A quite easy side-by-side passing pattern. The start? Lift 2p at the same time as throwing the 4. Then drop 2p. It is the responsibility of the 1p passer to hit the open hand under the 4 at the correct space and time! If you feel there is not enough time, try a higher 4… … Read more
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 … Read more
*** As not every passer is on the pass-out list, I decided to copy some of the most important mails as to resources and new patterns to the passing.zone. They are chosen completely arbitrary by me and not cited 100% scientifically correct. If you are the author, feel free to contact me! Juli *** Hi … Read more
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.
Munich and Ulm cooperating (even more than usual) for this one: a period 3, 4-handed siteswap passing: cute pattern & easy on the brain. Feels funny juggling. You should be able to throw clean double passes, though! To me, it looks strange to see myself passing – after all those Minis and manipulation stuff and … Read more
2 color code in WhyNot (pass self pass heff zip) that is reversed by Andi (easily).
Juli aus Ulm mit Floyd auf der “More props – more drops” Convention in Nürtingen 2015 – ganz minimalistisch mit nur 5 Keulen unterwegs.
At the EJC 2014 in Millstreet, Ireland, Anni and Tine gave a very nice workshop for ‘Minis’ – passing patterns with less than 3 clubs per person. There is a quite easy 4 club pattern for 2 people, 3p 2 2p 1 (“Benni”) which was also in the ‘Minis’ workshop at the 2014 Berlin convention. … Read more
Eines der Patterns aus dem allseits beliebten “Saufen beim Passing” Workshop. Entstanden und jongliert auf der Convention in Nürtingen 2014 von Juli aus Ulm und Floyd aus Bochum.