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Aurora Starr - Burlesque Fire Promo

starmapstudios

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2829

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10-05-2012

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Bad Habits

toby

Toby Walker old and new. London, Norway, Wales

04:05

8947

2

13-02-2010

[12]

Baicircus

Nai

Baicircus es el nombre de la nave en la que entreno. Grabar estos videos es una buena forma de tener una motivación extra a la hora de entrenar. ¡Espero que os guste! Baicircus is the name of the place where I practice. Record these videos is a good way to have an extra motivation in training I hope you like it!

02:01

2156

1

31-10-2012

[6]

Balance, No problem =P

donvantheman

Just started club balances pretty psyched.

00:18

2684

3

22-01-2010

[2]

Be happy with Less stuff

lucianogondim

happy day in salvador...kids always are kids...

02:34

2643

0

14-09-2009

[2]

Berlin Circus 1973

Trawler

Tony Steele (USA) jumps from 20 meters onto an air cushion 4 metres square. Elephants and girl. Trapeze artists. Acrobat on top of swaying pole. The Great Doval (USA)- Tightrope walker on stilts. Chrys Holt juggles suspended by her hair. The Hortobagys (Hungary) teeterboard. Sandow Komlos (Hungary)- Lion Tamer.

01:55

7663

0

06-07-2007

[2]

Best Method: Throw Sequence (Brute Force) Transitions

btiemann

If you want to only watch one, watch this one. /nHere's a method to generate siteswap transitions based on where all the balls actually land; making them all work out amounts to creating a sequence. This is my favorite method, and it produces rather easily, all the possible transitions within the context of the throws that you've decided to mess with, either out of necessity (when throws collide) or by choice (when they don't). /nIf you're trying to come up with a way to write an algorithm for producing transitions, I would suggest that this way is the best way. It's deterministic, for one, and it's comprehensive, for another. /nThis is part 1... stay tuned for the thrilling conclusion!!

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3335

2

09-10-2010

[3]

Best Way

btiemann

The stunning conclusion to the Throw Sequence method, for asynch tricks. In this case I derive some transitions from 714 back into 741. This one also shows how to do a 0, and why I like numbers and not letters to denote siteswap throws.

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2935

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10-10-2010

[2]

BKA Competition Entry: Alex Smith

KendamaEdmonton

All of my footage glitched out thanks to my GL1 not working so well... but I tried to make the most of it anyways. (Submitted before midnight, Nov 20, according to the timezone I live in) This was 2:00 when I finished editing it... but after exporting it the length changed to 2:01. Hope thats ok :)

02:01

3938

5

21-11-2010

[2]

BKA Outlink - trick 17

Kendamatty

Kendama - the best way to spoil a romantic walk

00:00

1287

0

21-04-2014

[0]

BKA Outlink 2014 Trick #9

TLMB

Trick number 9 for Outlink 2014. Aeroplane>Slam Aeroplane. Any number of spins on the way back up is okay, but the string must be vertical and taut at full length on the slam. Keyword: Riding. Deadline: 22:30GMT March 30th.

00:30

1600

0

25-03-2014

[0]

Boppo's Whiteboard:

btiemann

Here's the "Level Of Excitation" Method. To use it, you only have to know the get-in and get-out sequences for the excited-state siteswap tricks you wish to transition between. Knowing those, you can write transitions both ways.

07:33

17513

3

09-10-2010

[2]

Brage #10

JuggleBrage

10th, and last video of the series. 1-9 can be found on my youtube channel (youtube.com/titleproblems) (except for number 4, it sucks, so I removed it.)

03:05

1867

2

04-10-2012

[2]

Breakaway Yo-Yo Trick - Luke Renner

stringslingernm

Breakaway Yo-Yo Trick. The yo-yo used in the demonstration by Luke Renner is a responsive Duncan Dragonfly. Filmed January and February 2013 in Northwest New Mexico. Cinematography by Izzi. The video features music from the Musopen project "Borodin - In The Steppes Of Central Asia". The sound effects were created for the video along with a few public domain/freeware effects from Flash Kit (Author: Adrian: alarm / Author: Daniele Saguto: birds / Freeware Sound Effect by Public domain: glass / Author:Todd Kieffer: Glass Break).

