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PyrolificBRONZE Member
Returning to a unique state of Equilibrium
3,289 posts
Location: Adelaide, South Australia


Posted:
Hi All,

well I've got three short sticks, and I can juggling 3 clubs competently, but I'm not sure what the go is with learning to juggle three sticks. Can anyone give me tips and tricks for learning;

1) How you start
2) What patterns you learn first
3) What are ideal sticks to learn on
4) What skills I should concentrate on when practising juggling with clubs that transfer well?

Thanks,

J

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tim_marstonaddict
614 posts

Posted:
Hi Konstantin,
Try and keep your staffs as light as you can, staff juggling can be hard work on the muscles and you are less likely to injure yourself with lighter staffs.

KonstantinGOLD Member
journeyman
66 posts
Location: Vilnius, Lithuania


Posted:
Thanks for replies.

I don't have soneone to reach juggling arround. Even with clubs that seem to be most similar to staffs. (I don't do any juggling but staffs myself)
There's no tutorials but there're couple performances in youtube like Seb's Oj that is really cool. That might be enough to get an idea.
In general, I use tries and errors way to learn.
Do you have any juggling routine videos available?

Tim,
I guess that's right. Thanks to dodge skills I don't get injured but it's really hard for muscles.
But what about fire staffs when fuel gives some extra weight? Do you encounter problems with practice and fire staffs having different weight?
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entheogenGOLD Member
member
173 posts
Location: Berlin, Germany


Posted:
Its still less effort physically to practice the pattern with light staffs and then readjust to heavier fire staffs. That way you can practice longer before getting tired and overstraining muscles. and you should be able to make fire staffs way lighter than 500 grams. Thats good for doubles but way too heavy for holding three.

And I think Antti was the first guy to juggle three fire staffs.

At least in the wall staff spinning style plane thats most often whats being described in this forum.

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KonstantinGOLD Member
journeyman
66 posts
Location: Vilnius, Lithuania


Posted:
Well, wall plane looks so natural with staffs. Especially if you played with doubles. wheel throws with doubles are really rare thing. I did try it with 3 but not with fire.
Wheel plane is quite dangerous for your face at the very beginning

PyrolificBRONZE Member
Returning to a unique state of Equilibrium
3,289 posts
Location: Adelaide, South Australia


Posted:
well - I can pretty much run three staffs in a wall plane cascade now.

I can nearly do the reverse wall plane cascade on clubs - so I guess 'three staff logics' will be the next short term goal.

yay! smile progress! smile

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Fire_MooseSILVER Member
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3,597 posts
Location: Scottsdale, AZ, USA


Posted:
How long are your staffs?

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tim_marstonaddict
614 posts

Posted:
mine are 3 foot or 0.9m long,

PyrolificBRONZE Member
Returning to a unique state of Equilibrium
3,289 posts
Location: Adelaide, South Australia


Posted:
mine are about 70cm, and very very light. They just have about 1 1/2 inches of wick on each end, and a 1cm annodised aluminium shaft. no grip tape, although I really want to add some soon.

J

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tim_marstonaddict
614 posts

Posted:
two triple staff juggling patterns, from me performing at the bjc 2009


tracerammoGOLD Member
newbie
29 posts
Location: Oregon, USA


Posted:
Dude, this guy Zan on youtube.com rocks the doube staff juggling. Lots of great moves in that video. I get mad inspiration from it. Check it out!

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tim_marstonaddict
614 posts

Posted:
any links?

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