A pattern thought up by Cameron Ford, and juggled here by KK, Lisa Ellipse and Cameron Ford. The base pattern is bookends (pass pass self pass self)
A pattern thought up by Cameron Ford, and first juggled by Callum Baker, Lisa Ellipse and Cameron Ford. The base pattern is inverted bookends (pass self self pass self)
That one was a bi***! On paper, it looked nice and easy – but we had placement problems (already fixed in the video) and timing problems… not quite fixed in the video. Download ambled LB notation
The ambled project is going one step further! Lukas and Juli tried juggling ambled wankle motor years ago. At that time, we were absolutely unable to get around this problem: the carry to A can only be given as soon as A has a free hand (at least, that´s what we thought) and by that …
This is one of the newest patterns to Europe (from Canada via the USA). It was taught by Peter from Winconsin at the PassOut 2019 to 2020 in Königswiesen, Austria. We are still debating the notation (so that may change). For juggling, carefully watch the video. The pattern has a “North Wall” side, that all …
The workshop is meant for beginners at 4-handed Siteswaps or Zaps (or both). The six patterns of the workshop use 4-6 clubs and also contain single passes, zips and a few Flips (4).
In passing, hijacking is where one passer decides to change what pattern they are passing and their actions transitions their partner into a compatible pattern. Collectively these are also known as “programming” because you are programming your partner. Most people use programming and hijacking interchangeably.