For Christian it was absolutely clear he just had to juggle this pattern. I was sure against it as it is a right-left pattern and requires left handed ChopAbout (which I thought would be super hard).
Well, finally he convinced me to try and few hours of practice later, we took this video of a full round of ChopDolby. Next time, we should not go for super hard, we should go for impossible…
Originally from the Biowup crew, we tried this combination of a Standard Manipulator and Changeover with a Backdrop and a Backcatch first at the ejc and finally managed to do it on the first night of PassOut. It´s a fun pattern to do and fancy to watch…
Pass pass pass pass zip feeding 2 jugglers doing pass self pass heff zip, feeder doing straight passes, feedies cross passes.
Juli aus Ulm mit Marian aus Mannheim und Maya und Christian aus der Schweiz in Frankreich auf der Glühweinconvention 2015.
ChopAbout is a manipulation based on 4-count. In the base version in this video, the manipulator turns 2.5times in the middle – 4.5 rotations are possible…
La vache qui rit is a pattern by Turtur. It´s asymmetric and still both-handed. The clubs of each color always do the same. It´s fun and not too hard to juggle, provided none of the passers get stressed and speed up.
Juggled at PassOut 2014-2015 in Someren.
The most easy shamrock variations use only 5 clubs – or rather 4 clubs and a bottle 😉
This one has 6 clubs but is till fairly easy. Do I need to say it´s a drinking pattern, as well?