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stanalger
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I found this video on youtube and would like to do this trick.
Can somebody please tell me the secret?
I'm willing to pay.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zi6YZaHHkEc&feature=share

Thank you in advance.

Al
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It's self-working.
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"Secret"? Looks to me like hours & hours of determined practice. No secret in that. Magicians use secrets, jugglers use sweat & coordination.
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stanalger
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What if you secretly sewed Fushigi balls (aka anti-gravity balls) inside of the soccer balls? Or maybe used invisible thread?
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On 2012-07-11 21:04, Wes Holly wrote:
"Secret"? Looks to me like hours & hours of determined practice. No secret in that. Magicians use secrets, jugglers use sweat & coordination.


My son juggled 7 hoops on a 10 ft unicycle with a circus for several years...Next time I see him,I will ask him his "SECRET" and I will forward his answer...if you don't hear from me...I'm too busy hiding from him.

I agree with Mr.Holly... There's ONLY ONE WAY to learn juggling...and Wes it's more like weeks and weeks of sweat and practice and very few will ever get to the level of the young man in the video.
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God giver all of us gifts. This young man was given the gifts of dexterity, and balance.
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Christopher Lyle
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I know the secret! Send me $500 via my paypal and then I'll be in touch with the secret to this!
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On 2012-07-12 19:26, Jim Hand wrote:
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On 2012-07-11 21:04, Wes Holly wrote:
"Secret"? Looks to me like hours & hours of determined practice. No secret in that. Magicians use secrets, jugglers use sweat & coordination.


My son juggled 7 hoops on a 10 ft unicycle with a circus for several years...Next time I see him,I will ask him his "SECRET" and I will forward his answer...if you don't hear from me...I'm too busy hiding from him.

I agree with Mr.Holly... There's ONLY ONE WAY to learn juggling...and Wes it's more like weeks and weeks of sweat and practice and very few will ever get to the level of the young man in the video.



You mean to imply that it is not self-working?

I have to WORK at it?
"Is there any point to which you would wish to draw my attention?"
"To the curious incident of the dog in the night-time."
"The dog did nothing in the night-time."
"That was the curious incident," remarked Sherlock Holmes.
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The secret is practice Smile
You can pay me for revealing that secret - no problem Smile
Christopher Lyle
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On 2012-07-13 14:10, esther_scheffer wrote:
The secret is practice Smile
You can pay me for revealing that secret - no problem Smile


You just jacked me out of $500. How dare you!
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I think the juggler was Sergei Ignatov, could be wrong though. And either that circus looks like every other one in Russia or I did a show in it about twenty years ago.....
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The secret is to do it in a small circus ring with no one watching ...
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Fushigi balls take even more practice than juggling.

Invisible thread doesn't work with fast moving objects.

Try practice.
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Juggling three of those balls while standing on the ground is not easy.
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Wow...that's quite a juggling trick...! I don't think I'll be working on that one any time soon in this lifetime... I know...perhaps if I tried it on an actual unicycle, rather than an ultimate wheel... lol
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Years of practice, self denial....and a very poor social life!
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The late George DeMott, whom I knew as a teenager, was a great juggler. I saw him do a 45 minute school assembly show in the mid '40s. He had inherited ROSANI'S PROPS. (Bits like balancing an old fashioned kerosene lamp on the end of a flexible buggy whip!) --I've NEVER seen that one again! BUT, George also did some of the old gags like a ball rolling around on top of an open parasol. --THAT'S a "gimmick"!
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