Box Shuffle Tutorial

Posted on September 7, 2008. Filed under: 3...Medium, Balls: 3 Tutorials | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

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Burkes Barrage

Posted on February 15, 2008. Filed under: 3...Medium, Balls: 3 Tutorials, Tutorials by me | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Welcome to the Burkes Barrage juggling tutorial. All constructive feedback and questions wanted!

Need to know before attempting this trick:
3 ball cascade – see tutorial 1
2 in 1 hand
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Bonus to know:

Note: This trick really should be called take-outs however, since a typing mistake in a popular juggling book, it has been taught as Burkes Barrage and now, it is much more widely known as Burkes Barrage. The real Burkes Barrage is similar to this version however, instead of carrying the ball over the columns pattern, you bring it through the pattern between the two balls.

Step 1
Do the columns trick with one hand and then switch to the other hand after two throws. Keep alternating between your hands.

Step 2
Start with your hands crossed and do the columns with the hand underneath. As you do this, bring the other hand with its ball over the column and back again underneath. Finally drop one ball from your columns trick without stopping to the hand now underneath.

Step 3
Repeat step 2 only on the opposite side.

All Together
Combine steps 2 and 3 for the final trick!

Thanks for watching.

Explained by eMretsiM:

and the box combination version:

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Box

Posted on February 15, 2008. Filed under: 4...Medium/Advanced, Balls: 3 Tutorials, Tutorials by me | Tags: , , , |

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

Need to know before attempting this trick:
3 ball cascade – see tutorial 1
Bonus to know:
3 ball shower
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Note: Step 1 and step 2 are not essential to this trick but they do help a lot, the trick’s actual movements are all covered in steps 3 and 4 however, having to throw the props in different directions becomes difficult if you can’t shower. (Hygene-wise too)

Step 1
Three ball shower thrown in a synchronous pattern.

Step 2
Opposite side of step 1.

Step 3
Throwing one ball up in hand “A” vertically and thowing the second ball from hand “B” to hand “A” in a synchronous pattern.

Step 4
Opposite side of step 3.

All Together
Now combine steps 3 and 4 so the pattern is continuous. Just do one and then the other before the vertical ball lands.

Thanks for watching.

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