A nice and funny “pattern”. Its a bit more like a concentration game 😉
Simons and My favourite warm up passing pattern. For us its meditative to juggle it. 🙂 It trains both hands, your concentration, your periphial view and you will learn to know which club is in which hand. But it is still simple and there is not much to explain.
Did you train Dust Devil??? Good, here is a pattern that adds a backdrop and a drop forward to the Dust Devil turn…aptly named “I Didn´t See It coming!”
Another new pattern – don´t know where it comes from, actually. It´s not Ed´s, this time, so I don´t have the notation either. The base pattern is a 4 person shooting star in 4count and with only 10 clubs. Before runnig, each juggler passes until having only 1 (not 2) clubs left, then runs halfway … Read more
A pattern created in 2013 by Ed Clark, using Aidan notation.The base pattern is a 4 juggler static Y passed in 4-count. B is at the back (or foot) of the Y, D in the middle of the Y, A on the left of the Y (from the point of view of D and B) … Read more
Experimente…mit Simon´s neuer ActionCam, mit dem altbekannten Roundabout und mit unseren Freunden aus Neuss – besonders Hoschy, der sich hat bereitwillig isolieren lassen… 7 Club 4 count roundabout with an isolated person: It´s a normal 4-count roundabout, just with one difference: one of the 3 people does not leave his position (he just turns). So, … Read more
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 … Read more
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… The funny thing is, we did not learn … Read more
A video from a great ejc in Bruneck, Italy! We used the awesome lighted football court for Kennedy. Don´t know which version.