A manipulation pattern based on French 3-count (siteswap 786).
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J1(3)x: Heff Zap Pass Doublepass Self
J2(3)ll: Pass Doublepass Self Heff Zap
The zap is magic. The pattern is tough. It has passes at 3 different heigths, so the timing has to be really good!
Flux compensation for the last pattern: both zaps are magic.
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.
J1(Nicki): Zap Zip Zap
J2(Juli): Zap Zap Zip
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.
James and Cameron taught a very nice 7 club “righty lefty” passing workshop at Berlin convention 2018. I especially enjoyed their way of marking the starting juggler with a crown in their pattern notation.
Tilman programmed an Android App for passing Siteswap generation. Features include finding all possible Siteswaps for a given period length and number of objects, easy filtering of zips, zaps and holds via check boxes, generation of local Siteswaps and calculation of start position and more!
It serves absolutely no purpose other than to draw pretty pictures of siteswaps — but that’s more than good enough for me! – Greg Philips