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Learning the five ball cascade

Posted by [email protected] on July 24, 2014 at 9:35 AM

Well, the five ball cascade is just like the three ball cascade. The same throws just higher and more balls. Got it? Probably not. Here are some tips that will help you learn the five ball cascade. First, try learning the three ball snake. This will help with the speed and the height needed to juggle five balls. Then I recommend learning to throw three balls at a five ball height. You can try to clap underneath the three balls while they are in the air because the clap represents another throw. With five balls all that you need are at leat three balls in the air and two balls in your hands. If you can do this move for a long period of time, then you are more than ready to move on to trying a five ball flash. Just remember, that there should be three balls in thee air. Some other helpful hints are to keep the balls going all at the same angle, but this time really focus on that because you have three balls in the air that you should be watching and you DO NOT want to be looking at your hands. So, rely on throwing the balls at the same angle to help. Then, your hands will know right where the balls will be instead of looking at all of the balls and knowing where the first one goes and then the next and then you have another one mixed in there that you are going to have to catch. So, really focus on that because not many people do. If you have the three ball patterns down start with the flash and remember the angle has to be the same. If you are having touble with some going forwards or backwards try to keep your hands right next to each other and don't have one more in front and one in the back. Start with a flash and remember to have fun.

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