Multiplex Club Passing
The basic multiplex pass:
Martin Frost covers variations of the multiplex pass in Juggler's World,
Vol. 44, #4. [This will be on-line at some point in the future.]
Multiplexes for Solo Club Juggling
Basic 3-club start: Two singles and a triple thrown simultaneously
form the most common three-club start. Arrange the first two clubs as you
would normally hold them to start a regular pattern, with the second
club's knob end slightly on top of the first club. The knobs should be
even with each other. Hold these two clubs as far up on the handle as
possible. Add the third club's knob underneath the first two but further
away from your body, so that the knob aligns roughly with the top of the
other 2 handles. Now, throw!
Single-Double-Triple 3-club start: This trick is the same as the
previous trick, except for the arrangement of the 2nd club. Its knob
should align with the middle of the first club's handle (halfway between
the first and third clubs).
Send other ideas for multiplex club tricks to jamesjay@JamesJay.com.
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