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Community & Events / British Young Juggler of the Year 2006
« on: January 16, 2006, 10:31:07 PM »
I entered last year, with a diabolo routine, it wasn't a very good routine compared to the standard of the majority of the people who post on though (but its not all about skill, presentation will get you far as well!),and i didn't win anything, all the same it was still fun and a chance to perform/compete at the BJC, its like a proper show, so its cool to be involved with!

See you in Cornwall (hopefully)


Gear / How do you carry your diabolos around?
« on: January 12, 2006, 05:33:30 PM »
I managed to get a good backpack style juggling bag from a walking/outdoor shop, i actually took the stuff that i wanted to carry in the bag with me, and then the very helpful man got the bags that i liked the look of, and i put all my stuff in them, and choose the one that best suited my needs and kit. So you could always try that... :D


Tricks / Vertax / Excalibur Advanced Ramblings
« on: September 26, 2005, 09:45:19 PM »
Yeah that was Vux from the Mad French Posse, doing the 2d vertax. Tempai was awesome, and John was getting really really close! Nice to meet you by the way Chiok...

Take it easy,


Tricks / Leg Combo
« on: September 25, 2005, 09:10:13 PM »
Nah its not me, i can confirm its def Steve, and i've just come back from Bristol where he showed me that exact combo, what a coincidence! Well it was that combo plus some extra moves! Very nice though!  :D

Community & Events / Bristol Convention 17th - 25th Sept, who's going?
« on: September 05, 2005, 12:19:42 PM »
Hey everyone,

I haven't seen a post about the Bristol Convention this who's going? I'm gonna try and make it for the two weekends, wish i could do the whole 9 days...but i'm at college  :(

Take it easy,


edit: ok so there is a thread about the convention i just didn't find it, lol. Now i feel silly  :oops: sorry bout that!

Videos / Video to celebrate the 10000th post!
« on: September 05, 2005, 12:10:04 PM »
Yeah that really is an awesome video, love the 1 diabolo body combos!

Wicked Stuff!  8)


Videos / Arjan & Tijn Open Stage EJC 2005
« on: August 27, 2005, 11:13:19 PM »
That was Awesome...Super smooth! I enjoyed it very much!

Take it easy,


Community & Events / Diaboloing group near Devon, UK?
« on: August 23, 2005, 08:45:50 PM »
Hi Kev,

I'm in Devon, there is a good group of jugglers/diaboloists in Exeter, but the only time we meet properly is at the Exeter Uni club which usually happens on a wednesday night from 7-9 during term time, other than that we sometimes hook up and just have little sessions...on the Cathedral green for example, but they are hardly planned, lol. Email me if you wanna know anything specific:

Take it easy,


Videos of the Week / Video of the Week: June 27-July 3, Tijn
« on: June 30, 2005, 03:53:58 PM »
i can't even remember you telling me at BJC! lol, ah well nevermind!

Take it easy mate,


Videos of the Week / Video of the Week: June 27-July 3, Tijn
« on: June 27, 2005, 10:51:18 PM »
Yeah that is a wicked trick!

I thought this might be a good variation, although i reakon it would be really really hard to do, do mini colums behind the back but instead of over to one side do it so that each diabolo is either side of your body and they kinda pop up under your arms...if it only took you about an hour of practice to get that pretty down i reakon you may be able to get this with loadsa practice, rather you than me though, i can't even do normal mini colums, lol.

Rad trick though! Keep up the good work!


Gear / Finesse Generation #2
« on: June 24, 2005, 04:45:33 PM »
I bought my 3 White G2s on Tuesday! (From Airtime) and they really are lush, so lush i don't want to use them in risk of them getting dirty!   :wink:

General / Visually Pleasing Or Impressive?
« on: June 10, 2005, 01:57:39 PM »
Hey Everyone,

Slightly Random post here, but i thought it might be an interesting discussion topic...

