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3ball Cascade

Move Data
move name3ball Cascade
balls used3
difficulty
3ball Cascadeharder100.00
3ball Pinky Liftharder100.00
2b Toss and Catchharder100.00
2ball Symmetric Butterflyharder100.00
3ball Cascadelogin to adjust 100.00
2ball Symmetric Butterflyeasier100.00
2b Toss and Catcheasier100.00
3ball Pinky Lifteasier100.00
default imagekverens 2000-10-07
descriptionpestis: Two little variations taken from toss juggling: our beloved Mills Mess and Eric's Extension. I'll try to explain the way I do palmspinning Mills Mess, Eric's Extension goes just one step further. Start with two balls in your right hand over your left. Two balls in right hand lined so that the other is in the front of the other. One ball in left hand. 1) Palmspin righthand 180 clockwise. 2) Insert the frontmost ball in right hand to the front of the ball in the left hand. 3) Uncross hands and palmspin left hand 180 clockwise. 4) Insert the frontmost ball in left hand to the front of the ball in the right hand. 5) Cross left over right and palmspin right hand 180 clockwise. 5) Insert the frontmost ball in the right hand to the front of the ball in the left hand. 6) Goto step 1, but this time replace "left" <-> "right", and "clockwise" -> "anti clockwise" And oh, in Eric's extension you cross twice to each direction (i.e. right hand goes over the left hand, around it and comes back from the underside of it). Try finding the toss juggling description to get a better picture. One more variation: try doing one-handed cascade. I can do it with 2.5"s, but I have a rather small hand so it's probably possible also with 2.75"s. The important part is to keep the three balls from collapsing into the standard triangle formation. And it seems to be possible to do without touching, but this is really, really hard. Ok, it's not THAT hard but it takes a little practice.

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