Don’t get confused by the active 2. It is technically a 3 1 1p 2 3p variation.
This is one tough Mini! Stella and Juli learned the siteswap at the 2013 ejc in Toulouse in the “Minis”-workshop by Tine and Doreen. We couldn´t juggle it, of course. So we practised. And practised. And practised more. And then some. Stella went to Madagaskar. She came back. We practised. Stella went to Edinburgh. She came back – we did it! Finally! Yay!
With balls, those patterns are super easy – they can be juggled by non-jugglers, even.
One siteswap, 2 variations: standing face to face or side by side. Both can be “used” to share a bottle of beer!
A quite easy side-by-side passing pattern.
Holy Grail is probably the most hard well-known 7 club passing pattern (correct me if you know a harder one)! There are no selves, and the three passes are at three different heights (singlepass, doublepass, zap), so the timing is most important. Two or more clubs that go to the same receiving hand one after …
Martin and me got a little crazy at the Super Juggling convention and are now planning to juggle and tape some patterns from Christian Kästner´s compatible siteswaps list. As far as we can, anyway. Here´s our first – an easy 4 club one to practise zaps and flips. And yes, that´s Martin at the guitar. …