UCOFSILVER Member
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15,416 posts
Location: South Wales


Posted:
Im getting all confused, and yet, not slightly disturbed.

I cant work out how to hold 2 or more clubs and throw them correctly so that they dont just go up and hit each other.

Do the clubs cross in the middle when you are about to throw them or are they thrown side by side?

Or neither?

colemanSILVER Member
big and good and broken
7,330 posts
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay, United Kingdom


Posted:
circus grip (bottom club's handle underneath top club's + bottom club on the inside of the top club).

fattest point on the top club should line up with the join between handle and body on the bottom club.

throw this so that the bottom club goes higher and spins double, top club spins a low single i.e. a [64] split multiplex.

put [64]00020 in a simulator smile

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UCOFSILVER Member
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15,416 posts
Location: South Wales


Posted:
I thought i asked you this at clapham but you didnt know....

confused

Ta.

colemanSILVER Member
big and good and broken
7,330 posts
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay, United Kingdom


Posted:
you didn't ask me at clapham smile

you didn't ask jonnny either cos he does it like this too.

"i see you at 'dis cafe.
i come to 'dis cafe quite a lot myself.
they do porridge."
- tim westwood


UCOFSILVER Member
..lonely.
15,416 posts
Location: South Wales


Posted:
I asked martin..and the other club juggler...but i cant remember what his name is...

neither of them knew...

Cheers cole..

im off to the Dane John Park to go practice.

PyrolificBRONZE Member
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3,289 posts
Location: Adelaide, South Australia


Posted:
Cole - how do you prep a multi throw while juggling?

I do the double toss and use the space in the pattern to do a 0 with one club thus loading one hand with 2 clubs...is this the way to do it?

what other variations are there? I used to do the catch one club and then catch the other on top, but it was a bit hard - is that one viable?

Josh

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bluecatgeek, level 1
5,300 posts
Location: everywhere


Posted:
tbh any multiplex trick you can do with balls is possible with clubs. i've just started getting a load of four club multipleexes whicch are screwing with my head completely cause my left hand doesn't shoogle the 2 clubs into place nearly quicly enough grr.

but its practise practise practise or theres no improving *sigh*

R

Holistic Spinner (I hope)


colemanSILVER Member
big and good and broken
7,330 posts
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay, United Kingdom


Posted:
Written by: bluecat


my left hand doesn't shoogle the 2 clubs into place nearly quickly enough




there ya go josh - catch a club, catch another club in the same hand and use a 'shoogle' to get it into place wink

tis true though - just mess around with how you hold the club that is in your hand already and try to catch the second in place ready for the 'plex.

i got great advice on ball multiplex technique from a kind fellow on rec.juggling recently if anyone is interested?
multiplex release advice


cole. x

"i see you at 'dis cafe.
i come to 'dis cafe quite a lot myself.
they do porridge."
- tim westwood


fake teeth and glueBRONZE Member
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Location: somewhere, England (UK)


Posted:
whats a multiplex?

you just lost the game!!!!!! !!!!!

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UCOFSILVER Member
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15,416 posts
Location: South Wales


Posted:
When you throw more than one ball at a time, with one hand.

Bit of a silly name really, I always prefered "Arthur", as in,
"Check out my new 4 ball Arthur"

colemanSILVER Member
big and good and broken
7,330 posts
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay, United Kingdom


Posted:
they changed it so it wouldn't get confused with albert.

as in "no i said i was learning 3 club alberts, not 3 club arthurs"

"i see you at 'dis cafe.
i come to 'dis cafe quite a lot myself.
they do porridge."
- tim westwood


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