A walk in the pattern is a combination of scrambled sAiBcA and B (iBcBsA). This is a combination that was deemed "impossible" because both manipulators interact with B on beat 2 and with A on beat 3.
A rather difficult but rather nice 7 club siteswap.
J1(3)x: Heff Zap Pass Doublepass Self
J2(3)ll: Pass Doublepass Self Heff Zap
J1(3)x: Heff Zap Self Zap Self
J2(3)ll: Zap Self Heff Zap Self
J1(3)x: Heff Zip Zap
J2(3)ll: Zap Heff Zip
No magic, here.
J1(3)x: Pass Self Self Zap Self
J2(3)ll: Zap Self Pass Self Self
J1 does crossing zaps – so he does strainght single passes! J2 does straight zaps, so he does crossing single passes.
The zap and the pass need to be a full beat different in their timing…so, floaty single passes might help!
The zap is magic, again.
J1(2)x: Zap Zap Zip
J2(2)ll: Zap Zip Zap
If you get bored fast, do the zips behind the back!
This workshop was taught at CoastCon 2016 by Brook and Nicki and focuses – surprise – on zaps. Zaps can be a bit tricky to throw and catch, but they are also great fun. This workshop is meant for jugglers who are already quite solid on passing and heffs and work on their zaps in a fun …