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In a cross-armed juggling pattern one arm stays crossed over the other, and the lower hand does every throw and every catch under the arm. It's easier to do a cross-armed pattern with outside throws than with inside throws, because the hand movements for cross-armed outside throws are similar to the movements used for normal inside throws.

Video: 4 ring cross-armed fountain by Kip Hunt
Video: 5 ball cross-armed cascade by Dominik Braun
Video: 6 ball cross-armed fountain by Dominik Braun
3 crossarm rev 200

3 ball cross-armed cascade

3 mess 200

Mills mess is an alternating cross-armed pattern. Two throws of a cross-armed pattern (starting with an under the arm throw) are followed by an outside throw to transition to a cross-armed pattern on the other side.

3 crossarm 200

3 ball cross-armed cascade with inside throws

4 crossarm rev 200

4 ball cross-armed asynch fountain

44 sync crossarm rev 200

4 ball cross-armed synch fountain

5 crossarm rev 200

5 ball cross-armed cascade

Cross armed 5 ball reverce cascade 80catches

Cross armed 5 ball reverce cascade 80catches.

5 ball cross-armed cascade by Yuichiro Kondo

365JT 23 Cascade cross hand-0

365JT 23 Cascade cross hand-0

3 ball cross-armed cascade with inside throws

Capybara ~cross-armed tricks~

Capybara ~cross-armed tricks~

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