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 Post subject: Juggling for magic routine?
PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 11:55 pm 
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Do a lot of people mix juggling into their magic routines? because what I was thinking of doing, (even though it's probably been done countless times before...) is throwing in like 10-20 seconds of juggling before/after a trick.

I want to juggle wands. I own a lot of wands (I like them :roll: ) but is there any wand that is superior for juggling? (i'm guessing the heavier the better?)

I know close to nothing about the awesome skill of juggling :cry: is there any dvd or book that anyone can recommend which includes 3-4 item juggling in the shape of sticks (like wands) for beginners?

Responses greatly appreciated, thanks!


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 26, 2008 12:32 am 
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I can juggle drum sticks and if you put black electrical tape around each stick they look like wands, juggle nice, and are very hard to break.
Thats just what do.


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 26, 2008 9:53 am 
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Buy "Do you want to learn Juggling by Will Roya"

Teahces you on juggling balls, little bit on clubs / wands / knifes,ect and rings


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Yes, quite a few performers incorperate juggling into their act. Even if it's not the whole trick but something visually appealing like juggling you final loads of your C&B routine while you give your hat line if your a busker.


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Or if you can do some fancy juggles it can be an attention getter if you busk. I like to preform at parties. Does anyone know where I can something to juggle that light's up,flashes,glows in the dark etc. for use at night??


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PatrickS wrote:
Or if you can do some fancy juggles it can be an attention getter if you busk. I like to preform at parties. Does anyone know where I can something to juggle that light's up,flashes,glows in the dark etc. for use at night??



http://www.dube.com/balls/lighted-juggling-balls.php

That should do it.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 1:37 pm 
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I don't understand how juggling adds to your act. And I don't know how to fit it in anyways, I'm a n00b.


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I was just thinking between 2 tricks, I juggle the props for the 2nd trick for like 5-20 seconds to make it more interesting :D


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sebishungry wrote:
I was just thinking between 2 tricks, I juggle the props for the 2nd trick for like 5-20 seconds to make it more interesting :D


What kind of props are you talking about?

You could produce 3 apples with a cup and balls routine and then juggle them and do a eatting the apple trick

thats a idea for some of you guys :wink:


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 30, 2008 2:38 pm 
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sweet, just anything random like that :)


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Well this has been said before but this works especially for kid's shows. Kid's like entertainment as well and this works.


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sebishungry wrote:
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sweet, just anything random like that :)


Lol Thank You, but only your imagination limits youeatting the apple is also a great effect just before or during a buskers routine for hatting a audience


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Does anyone know if this is any good?

http://www.penguinmagic.com/specialorde ... hp?ID=8806


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 03, 2008 12:00 am 
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For that price, I would call it very cheap equipment.

If you are looking for good cheap starter clubs, Get the duncan clubs. They are very balanced, don't break, and look sweet.


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