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Published on Nov 1, 2010
It is commonly thought that when a move or a combination of moves includes both backcrosses and shoulder throws, it's only possible to make one of them look decent. A dichotomy many jugglers routinely face boils down to the following: face or have your back to the camera and show off backcrosses, or face right or left and show off your shoulder throws. Generally, when viewed head on, all imperfections of shoulder throws are exposed and when viewed from the side, the imperfections of one's backcrosses are accentuated.
This video is a notable breakthrough in juggling videography, as it exposes the aforementioned dichotomy as a false one. In this clip shot from one angle I manage to unleash the full crookedness of both my backcrosses and shoulder throws on the viewer. See for yourself.