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Back to Back Pass

Image contributed bykverens
Image uploaded2000-09-28
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Last Edit2001-04-28
Author: kverens

The back-back pass looks a lot better than the palm-palm pass. It is also a lot harder.

To learn it, start in the cradle of the right hand, then place the left hand in front so the left little finger and right index finger are touching at their bases. Now roll the ball to the left cradle. Move the right hand underneath the left so you have a mirror image of the above, and repeat.

When you can do that, start moving the hands further apart until the wrists are touching as the ball passes between the hands.

This trick looks nice with 2 1/2 inch balls. All I have at the moment are two inch glass balls. BTW: If you practice this trick with glass balls, you will _very_ soon learn how to do it smoothly, as every mistake _hurts_.

Author: Nathank
I've learned that it is much easier to do this trick if you look at the hand you are trying to get the ball to. Don't stare at the ball but rather the target, the ball will find its way to the cradle with practice.
Author: juggledo
This trick is also good done from above the head and working your way down with each pass, it creates a kind of stair step effect.
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