This is a great video of our very own Wesley and his sick meteor stylings. Lots of juicy stuff in here from the aspiring meteor spinners out there, as well as a nice array of video effects to gaze at that really bring the video to life. Add all of that to his sweet flow and you end up with an all around awesome video. Enjoy!
So, this video doesn’t have to be, and shouldn’t really be taken too seriously. Basically a guy names Luke Burrage holds a voting contest every year to name the determine the top 40 jugglers of that year. So, it’s a little bit of a popularity contest, but every one of these jugglers is the shit. So, take the results with a grain of salt, but enjoy his awesome song that he created specifically for this video. It’s some funny shit. And I’m sure glad to have met someone from the list recently (Kyle Johnson) out at Play Immersion. There were some seriously skilled people out there, and it makes me wonder who’s gonna be at the Play Immersion North? Enjoy!
Pali Endi shared this on Facebook, and it caught my attention for sure. I’ve played with this toy before, but in a super childish/totally un-inventive way. These guys are freaking crazy good at it. I don’t quite know the name of the toy, but I want to say it’s called Kendama. And thanks to the beauty of google, turns out it is Kendama. Apparently this toy originated in Japan, and is a much more complex version of the latin american “balero”. And apparently there’s a whole community out there that plays with it, the same way we juggle or hoop. Who knew? Alright, now that we’re all caught up, here’s the video…Tomomarusan under Creative Commons
This is nice video featuring several impressive Japanese hat jugglers. It was created back at the Japan Juggling Festival in 2008.
Hallo there my lovelies. This week, in preparation for the beauty that is Play Immersion, I have chosen the montage video for Buugeng Immersion! As you can see, included in the video are our very own Sennyo and Thom Thumb, both of whom will be teaching next weekend as well! Not only that, but both of the events are being put on by the same people, so you know this weekend is gonna be good. This video sticks mostly to buugeng, which makes perfect sense, so wet your appetite for Sennyo’s classes, and perhaps she’ll even be bringing down some Buugeng to share with us! Alright, enough of this jibber jabber and just enjoy the video already…-Photo: Dai Zaobab
This is a great routine by Grant Goldie MUSIC CREDIT: The Big Noise from Winnetka by Bob Crosby/Bobcats [Woody Allen - Manhattan Murder Mystery SOUNDTRACK] Enjoy!-Photo: Grant Goldie