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4ball Rotating Columns

Move Data
move name4ball Rotating Columns
balls used4
difficulty
2b Vertical Stack (!!!)harder105.32
3b Flying Butterflyharder105.16
6b Planebreak Diamondharder104.61
4b Elbow Hop to Stackharder104.61
4ball Rotating Columnslogin to adjust 104.42
1b Backarm Chestrolleasier104.36
4b Elbow Hold to 4 Stackeasier104.19
Isolationeasier104.07
default imagemarco 2000-10-11
descriptionmarco: Difficult one, because the two balls really don't want to stay in balance on one another when rotating. But the initial movement is not that hard, just keep practicing until they rotate fluently. (where did we hear that before?)
juggledo: I've found that the key to this move is an even pressure between the balls, and the two sets of balls have to be rotating at the same rate. This spin can be done from most any angle, and there are also a couple isolations that can be accomplished from this move. I have worked on a harder version of this move using six balls, but I can only get about a dozen rotations or so before it falls apart.

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