Thanks Ronnie to get interested on this kind of notation, i can see that you really undestand that kind of notation.

I know that the notation seems hard to learn and complex, but what I notice after using it, is that I understand much better what I am doing in every moment with the diabolo, now I fell and understand more the that patterns that I do.

For example

When I go from high to low, my brain knows what have to tell to my hands/arms/body to do, and I don't get lost in juggle patterns that I do, now when I forget some transition throw or a waiting time I can "read" what I do wrong and think on it the next time I try the pattern.

I think that notation describes in a very good why what we do when we juggle with diabolos, we do all this throws and is good to know what we do to make it easier.

I think that you can integrate this notation in your daily juggling practice only in one week, or less. After that it becomes a usefull tool for your trainings.

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In my theory's page you can download the JugglingLab with diabolos, only that you have to set Prop Type to 'image'.

http://troposfera.xyz/autodidactic/theory/siteswap/download-diabolos-jugglinglab/Also here you can see how to use for diabolist.

http://troposfera.xyz/autodidactic/theory/siteswap/how-to-use-jugglinglab-for-diabolist/If you are interested in write dis long combos, you con optimize your number sentece.

Here there is a link where you can see how to write the siteswap on Juggling Lab

http://jugglinglab.sourceforge.net/html/ssnotation.htmlFor example

20 throws of 3 diabolos low is 3B33B33B33B33B33B33B33B33B33B3 but you can write (3B3^10) and the simulator will show do the same.

And if you want to the emphasize the entries and exits you can put and space betwen the numbers, the simulator won't have problems wit that, if you put brackets you are saying that that throw is a multiplex.

~~3B73B93B[b3B33B]53B7~~ is

**3B73B93B b3B33B 53B7 **Thanks for all

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