I was doing a little bit of diaboloing yesterday on the Cathedral Green where i practice sometimes, along with some other people who were doing various things of the juggling variety, and the topic came about as some diabolo styles being easy to watch, and enjoyable, and some being just so crazy and complex that its almost hard to watch...but very impressive.

So i was thinking to myself, are there different diaboloing "styles", very visually pleasing compared to some others which are less visually pleasing but very impressive. I guessed that a more visually pleasing style would flow very nicely from one combo to the next with suns etc. And a very impressive style would involve very difficult genocide and infinte suicide cominations, which doesn't SEEM to flow so easily due to catching sticks and things like that.

I suppose that this all leads back to the fact that laymen enjoy the much simpler tricks, and maybe don't enjoy the more complicated tricks because they can't get their heads around it?

So do you think that the majority of people prefer to watch something that looks very pretty and nice, rather than something that looks slightly less pretty but is very impressive?

Any thoughts?

Matt Pang

(This is a rather vague post i realise, lol)

Videos / What's this trick called? (Loopicide or mini duicide?)
« on: May 06, 2005, 05:15:18 PM »
I believe you are right Void!  8)

Videos / israeli nike video!
« on: May 06, 2005, 05:10:39 PM »
Pretty Wicked! Nice one  :D

Tricks / Re: I just learnt to... (2005)
« on: May 05, 2005, 04:56:27 PM »
S-Fan Woohoo!

Community & Events / Bungay Balls Up, UK
« on: April 08, 2005, 04:09:19 PM »
Cat and I are hopefully gonna be there! Atleast for the weekend anyway!

Take it easy

I'm New / The next step? (advancing after first tricks)
« on: April 05, 2005, 11:07:42 PM »
Can i recommend the donald grant books, there are 5 in total i think, each one concentrating on different elemenst, e.g "Stick Grinds and Suicides" "Baffling Body moves and crazy Cradles" they were my source of tricks for a very long time when i started, and they are just wicked! You should be able to get them from butterfingers

Hope it helps!


Community & Events / BJC 2005
« on: April 05, 2005, 06:47:13 PM »
Hey all, Was a wicked convention, thanks for all the compliments for the diabolo routine, it didn't go as well as i would have liked, got a bit too nervous when the music went all ****ed. But next year i will enter again! Was cool to meet Sean_, Matt_H, and JGherkin From the forum, didn't ,meet anyone else, i don't think...sorry guys. Especially enjoyed hanging out with JGherkin who should def enter young british juggler next year!

Nice routines, Norbi, in the comp and the public, i'm sure i've already told you, lol.

Take it easy!


Community & Events / BJC 2005
« on: March 09, 2005, 05:54:46 PM »
I just got my train tickets through! so i'll be travelling up along with Norbi and my Girlfriend, who has taken a liking to diabolo too! And i MIGHT even take a pop at the young british juggler of the year comp thing (diaboloing not juggling)...Norbi persuaded me... :wink:

Be wicked to see you all there! Looking forward to it!  :D

Videos / 1D Leg orbit tricks/runs
« on: February 09, 2005, 04:17:29 PM »
For the throwing-the-stick-around-the-leg-making-a-loop  :P  Trick, you have to throw the stick around (over the top) your leg as you push the diabolo back under your leg after just catching it, you can either throw the stick on the inside of the string (side closest to your body) or the outside, depends what you prefer i guess.

Once you have caught the returning stick, which should come back from under your leg, the string should be wrapped around your leg, you then continue with the leg orbit, but when you next catch it, on the right side, you've gotta give it a little more of a push this time, so it travels inside the loop, and then it comes out on the left side of the string just as if you were doing normal leg orbits, and just continue with normal leg orbits, the only difference being that instead of the diabolo traveling under your leg after you catch it, it will loop around your leg in the loop of string!

Getting out of it is what i found most tricky, when you push the diabolo into the loop and it reaches about half way round, so its kinda above your leg, you let go of your right handstick and it will suicide out, then you are free to carry on with the leg orbits, or exit however you like...

Sorry, bit of a lengthy explanation there! Hope it helps though... :D


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