Turning your entire body 180 degrees (A half turn) to
face the opposite direction in the midst of a juggling
Turning your entire body 360 degrees (A complete turn)
in the midst of
a juggling pattern.
Turning your entire body 720 degrees (Two spins) in the
midst of a juggling pattern.
Stage 720: Throwing all the objects up in the air,
spinning once to catch one or two
objects, then spinning again to then catch the remaining
objects and resume a
continuous juggling pattern.
Throws that pass behind the back.
Throws: Throwing objects (usually clubs) between the
legs from back to front or from
front to back.
Clubs thrown with no spin.
Shower: Throwing objects from one hand over the top
of the pattern to the other side.
Throws: Flipping rings similarly to the technique
used to juggle clubs.
Throwing and catching the exact same number of objects
are trying to juggle. (7 throws and catches of 7 balls)
Under rotating the clubs and then slapping the shell of
the club in the opposite direction of the spin to land
the handle back in the hand.
Most non-jugglers refer to this piece of juggling equipment
as bowling pins. They are not. Clubs are long shaped props,
bulbous on one end and having a catching handle on the
other with a knob at the bottom. These props are usually
thrown and rotated in varying numbers of spins depending
on the number of clubs being used and the moves being
attempted with them.
Juggling: The juggling of a high number of objects
for as long of a period of time as one can manage.
Endurance: Juggling without moving your feet. Done
atop a chair
in WJF competition.
Competition: Competition designed by the WJF and first
held in 2004. This competition is formatted to allow competitors
to try their most difficult move and not be penalized
for drops or bad form. If you pull off the move, you get
points for it. If you dont,
you get nothing.
Swap: The numeric notation used to describe a juggling