Thomas "One Hour" Dietz and I made a video of some of the tricks of his we
filmed during the past few conventions. It's a little big (30MB), but I
can assure you that you won't regret downloading it:
Comments, criticism, suggestions, etc, are very welcome. If you like the
video, we might even make a #2 :-)
Thomas sends greetings to everybody he knows, especially Olga, Vova, Matt
Hall and Luke Burrage.
Wow. Those blind throws/catches are amazing!
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And he does them so bloody effortlessly!
Think I'll just crawl back into my garbage bag and hide under my desk.
Outstanding video!! I was so stoked just to see you guys do your
thing at EJC (sorry we didn't get to talk, Mark. I pretty much mimed
"Hi!" to Thomas one day in the showers.).
You guys are studs. It's your world, we're just doing siteswaps in
>Dear Mark and Thomas,
>Outstanding video!! I was so stoked just to see you guys do your
>thing at EJC (sorry we didn't get to talk, Mark. I pretty much mimed
>"Hi!" to Thomas one day in the showers.).
>You guys are studs. It's your world, we're just doing siteswaps in
Um, is it just me or did everyone shudder at the thought of Matt miming in
the shower with Thomas?
>> Thomas "One Hour" Dietz and I made a video of some of the tricks of his we
>> filmed during the past few conventions. It's a little big (30MB), but I
>> can assure you that you won't regret downloading it:
>> Comments, criticism, suggestions, etc, are very welcome. If you like the
>> video, we might even make a #2 :-)
The tricks were amazing. Nice sound editing / choreography, too.
What's up with the grinning face at the beginning of the video? Was he
smoking something? And what is he saying? I don't read lips.
that's just an amazing video!
can't wait to see more!!
greetings to mark and thomas.
If only "and" was my middle name...
I just watched it... all fantastic! My favorite tricks are when you steal
the balls and throw them back into the patterns. Very nice! More of the
> Thomas sends greetings to everybody he knows, especially Olga, Vova, Matt
> Hall and Luke Burrage.
Say hi to him from me too and ask him to work on more multiplex stuff for
video number 2.
the video is great and sometimes unbeliable (my english sucks i know) I
hope some day I can tape my self and share tricks as you do... i am
practicing nearlly al the videos but not the last one... after watching
the video 7 times I went directly to the park... please do a second
video... with 7 ball tricks if you can, and mulitplex... i know you dont
need ideas but what about tapping some of these tricks?? 9797971, 8888881
and the ones behind the back or 867 (is it possible i could never do that
for a long run)... i have some tapes of me but i have no clue on how to
put tehm on the net... i was trying to tape me doing the 7ball cascade,
half shower, and back to cascade but i had no luck today... ones more the
video is incredible, and i am learning a lot from it, thanks for shearing
and in a way teaching how to juggle, at least to me... marco
I have to say I liked all the 6 ball juggling as that's
something I'm trying to learn at the moment.
What was that crazy 6 ball siteswap at the end anyway?
>Very, very impressive. It was definitely worth the
>I have to say I liked all the 6 ball juggling as that's
>something I'm trying to learn at the moment.
>What was that crazy 6 ball siteswap at the end anyway?
It looked like b97531 with the 1 behind the back. The behind the back part
is hard to tell for sure from the distance it's at.
J Jugglers Against Gravity
I thought it was 11-9-7-5-3-1 (with the 1 behind the back, yes).
What height would the ball in the first outdoor shot - thrown from five
ball cascade to four ball shower to eventually, a very long time later,
catching the high ball back to five ball cascade - rate? I can't do that
kind o math.
A 'b' in siteswap is infact an '11'. The reason letters are used for numbers
over 9 is to avoid the confusion between a double digits number (like '11')
and the equivalent two 1 digit numbers (like two '1's following each other),
without resorting to hyphens as you did. For example check out the
wonderfuly named patterns "orr" (with 26 balls) and "itzik" (with a more
modest 24 balls. I'm sure you can do it with a little practice). You can use
JuggleMaster java (found in my home page in .sig below) to see what they
Itsik Orr - http://www.juggler.net/orr
(club passing, simulators and Israeli convention)
That was Incredible!
This video may have just converted a hard core contact juggler into a hard
core, hard practicing toss juggler. That was just amazing!