*** 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.
Passing: If you stay inside the vanilla restriction, you´ll get 4 handed siteswaps with hands throwing alternately. This means, a 4 handed ‘global’ siteswap sequence gives you the throws for right hand juggler 1, right hand juggler 2, left hand juggler 1, left hand juggler 2 and again. So, juggler 2 starts half a beat … Read more
Different 4 handed siteswaps are compatible, meaning that juggler 1 can do a different pattern than juggler 2 – that´s especially great for juggling groups of mixed skills – better jugglers can pass a difficult pattern against an easy one. Christian Kästner compiled an online, searchable list of compatible 4 handed siteswaps. In this list, … Read more
Pass pass pass pass zip feeding 2 jugglers doing pass self pass heff zip, feeder doing tramline passes, feedies cross passes. Start: Feeder has 4 clubs, starting first the left and then the right feedie with pass pass pass pass zip with inside passes, then switching to 4 outside passes after the zip, again starting … Read more