown to much of the rest of the world. A small selection of high quality rings are available online at my website SlingTrue.org Please contact me if you have any insights or questions

03:00

1857

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04-06-2012

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Some boring progress

tomjuggles

Thanks for your interest. I just wanted to make a last video before moving on to the next neighborhood^^ keep juggling! tricklist: b97522 4up 67561 & 5up 360 645 5up 360 8x6* 4club 5551 bxx b97531 qualify 97531 (16 fucking rounds dude :) :) :)) d44444444 b975300 5up 360 (a 5up 360 under a 97531) 5 clubs 1 high 4 low 5up 2 stage 720 (d6666007722) db97531 to collect freak out footage ;)

03:12

2568

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16-09-2011

[3]

Spark (New Michael Karas Film)

MichaelAKaras

A year in the making, Spark is unlike any juggling film you have ever or will ever see. A rare glimpse into the creative, inventive, and always humorous mind of Michael Karas reveals extraordinary new juggling ideas, both with traditional and innovative props. Spark celebrates that feeling of euphoria that washes over us when we conquer something new, that spine-tingling thrill of "eureka" when a new idea comes to life. 11 sections of creative and high energy prop manipulation keep the spark alive and contagious.

01:26

7413

5

18-06-2010

[15]

Teku Contact - 38 - JJF2013 Free Performance

Teku

A little free performance I did at the JJF. I didn't have much time to make it but I tried to throw in some harder stuff than my championship routine to test it out. Gonna work on completely new tricks for next year and keep them out of videos so there's a bit more impact when seeing them, a lot of this stuff has been done to death now.
jjf - 2013

03:40

1375

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18-10-2013

[4]

The Living Room

Drolleboer2

A video I had made on a boring day. "Keep on Juggling"

02:29

4202

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10-12-2007

[2]

The Steve

Sandy

Originally invented by Mushy Pea Steve this move was refered to as "that move Steve does" and became known simply as The Steve. Hold your arm out in front of you with the staff a little above your head. Spin the staff towards you so it will roll down your arm and release it just before the staff is pointing straight in front of you. As the staff rolls down your arm straighten your arm a little to allow a smoother roll and raise your arm up. When it gets to your shoulder raise that shoulder and drop the other so it keeps rolling. As it comes onto your second arm raise that arm with the staff to give it the momentum to get back to your hand.

00:34

2259

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17-02-2011

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Toast: Aidan Burns' Scrambled V Variation (sB iC cC)

Ed_Clark

__1__2__3 A: ps ps ps ->B B: ps ss ps ->C C: ss ps ss -> A M: sB iC cC -> M The feeder is "A", the juggler to the feeder's left is "B" and the juggler to the feeder's right is "C". The feeder counts "1 2 3" to make it easier to keep track of where we are in the pattern. On beats 1 and 3, A (the feeder) and B exchange a pass. On beat 2, A and C exchange a pass. On 3, juggler B catches the pass and walks on four count (rotating the positions anti-clockwise). 1. "sB": The manipulator substitutes a pass from A to B. 2. "iC": The manipulator (M) intercepts a the pass from A to C. The juggler who was C is the new manipulator, and reads from the manipulator line. The old manipulator reads C's line. 3. "cC": The manipulator carries a club to C. All the jugglers are re-labeled and the new feeder starts counting the 3 passes.

00:48

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12-04-2015

[0]

tossing through seasons

potty92

Juggler: Bence Valkó Video & edit: Réka Bosznay /nThe whole project started as a lifestyle video in autumn, thanks to the last warm, sunny days. On a mild winter day we decided to continue and keep the recordings to make a one year long project season by season. The recordings were take accidentally: we didn't have a script etc. Nevertheless I like how the result of one year of practicing is so visible.

03:31

894

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23-09-2016

[1]

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

847

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15-03-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Big Circles

TricksWithHats

Big Circles - Swing the hat round at arms length - and make it look good. Hold the hat crown forward in an inside grip and swing it at arms length - twisting the wrist to keep the crown forward. At the top of the swing let go of the hat, untwist your wrist and recatch the hat in an inside grip, continue the swing and repeat as many times as you like.

00:07

912

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04-12-2015

[0]

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: 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

00:05

1700

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24-01-2015

[1]

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.

00:08

935

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06-12-2015

[0]

 
 
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