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Triathlon Juggling Training

JugglingJoe

Juggling while swimming, biking, running. Preparing for a triathlon on April 21, 2012. To donate to my fundraising charity (Ronald McDonald House Charities) and learn more about the triathlon, please visit: http://www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/joesalter

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10-02-2012

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Triathlon Juggling World Record

JugglingJoe

Juggling while completing a triathlon. (1/4 mile swim, 16.2 mile bike, 4 mile run) April 21, 2012 Joe Salter Hope you enjoy the video. Also, please spare me the "unicycle" suggestion comments or "you should have done a 3 ball cascade" while riding no-handed comments. If you don't know anything about triathlons, then those comments are very naive, because you have no idea what a race like this entails. I spent 10 months training, researching, and fine tuning what works. Until you actually get out there and see what "works" then try to understand that what looks good on paper, doesn't always translate into good practice. Enjoy! -Joe

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03-05-2012

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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...

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15-03-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Backcross to head catch

TricksWithHats

Backcross to head catch - Throw the hat behind your back, and catch it on your head. Like most throwing moves, this is a variation on the Throw to head - so it's probably a good idea to learn that first! Hold the hat in your right hand using an inside grip, spread your fingers out nice and wide as you would for a normal throw to the head. Swing your arm out to the side, so that the crown of the hat is pointing downwards. Bring your arm behind your back and release the hat so that it does a nice, high, slow spin above your left shoulder. As the hat descends, look up into it and catch it in the same way that you would for a standard throw to the head. Top Tip: The catching part is easier if you turn your head towards your left shoulder just before the catch. Oh, and obviously learn this throw from both hands... From the TricksWithHats archive

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04-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Coat Peg (same hand)

TricksWithHats

A nice variation on the Coat Peg. Hold the hat in an inside grip at waist height and throw it upwards with half a spin. As the hat flies upwards quickly stick your throwing hand up in the air and catch it. The key is to spread the fingers on your throwing hand as much as possible and hold your catching hand in a coat peg grip. The hat lands on your thumb like it's landing on a coatpeg.

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04-12-2015

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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.

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06-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Steve Rawlings Twisty Hat Catch

TricksWithHats

Steve Rawlings showed me this trick in Birmingham and said that he used to do it in every show, but now that he's older (and a little rounder :-) he can't get it every time any more. Steve uses a china plate for this trick, but it works with hats too which is why it's here! :-) Take the hat in your right hand, using an inside grip and hold it so that the crown of the hat is facing to the left. Throw the hat virtically with some spin, and then do the following while the hat is in the air... Put your right hand between your legs Take the hand around the back of the right leg Stand on your left leg and move the right hand & foot behind the left leg Then, catch the descending hat in your right hand, from that position. Without falling over. Top Tips: Practice the "tangle yourself up" bit first without the catch. Keep your eye on the hat as it decends, practice loads... Luke Burrage managed to get this on video within 30 minutes. I've been trying for weeks and can't do it. It's pretty hard.

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15-03-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Sweavo's Hatstand

TricksWithHats

The hatstand made its debut at chocfest 7, where I was compering. After a period of prototyping and refining, I built the version that worked. I demoed this a couple of times then it broke. I replaced the elastic and set it up for the big day, used it on stage and it worked, then broke next time I used it. Be prepared to spend significant tinkering time in between uses, and for frequent breakdowns. That said, it's never let me down when I've needed it. All in all I've found it a great way to get chicks[1], if you don't count the long evenings spent honing the design and strewing the house with geeky construction equipment, and the fact you'll be laughed out of most nightclubs if you go in wearing a topper. But on stage it works, and it has drawn admiring glances from fellow jugglers and even won us a bag full of croissants on one occasion. Sweavo, June 2003 [1] facts may vary From the TricksWithHats archive

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24-01-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Throw to Head

TricksWithHats

Hold your hat crown up in an inside grip with the fingers spread as wide as you can. Throw the hat gently towards your head with a bit of spin. Look up towards the hat as it spins and move your body (and feet if necessary) so that your head is beneath it. As the hat lands, nod your head forward so that you are looking straight ahead.

