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5 Ring backcrosses!

5 ring backcrosses by Doug Sayers

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3 ball juggling tutorial 1 3 ball backcrosses

3 ball backcross tutorial

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Learn 5 Ball Backcrosses

5 ball backcross tutorial

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3 Club Backcross Tutorial

3 club backcross tutorial

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Tutorial Request Backcrosses

3 club backcross tutorial

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5 Club Backcrosses tutorial (part 1)

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 | edit source]

  • 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 | edit source]

Backcross world records with publicly available video evidence:

Balls[edit | edit source]

Unverified claims:

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

Rings[edit | edit source]

Unverified claims:

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

Clubs[edit | edit source]

Records with insufficient video evidence:

Unverified claims:

Variations[edit | edit source]

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