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kreso
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Croatia
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Posted - 09/10/2009 :  15:56:24  Show Profile  Send kreso an ICQ Message  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by anthonygatto

There will be a host of other workshops to come. I made a learn to juggle 3 and 4 ball one which is obviously not for you guys, I created it for the general public. It's very very nice though and now I have a great system for making these. The three ball workshop took two months to write, film, and edit. I will also be offering other workshops at You must be logged in to see this link. . Basically for learning the circus skills.

It's going to be some time before I release the next ones that are geared for jugglers. I am keeping all of your ideas in mind though. I have a workshop written on the techniques and mental aspect of juggling. This is something that I foresee more as a written learning tool. It's difficult to put these words to video, so that's a challenge that I am going to have to figure out to see which direction would be more beneficial for the consumer.

I am very happy about the positive response from the seven ball one. When someone says that it helped them achieve their goals, it's just as good of a feeling to me as getting applause for my performance.

I will say hat the next generation of workshops will be of even better quality.


A.G.

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have you considered idea to let other people film & edit videos for you? i presume it would be easier and less time consuming but also more expensive.

i figure these projects really take time, i read that jason's garfield last dvd was in production for the last 2 years, that's really long time
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SamMalcolm
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USA
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Posted - 09/12/2009 :  01:01:09  Show Profile  Visit SamMalcolm's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Have you considered doing a tutorial on rings and clubs and proper technique? It took me a few weeks to figure out I was using bad technique when I started working on 5 rings, and then after that it got easier. The technique for holding more than 2 in 1 hand is even something that would be useful to a lot of people. I didn't know how to release 3 from one hand until CJ explained to me how you do it.

Just my 2 cents.

Sam

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anthonygatto
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USA
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Posted - 09/12/2009 :  10:38:00  Show Profile  Visit anthonygatto's Homepage Send anthonygatto a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I have considered rings and clubs. Again, in the future you will see more to choose from. As for someone else filming and editing, it would be nice to have someone there to film by my direction, but it's what I am interested in, and let's remember there is not a huge profit in juggling related videos. The three ball workshop that I made given todays prices would have cost me around $10,000 to have filmed and edited. I don't think it's worth the investment when I can do it myself and learn from the process.

A.G.

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Mark Kolbusz
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USA
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Posted - 01/03/2010 :  03:25:25  Show Profile  Visit Mark Kolbusz's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Took you a few weeks? I was already juggling for a few years before I even knew it was possible to juggle 5 props let alone how to release them. You guys should all be VERY thankfull for all the info and tutorials that are available to you via the internet about juggling...because 20 years ago when I was a little kid and began it was all trial and error and just figring **** out on your own
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Have you considered doing a tutorial on rings and clubs and proper technique? It took me a few weeks to figure out I was using bad technique when I started working on 5 rings, and then after that it got easier. The technique for holding more than 2 in 1 hand is even something that would be useful to a lot of people. I didn't know how to release 3 from one hand until CJ explained to me how you do it.

Just my 2 cents.

Sam

Sam Malcolm





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anthonygatto
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Posted - 01/03/2010 :  08:29:01  Show Profile  Visit anthonygatto's Homepage Send anthonygatto a Private Message  Reply with Quote
It is good for the new generation, but it also isn't. When we were kids we would try something and practice it until we got it, then figure out something new to do. Now they the trend seems to be see, try it until you make it even if it takes ten hours, then move on never really mastering anything.

A.G.

Art the end result of perception, wisdom, intelligence, discipline, hard work, passion, luck, accident, and coincidence.

A very smart unknown source
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Caio Stevanovich
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Brazil
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Posted - 01/04/2010 :  00:05:09  Show Profile  Visit Caio Stevanovich's Homepage  Click to see Caio Stevanovich's MSN Messenger address Send Caio Stevanovich a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by anthonygatto

It is good for the new generation, but it also isn't. When we were kids we would try something and practice it until we got it, then figure out something new to do. Now they the trend seems to be see, try it until you make it even if it takes ten hours, then move on never really mastering anything.

A.G.

Art the end result of perception, wisdom, intelligence, discipline, hard work, passion, luck, accident, and coincidence.

A very smart unknown source



Couldn't agree more...

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