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Lovely little routine

littlejugglers

Christopher having some fun working on smooth transitions between numbers and patterns.
juggling - 3 - 4 - 5

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472

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20-07-2018

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smooth criminal

07:47

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09-12-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Crown Pinches

TricksWithHats

Take a pinch grip at the front of the hat's crown and flick it up and forwards. Turn the hand round so the palm is facing forwards to catch the hat in another pinch grip at the back. After you've got a feel for this try doing it without looking at the hat. Either place it straight back on the head or reverse the process to return it. If you use a bowler hat make sure you take a really firm pinch to crease the top of the hat when removing it, otherwise you'll be left trying to catch the smooth round surface of the back of the hat. Once you've mastered this one it's a trivial task to start by pinching the back of the hat and flicking it to a catch on the front.

00:06

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04-12-2015

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Toronto Busker Festival

DawnDreams

This is some nice smooth footage of Goldie the human Statue busking at the Toronto Busker Festival

01:41

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23-04-2015

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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

00:05

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15-03-2015

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Suit & Tie Ball juggling & devilsticking

Swift707

3 Ball juggling and devilstick video I did to the song Suit & Tie by Justin Timberlake. I played around with a few different editing things to give it an old school feel. Routine/flow starts around 55 seconds or so. Check out my smoothness until once again I have a silly drop. Check it out, leave comments, follow me here or on youtube @ GregoryGazzano…just look up the name. Oh Remember to not where a suit and tie on a hot day! LOL

04:46

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30-08-2014

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Cliffdama kendama beach session

Cliffdama

so this is my first edit ever. i'm having a go pro since a week and we went to the beach today to try it out. i hope you enjoy

01:19

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25-08-2014

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Devilstick Mana

Swift707

A devil sticking video I put together to in a few hours…no choreography, just flowing. Haven't really practiced all that much recently but have wanted to do a video for a while. I have a unique style that combines, spins, traps, contact and high tosses, along with a little bit of smooth style….Stick life baby!!!

05:46

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13-08-2014

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BKA Outlink 2014 Trick #20

TLMB

A rather fiendish number 20. Aeroplane > Lever Cradle > Straight Arm Half-Centrifuge & Reverse > Straight Arm Half-Centrifuge & Reverse, smoothly into 1-footed Pirouette > Grip change to Sara grip & swing to Big Cup > 6 Moshikame > [Robin Gunney's kendama + ball sequence] Deadline: April 27th, 18:00GMT Keyword: Power! (Showing the Lever Cradle in close-up to the camera is not required.) No grip changes or string adjustments are allowed (except where they are obviously part of the sequence). Smoothness of movement may be taken into consideration as a deciding factor (especially in the "extra ball" sequence).

01:30

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25-04-2014

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3 Ball # 2

00:26

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06-12-2013

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3 Ball #1

tbalstad

A short idea of mine. Balls: 78mm Sil-X

00:10

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04-12-2013

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Buskonature

Circoforum

MIlestone of the diabolo. This video and the following creations from Busk pushed the style one level up. Nobody was as smooth with 2d as him! A Circoforum initiative. We're uploading good old diabolo videos and stuff we don't want to get forgotten.

04:31

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27-11-2013

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Home Base of Juggling Percussion

joelsalom

This is a fundamental move of my Juggling Percussion technique. It's a simple move but takes practice to get it feeling smooth.

03:48

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14-11-2013

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Salty Crackers 2

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01-09-2012

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markconigliaro

I came up with this theme after I realized that me and my audience like 2 different types of things, most of the time anyway (of course there are exceptions). I like small number, smooth and flowy stuff, not necessarily easy, but stuff I can do with 95% confidence. My audience, from what I gathered in public practices and youtube comments, they like the stuff I can sometimes do on a good day. Originally this was going to be a my favorites and best videos. But really, my favorites are what I like, the best is what you like./nSo I hope you like my videos! Make sure to watch part 2 after!

07:05

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14-02-2012

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a little story... (Part 2)

DarthDiaboloMan

If you haven't seen Part 1 yet, I recomend you to watch it first. I am really proud of this part :). This time I took my time to film the tricks smoother and I also thought of what I could do with editing the video, so that there are no black screens at all. This time the story is also without any break, you can see the whole one. I don't know if there will be a Part 3 yet, I will think of it. Enjoy ;)

03:36

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26-05-2011

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Convoyor Belt

Sandy

Another good move to start with, this is just a reverse elbow wrap followed by a forwards elbow wrap but in wall plane (spinning in front of you as if you were facing a wall). As with all contact, don't let go of the staf untill your hand is touching the contact point (in this case the outside of your elbow). This helps give a nice smooth contact roll. As the video shows this move can be done with hands apart (adding an extra beat) or together. It also leads nicly into pivots.

00:33

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10-05-2011

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Fishtail Carries

Sandy

This is basically a 360 fishtail done in one smooth motion. Try to keep your arm straight and follow the staff round in a big circle.

00:31

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09-05-2011

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Foot Fishtails

Sandy

As you can see in the vid the right leg works very much like the left arm in a conveyorbelt. When you get the staff onto the foot you need to turn into the staff so you end up in backwards fishtails. Once your into the fishtails you really need to turn your whole body each half beat to get it smooth (no easy task when your balancing on one leg and trying not to make jerky movements with the other).

00:29

1935

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09-05-2011

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Antiturn Matrix

Sandy

A tiny bit easier than a matrix because you are turning into the staff. Look at the points you need to start turning, they are when you start leaning back to get it under the arm. Again very hard to get smooth.

00:24

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07-03-2011

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Full Stevetrix

Sandy

I can't do this move yet so here's a description from Tim: Bacisally this move is just a way of combining a full steve & a matrix into one move. As the staff rolls down the left arm you need it to roll so the centre is a couple of inches infront of the arm (too much and the staff will speed up, too little and the staff won't make it round). The staff then goes round the left shoulder, round the neck and rolls up the right arm. As the staff gets to the top you propeller round the right wrist then let it roll back down the right arm. This is where it gets hard (espcially if you want it to feel smooth). As the staff rolls down the right arm you need to roll it so the centre moves behind the arm then roll it round the right shoulder round the throat and back up the left arm. It's tempeting to bring the staff round the right arm before it gets to the shouder but it don't look as good and it doesn't have the same flow to it). In short the move goes 1/4 steve - 1/2 matrix - 1/2 steve -1/2 matrix - 1/4 steve enjoy

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22-02-2011

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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.

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17-02-2011

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Flutterby

J4rle1612

This video has been on youtube for quite a long time now, but i uploaded it here anyway ;)

06:02

3602

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13-12-2010

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Top Billing

JugglEntire

Our best video so far, please try to enjoy. Music by Featurecast. Many tricks could have been smoother, though... This is very bad time to put such a poor video, you know, Eljas and Joona's "Adjectives" :D Anyways, big thanks to them (and Onni, Matias, Pranay and many others!) for inspirating us so much!

06:32

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29-10-2010

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