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15-03-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Thumb Spins

TricksWithHats

Thumb Spins - Spin the hat around your thumb Hold the hat in an inside grip and spin it so the top of the brim stays in contact with the thumb. After a single spin catch it again in an inside grip. Once you've mastered singles try longer spins. This trick is very versatile and can be used to add lots of flourishes. Try adding one in anywhere that you use an inside grip, or just throw one in with your hand outstretched or up above your head. From the TricksWithHats archive

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15-03-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Twiddled Big Circles

TricksWithHats

Twiddled Big Circles - A trickier but nicer version of Big Circles Big Circles is a big, visual trick, but the grip change can be slightly ungainly. The twiddle that this trick adds gives a similar effect but has a smoother, if slightly more difficult, change. Mike and LP disagree on the best way to do this - LP's way, shown in the video clip above, is to do a finger twiddle, as described in the Forward Twiddle when the hat is at the top of the circle. Mike uses a Thumb Spin to adjust the grip. Try both and decide which feels more comfortable to you, there's little point getting both smooth as they look identical to anyone except a hat manipulation geek, and there aren't many of them in the world! From the TricksWithHats archive

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15-03-2015

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TricksWithHats: Plates - Thumb spins

TricksWithHats

Hold the plate by it's edge and spin it so that the rim stays in contact with your thumb. After a single spin catch it again. Once you've mastered singles try longer spins. This trick is very versatile and can be used to add lots of flourishes. From the TricksWithHats archive

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09-03-2015

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TricksWithHats: Plates - Thumb spins

TricksWithHats

Hold the plate by it's edge and spin it so that the rim stays in contact with your thumb. After a single spin catch it again. Once you've mastered singles try longer spins. This trick is very versatile and can be used to add lots of flourishes.

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09-03-2015

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TricksWithHats: Plates - Trebla

TricksWithHats

These are exactly the same as the throws with clubs. They work best with pancake throws. From the TricksWithHats archive

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09-03-2015

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Trigon

tdresser

To get involved with Trigon juggling, head to https://www.facebook.com/groups/trigonjuggling/./nMusic is "Flight of the Lulu" by Possimiste. http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Possimiste/~/The_Flight_Of_Lulu/nThe music and this work are both licensed Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/

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16-08-2013

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Trip salle en ciel

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16-02-2014

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Triple Duck

philgoku1

Sad raining day today, so I make it happy

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01-08-2014

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truco con tres y trucos con cinco

toncello

me dio paja editarlos y no vale la pena para mi pues no es la mejor camara ademas de que no estoy acostumbrado a jugar indoor por eso tantos errores xddd

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10-08-2018

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Truco orginal de PJuggle con antorchas de fuego!

pjuggle

One of PJuggle's signature tricks. Watch the two torches that are out...

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02-07-2007

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TRUCOS CON 5 PELOTAS ( JOSUE )

josuedbi

ENTRENANDO 5 PELOTAS EN EL PATIO DE LA CASA !!!!

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22-11-2012

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Turbofest 2010

DiaboloBros

Quick video I decided to make of Turbofest, which took place early in January of 2010 in Quebec City. Performers include: Joe Showers, Jacob Sharpe, Duncan Philpot, Aaron DeWitt, Shane Miclon, Norbi Whitney, Doug Sayers, Eric Bates, Tristan Nielson, Yan Leblanc, Jon Roitman, "Eman" Pinard, and Alexander Kulakov. It was a blast, and I hope you enjoy the video!

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19-01-2010

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tweede optreden in Rollegem

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05-06-2010

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Two Marks Balls and Club Routine

YoyoZeeTv

The Two Marks fun Routine with clubs and balls
2 - marks - mark - heap - and - saban - clubs - balls

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28-01-2012

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UG juggling sessari Nekala 2012 mitä vittuu?!?!

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14-10-2012

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Ulkopuolella / за пределами (sneak peek)

Samuli

Ulkopuolella / за пределами Ohjaus, lavastus ja valosuunnittelu: Rauli Katajavuori Puvustus: Laura Sariola Musiikki: Jalmari lavastuksen rakennus: Hannu Multanen Äänimaisema: Antti Koukonen Esiintyjät: Jalmari ja Rauli Katajavuori/nUlkopuolella – teos on karhean humoristisesti vakava ideaalikone. Alkulähteenämme ovat sirkus ja musiikki. Syvennymme käsittämättömään ja etsimme syvää kansaperinnettä tulevaisuudesta. Tervetuloa mukaan huviretkelle tienpientareille, joissa resistanssia ei ole./nEsityksen kesto noin 50min/nKantaesitys Joensuun taidemuseo Onnin juhlasalissa 3.5.2017 klo 19 Muut näytökset: la 6.5. klo 15 su 7.5. klo 15 ke 10.5. klo 19 la 13.5. klo 15/nLippujen hinnat 10/15 € (ovelta) paikkoja rajoitetusti.

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03-05-2017

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