Juggling Trick

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A Juggling Trick, as opposed to a Juggling Pattern, usually consists of a single throw or short sequence of throws inserted into a base pattern. Several examples are given in One Throw Trick.

Other possibilities include juggling with strange objects such as frying pans, eggs, fire torches and chainsaws, or performing other feats while juggling, such as pirouettes, rolls, jumps, etc.


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