4…Medium/Advanced

Claymotion Juggling

Posted on October 23, 2008. Filed under: 1...Simple, 2...Medium/Simple, 3...Medium, 4...Medium/Advanced, 5...Advanced, Balls: 3 Tutorials | Tags: , , , , , , |

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Behind the Back Throws – 3 Balls

Posted on September 5, 2008. Filed under: 4...Medium/Advanced, Balls: 3 Tutorials | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

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The Fork Lift

Posted on September 4, 2008. Filed under: 4...Medium/Advanced, Balls: 3 Tutorials | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

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Truffle Shuffle

Posted on September 4, 2008. Filed under: 4...Medium/Advanced, Balls: 3 Tutorials | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

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Rubenstein’s and Romeo’s Revenge

Posted on September 4, 2008. Filed under: 4...Medium/Advanced, 5...Advanced, Balls: 3 Tutorials | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Two in one, explained by thegnome54:

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Mills Mess Shower

Posted on September 4, 2008. Filed under: 4...Medium/Advanced, Balls: 3 Tutorials, Tutorials by me | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Welcome to the Mills’ Mess Shower juggling tutorial. All constructive feedback and questions wanted!

Need to know before attempting this trick:
3 Ball Cascade – see tutorial 1
Mills’ Mess – see tutorial 2
Shower
Bonus to know:

Step 1
Juggle a 3 ball Mills’ Mess. Whilst doing this, try making every throw on the arm above when your arms crossed, higher. Kinda hard to vocalize but check the video and you’ll see what I mean.

Step 2
When doing step 1, you may realize that whilst that, when that extra high ball is in mid air, you have an interesting situation on your hands (metaphorically and literally). At that moment, you have 1 ball in midair whilst you have your hands uncrossed, with a ball in each hand. Try adding 1 round of shower throw in. Straight after that, go back into the Mills’ Mess. Work on getting this on one side non-stop.

Step 3
Do the same with the other side.

All Together
To get the final trick, combine steps 2 and 3 together so you have showers on both sides going constantly. You’ve got it! This takes a bit of practice but it doesn’t take that long. The only reason why I say this is advanced is because you need to know shower and Mills’ mess before learning it.

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Orka’s Mess

Posted on September 4, 2008. Filed under: 4...Medium/Advanced, Balls: 3 Tutorials, Tutorials by me | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Welcome to the Orka’s Mess juggling tutorial. All constructive feedback and questions wanted!

Need to know before attempting this trick:
3 ball cascade – see tutorial 1
Bonus to know:
Underarm throw
Mills’ Mess – see tutorial 2
Windmill – see tutorial 16
Burkes Barrage – see tutorial 6

Note: This trick was created by Ori Roth, an amazing juggler, who named it the Orka’s Mess. It is an amazing complicated trick and is truly original!

Step 1
Start with 2 balls, one in each hand. Have the one hand higher than the other hand and when you are ready, throw both balls inwards into the pattern. Have both throw in the opposite direction of your higher hand. Then twist your arms around to repeat this from the opposite side.

Step 2
Start with 3 balls. Place 2 in one hand and 1 in the other. Have the higher hand hold 2 and the lower hand hold 1. Do the step 1 where you throw 1 ball from each hand. As these 2 balls are in mid-air, throw the third ball in your higher hand and quickly catch the 2 falling balls in the same hands from which they were thrown. This then leaves you with your third ball, in mid-air. As it falls, throw the ball in your lower hand and catch the third ball that was just in mid-air. This is step 2, finish off by catching the last ball you just threw.

Step 3
This is the same as the last step only, after you catch the first higher hand thrown ball, you bring it down in a cutting action under the last ball thrown in step 2. Finish off by catching all the balls like in step 2.

Step 4
Here’s the hard part. After you do step 3, you will notice your position is kind of like the previous starting position on the other side. So instead of catching the last ball, you throw the 2 balls you hold like step 1 or the beginning of steps 2 and 3. Now we come to the tricky part. In order to continue the pattern, you will need the mid-air to throw as the next step. However, that mid-air ball (as the name would suggest) is still in mid-air from which we left at the end of step 3. To put it back into the pattern, you need to reach over your new higher hand (previous lower hand) and pull that mid-air ball back straight after you do the double release from your higher and lower hand. Now that you have the third ball in your higher hand, you can proceed to throw it back into the pattern like step 2. Finish off by catching all the balls.

All Together
Work step 4 out on both sides and you are ready to string it together. Step 4 leaves you at the back to the same position on the opposite side so just do it again and put it together for the new trick.

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Clawed 423

Posted on September 4, 2008. Filed under: 4...Medium/Advanced, Balls: 3 Tutorials, Tutorials by me | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Welcome to the Clawed 423 juggling tutorial. All constructive feedback and questions wanted!

Need to know before attempting this trick:
3 ball cascade – see tutorial 1
423
Claw
Bonus to know:
Columns

Step 1
This is simply the juggling siteswap 423. In this instant, you do it in a columns pattern where you share the middle ball.

Step 2
Now try a clawed column. It is quite difficult to get this pattern stable and even I, however amazing I am at juggling *cough*, can’t get too many catches with it. But that’s OK, the trick we’re doing only involves 2 catches of it in each hand so an ability to do some of it will do.

Step 3
Now try a clawed 423. I know that’s already the trick but as you learn to do this, you’ll probably find your spare hand which was doing this clawing previously continues its clawing movement. This is the fake movement on the next step of the trick.

All Together
To do the full trick from step 3, you simply add a fake shaking movement to your hand that is not doing anything. You can experiment with the fake shaking movement, some like to add a smaller claw catch there or others add a more difficult catch. Tim Kelly uses a fork catch and then claws it down!

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17131

Posted on February 28, 2008. Filed under: 4...Medium/Advanced, Balls: 4 Tutorials | Tags: , , , , , , |

Explained by KNSMR:

This is also called 4 ball high-middle-low shower. The 7 tends to be lower than it should be, so when you first try this, pay attention to the 7. One way to look at it is that from 4 ball shower, you throw 1 ball really high, and then do a 3 ball high-low shower underneath it.

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7531

Posted on February 28, 2008. Filed under: 4...Medium/Advanced, Balls: 4 Tutorials | Tags: , , , , , , |

Explained by KNSMR:

The heights of the throws are as follows, very high(7), high(5), normal(3) and pass(1). The height ratio of 753 should be something like 16:8:2. So, the 7 must be higher than you think. Each number in 7531 represents the travel time. 7531 is a logical extension of 531. Get comfortable with 531 before you try 7531. You can extend this pattern to 97531, (11)97531… etc. I’m working on 97531.

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