00:39

1817

0

07-04-2013

[1]

Bright Midnight

Reeses2150

A little cup and ball video I decided I needed to do cause, 1, it's bee WAYYY too long since my last juggling video, second, i thought of some cool tricks with these things :D/nMusic is Marble Soda by Shawn Wasabi!

03:19

571

0

07-06-2019

[0]

Brook and Mark

brook_roberts

In which Brook finally accepts Mark will never learn interesting siteswaps and they do a bunch of 1-count and 2-count. With apologies to the Highgate jugglers for my betrayal of ambidexterity! Filmed in November 2016 when we didn't have to rehearse the passing routine for Camvention any more and enjoyed our freedom :) Thanks to Mark for indulging me and filming, Danny for the terrible 4 way combo that took me over two years to get good enough to actually do (and some of the other ideas), and Jon for filming a little sequence with me.

05:29

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0

21-11-2016

[3]

Brussels 2006

Circoforum

Nice convention video. Diabolo Integral suicides were emerging and progression with 3d was in the good way :D/nCircoforum initiative. We're uploading good old diabolo videos and stuff we don't want to get forgotten.

06:52

1925

0

04-04-2014

[2]

Bungay 2007 competitor video

fak

In no way parodying other juggling competitor videos, training for Bungay...
bungay - bbu - balls - up

01:57

5713

0

06-04-2007

[1]

Busking Around Europe - JUGG LIFE 2: London to Portugal

MikeMorgan

We had one goal, which was to meet our friend Chris who was working in Portugal. The only problem was we didn't have any money to travel. So we hatch a plan to road trip it and busk to make money along the way - we started our journey in London and travelled through France, Spain and into Portugal.

07:34

941

0

14-02-2018

[0]

Buxtonbolo

Toddyupa

My new diabolo video filmed in Buxton / Taggerty where the Black Saturday fires are. I hope you enjoy this video as it's the last proper solo vid for the year ( I plan that anyway! ) That being said, enjoy! I'm good to make a tutorial for any trick at all!

04:03

3735

2

10-10-2009

[6]

BYJOTY09 - Luke Galloway

TLMB

Luke's ball routine in the BYJOTY09.

02:38

3240

0

04-09-2009

[2]

Can't Touch This

Amadeusz96

I have to buy tripod for my camera. Really nice tricks filmed in a really bad way. I hope you'll forgive me !

03:47

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0

08-09-2013

[2]

Casual Control

Flob

Hello all, This is my first real video that is not just crap. It is not very high standard and quite low quality but I'm improving and thinking of buying a new camcorder soon. Hope you guys will be liking it anyways.

03:57

3751

3

28-06-2009

[5]

Cate Emily: Without Ritalin

cateemily

This is the first of the "Cate Emily" videos. I give the title Cate Emily to videos that I feel make a statement about me. In other words something more serious than a quick practice video. I actually never even called myself "Cate Emily" until I made this video, but it started to stick, so I went with it... The title is true by the way, I went off my medication (anti-depressants actually, but Ritalin is more catchy) and made this video in a four day burst of caffeine/ADD fueled burst of mania. Bet you didn't know that, huh?

05:34

4612

0

25-07-2007

[2]

Chopped Dolby

brook_roberts

An ambidextrous version of Chopabout, using the turn from Dolby Sörroundabout. The pattern is period 11, although for all 3 people to do each part with both hands takes 66 throws. We do just over an entire round of the pattern (77 throws). In chopabout you do some substitutions, then roundabout out to allow a new juggler to be the manipulator. By turning out in the same way as in Dolby Sörroundabout you can switch to left handed chopabout - doing the switch on every turn gives the pattern shown Chopped Dolby. In Aidan Notation: A: Cs | ss | Ps | s | sP | ss -> B B: Ps | ss | Cs | s | sP | ss -> A M: sAB | sAA | sBA | iAA | cBB | -- -> M

00:53

3769

2

29-01-2014

[4]

 
 
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