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1b Edsons Enigma

[image] Move Data
move name1b Edsons Enigma
balls used1
difficulty
1b Fist Hold to Knuckle Holdharder99.58
2b Onehand Cirkelharder99.58
1b Back-Arm Genie Rollharder99.58
1b Edsons Enigmaharder99.44
1b Edsons Enigmalogin to adjust 99.44
1b Caterpillareasier99.26
1b Back to Back Passeasier99.14
1b Windshieldwiper holding Elboweasier99.12
2b Squareeasier99.12
default imageRyan 2002-01-31
descriptionno description yet

Comments


2002-02-11 20:58:17 by boinkers

how the f#*% do you do that?


Floating...
2002-02-11 22:12:01 by maglican

It looks like you dont even touch the ball when you move your palms toward it. Whats the secret?


Bigger is Better
2002-02-12 01:08:47 by guest

Bigger balls are better for this move. I have done it for a while now, never knew it was named something as corny as this! :) Remember, that this is a clip out of a video, and it is a little slower than it is performed live.


re: Bigger is Better
2002-02-12 14:19:52 by kverens

I got the name from the video "Contact Juggling" - Owen Edson named the move - saves me thinking up a name myself.


re: re: Bigger is Better than what?
2002-02-12 22:51:43 by buddha

invisible thread?how?no description share the secret!!!!!


re: re: re: Bigger is Better than what?
2002-02-13 10:28:37 by RSS

No secret, you can see that the thumb of the lower hand and the fingers of the upper hand always remain in contact with the ball. The ball is just being rolled between the lower hand thumb and upper hand fingers.


re: re: re: re: Bigger is Better than what?
2002-02-13 16:43:52 by Ryan

There is a switch, however, when the ball is at the top, switch to the other opposing thumb and finger. Down with two fingers, up with two fingers. Drag the other fingers along to make them look like they are sliding


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