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5 Ring backcrosses!

5 Ring backcrosses!

5 ring backcrosses by Doug Sayers

3 ball juggling tutorial 1 3 ball backcrosses

3 ball juggling tutorial 1 3 ball backcrosses

3 ball backcross tutorial

3 Club Backcross Tutorial

3 Club Backcross Tutorial

3 club backcross tutorial

Tutorial Request Backcrosses

Tutorial Request Backcrosses

3 club backcross tutorial

5 Club Backcrosses Tutorial

5 Club Backcrosses Tutorial

5 club backcross tutorial

Backcrosses are crossing throws made behind the back, where the object comes forward on the same side of the body where it will be caught.

Tips Edit

  • Avoid leaning back, sticking your elbows out, or twisting your body to the side.
  • Make sure that none of your backcrosses or normal throws are lower than your basic pattern height, and that you're not waiting too long to start a throw, so you will have enough time to make a proper throw before you have to catch another object.
  • If you're throwing clubs out too wide, you need to hold on to them longer. If they're hitting you in the head, you're holding on too long.

World records Edit

Backcross world records with publicly available video evidence:

Balls Edit

Unverified claims:

  • 3 ball backcrosses: 18 minutes and 36 seconds by Dave Leahy in 2011 (claim)

Rings Edit

Unverified claims:

  • 3 ring backcrosses: 200 catches by Heydar in 2016 (claim)
  • 3 ring backcrosses: 2 minutes and 37 seconds by Andy Ford in 1992 (claim)

Clubs Edit

Records with insufficient video evidence:

Unverified claims:

Variations Edit