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. One passer is making an active choice, the other is passively responding. All transitions involve changing how many clubs are being juggled locally by +/- 1 club (assuming the passive partner makes …
A rather difficult but rather nice 7 club siteswap.
A nice synchronous 7 club passing pattern.
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 pattern was a part of the "Improving your zaps" workshop by Brook & Nicki. It is quite easy but more fun than 5 zaps 1‑count…
The zap is magic. Unfortunately we took only super beautiful red clubs to the beach, though.