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10th April 2017

7b_wizard

# 5 ball tricks, 3 ball tricks, #StagesOfLearning, #siteswap-theory, 60 minutes

55' - 5b rev casc - 103 cl throws longest run. (rest 69, 63 th and below)

5' - 3b inv box - #SoL - got a few consecutive faint ``active´´ 2-s (thinking it 423) with stronghand - guess when making these extra times (for both hands) another ball, it would make it that ``3b cascade with a 1b lid´´ pattern ( https://gfycat.com/ChubbyDecentKinkajou [ noslowerdna / Quinn Lewis ]. [ // But, it's pretty fast now already // ]

Total practice time: 60 minutes

Location: indoors low ceiling

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8th October 2016

7b_wizard

# #siteswap-theory, 1 minutes

Wanted another 3b-52413-like variation with 5b than 5b-7772615, but mainly sth with a "1". Got 5b-75751 pixeled together in a ladder graph and it looks like an interesting trick (or sequence embedded into cascade).
Also found 5b-95551 which is coherent to juggle e.g. as 5b-955515555 (same ball doing "9"-s). (And can also serve as exercise for 6b-9555 if one doesn't mind the "1")

Total practice time: 1 minutes

Location: home

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6th April 2016

7b_wizard

# #siteswap-theory, 1 minutes

When doing my preliminary 5b higher 'n higher, i always go to try to collect after highest throw - also wouldn't know how to continue anyway. So i fetched my ladder graph and found e.g. 5b-5555579bd50050550
      http://fs5.directupload.net/images/160407/czgn3g4g.gif
which seems odd to remember or to learn .. but all you do is to simply throw everything that lands as 5.

Total practice time: 1 minutes

Location: home

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13th March 2016

7b_wizard

# #siteswap-theory, 1 minutes

funstuff           http://fs5.directupload.net/images/160314/uu3c6x6t.gif       http://fs5.directupload.net/images/160316/7dfvk25r.gif
                                      51 shower with three 3b cascades
                                      JL input: <3|3><gp|3><gp|3><gp|4p><0|4p><0|4p><0|0><3|0><3|3>
                                      ("bps": 9)
                31-shower with two 5b cascades :o}]
                JL input: <5|0><5|0><5|5><5|5><5|5><bp|5><bp|5><bp|5p><bp|5p><bp|5p><0|5p><0|5p><5|0><5|0><5|0><5|0><5|5><bp|5><bp|5><bp|5><bp|5><bp|5p><0|5p><0|5p><0|5p><0|5p>

Total practice time: 1 minutes

Location: home

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25th January 2016

7b_wizard

# #siteswap-theory, 1 minutes

Wrote about working with s'swaps a bit and played with JugglingLab a bit to see what i remembered for JL's passing notation
        5 5 8p 5 5 2                         5 5 5 5 7p 5 3
        http://fs5.directupload.net/images/160125/ugk2lfnv.gif           http://fs5.directupload.net/images/160125/9agp5tia.gif
      I think the sequences °8p552° and °7p53° fit between any number of 5-throws.
        JL codes for these ("Pattern" entry in main window) are:
        <5|5><5|5><8p|8p><5|5><5|5><2|2>     <5|5><5|5><5|5><5|5><7p|7p><5|5><3|3>

code snippet for prop colours (above's 2nd expl.) in "JML editor" 's view:

<prop type="ball"/>
<prop type="ball" mod="color=black"/>
<prop type="ball" mod="color=blue"/>
<prop type="ball" mod="color=orange"/>
<setup jugglers="2" paths="10" props="4,4,4,4,1,1,1,1,2,3"/>

( replacing e.g. this:       <prop type="ball"/>
                       <setup jugglers="2" paths="10" props="1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1"/>    )

[ you only need the last bit in the last line to assign the colors 1-4 (then hit compile in JL's jml editor's view)]
[line 1. is default red]

Total practice time: 1 minutes

Location: home

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24th January 2016

7b_wizard

# #siteswap-theory, 1 minutes

                                                    4b-66161
                                                    http://fs5.directupload.net/images/160124/uoclypz5.gif
also looks like a 'cousin' of 3b-51414. [edit, day later:] Furthermore, subtracting 1 from the sequence (from each digit) makes it similar to the 3b snake (or: chase), 3b-50505 (or: 55050); also the rhythm is alike when thinking of all tricks mentionned as of #n-props-high-low-high-low-high (or: high-high-low-high-low) -trick-family, the 0 in 55050 being a 'low' by having to focus on that "not-a-throw" (and on "next-throw-with-same-hand") for that instant.

[edit, day later:] My approach for learning it would be: You feed one side until the last ball on the old side falls. That last ball will start the sidechange. Thus, have an eye on that last ball falling to get the rhythm and to get the sidechange fluently timed.

Total practice time: 1 minutes

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25th September 2015

7b_wizard

# #siteswap-theory, 1 minutes

5 ball pistons. The difficulty is how to not have to cross over with the hand after first period ..
http://fs5.directupload.net/images/150926/xcjz4jdf.gif         http://fs5.directupload.net/images/150926/ol5m9cz7.gif             http://fs5.directupload.net/images/150926/b2xcs58o.gif
Using Ss 666660          Using Ss 8800880788008890       Using Ss 663663
One hand does three,          slightly queer beat ..          with low 6-es.
other only two balls.         seems best so far.             But more frequent middle-3-s.
http://fs5.directupload.net/images/150926/5ww5t6gs.gif     http://fs5.directupload.net/images/150928/785rswci.gif [edit, day later:] Found a normal siteswap: 5b-(ax,0)(0,a)(a,0)(0,a)(a,0)(0,ax)(0,a)(a,0)(0,a)(a,0) .. one hand does two consecutive throws every second period.   [two days later:] and 5b-706666056666 (same idea as second pic, ..8807..8890..) - seems clearest, like it best.

Total practice time: 1 minutes

Location: home

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