Object manipulation
Object manipulation is a form of dexterity play or performance in which one or more people physically interact with one or more objects. Many object manipulation skills are recognised circus skills. O...
Object manipulation - Wikipedia
Michael Moschen performs "The Triangle"
Michael Moschen, one of the most talented jugglers on the planet, puts his mind on the subject. He carefully crafts amazing works of true art by thinking outside the box - and inside a triangle.
13-year-old mind-boggling Rubik's Cube juggling record
13-year-old Que Jianyu from Fujian in China trained for two years before attempting this mind-boggling Rubik's Cube juggling record on the stage of Zhejiang TV's show, iDream
Amazing Contact Juggling: Object Manipulation
The techniques found in contact juggling, such as balancing or rolling a single ball or palm spinning, have been performed for centuries. Contact juggling is a form of object manipulation which focus...
The Hypnotizing Art Of Contact Juggling
This dude is a straight up wizard and his contact juggling skills are totally hypnotizing.
Flow - object manipulation - Buugeng / S-staff
In "Flow", Gustavo Ollitta manipulates S-staffs (buugengs) and triple buugengs skillfully. The illusion brought by the pieces is fantastic, almost magical. He flows, present.
Rhythmic gymnastics
13000+ comments! 4 million+ views! A montage for anyone who thinks Rhythmic Gymnastics is easy...
How to Juggle Three Balls - YouTube
Feb 20, 2008 ... See what you can learn on the go with the new Howcast App for iPhone and iPad : http://bit.ly/11ZmFOu Watch more Juggling & Circus Tricks ...
Juggling
Two men jugglingJuggling is a physical skill, performed by a juggler, involving the manipulation of objects for recreation, entertainment, art, or sport. The most recognizable form of juggling is to...
Juggling - Wikipedia
Contact juggling
Contact juggling is a form of object manipulation that focuses on the movement of objects such as balls in contact with the body. Although often used in conjunction with "toss juggling", it differs in...
Contact juggling - Wikipedia
Rhythmic gymnastics
Rhythmic gymnastics is an activity in which individuals or teams of five manipulate one or two pieces of apparatus: clubs, hoop, ball, ribbon, rope and Free (no apparatus). An individual athlete only ...
Rhythmic gymnastics - Wikipedia
Twirling
Twirling is now any of several art forms, hobbies, or sport and recreational activities accomplished by spinning or rotating the twirled object either for exercise, play or performance. The object twi...
Twirling - Wikipedia
Poi (juggling)
Poi refers to both a style of performing art and the equipment used for engaging in poi performance. As a performance art, poi involves swinging tethered weights through a variety of rhythmical and ge...
Poi (juggling) - Wikipedia
Headroll
Headroll may refer to:
Rhys Thomas (juggler)
Rhys Thomas is a juggler, comedian and entertainer in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. He has been performing publicly since 1987. His performance style is one characterized by jokes and ...
Rhys Thomas (juggler) - Wikipedia
Pen spinning
Pen spinning (also known as pen twirling, pen mawashi and pen tricks) is a form of object manipulation that involves the deft manipulation of a writing instrument with one's hands. Although it is oft...
Pen spinning - Wikipedia
Baton twirling
Twirling Baton, 2010Baton twirling is a sport involving the manipulation of a metal rod and the human body to a coordinated routine and is similar to rhythmic gymnastics or color guard (flag spinnin...
Baton twirling - Wikipedia
Fire staff
A fire staff is a staff, constructed out of wood or metal with Kevlar wick added to one or both ends. Fire staffs are used for fire performance.
There are two predominant styles for manipulating a...
Fire staff - Wikipedia
Jwibulnori
Jwibulnori (쥐불놀이) is a popular Korean game. It's a play to make a fire on paddies and fields to exterminate harmful insects and rats during the first full moon of a year in the lunar calendar, which i...
List of jugglers
A juggler is a person who practices object manipulation for entertainment, sport or recreation. Famous professional jugglers have come from many countries and have performed their skills live in circu...
Hat manipulation
Hat manipulation is a form of juggling in which the manipulator performs feats of skill and dexterity using a brimmed hat such as a bowler hat or a top hat as a prop. Tricks can range from rolling a h...
Equilibristics
Circus skills are a group of pursuits that have been performed as entertainment in circus, sideshow, busking or variety/vaudeville/music hall shows. Most circus skills are still being performed today....
Modern juggling culture
Since the late 1980s, a large juggling culture has developed, revolving around local clubs and organizations, special events, shows, magazines, video sharing websites, Internet forums, competitions an...
Modern juggling culture - Wikipedia
Chinese yo-yo
The Chinese yo-yo is a toy from China consisting of two equally sized discs connected with a long axle. An alternating lifting and dropping motion using two sticks, each held in one hand, keeps the yo...
Chinese yo-yo - Wikipedia
Torch (juggling)
Juggling torches are one of various props used by jugglers. Torches are usually commercially made props that are made of wood and/or metal with a wick attached at one end. The wick is impregnated with...
Torch (juggling) - Wikipedia
Deriugins School
The Deriugina School, also known as the Deriugins' School is a rhythmic gymnastics club in Kiev, Ukraine. It is run by the mother and daughter team of Albina Deriugina, who is the head coach, and Irin...
Fire performance
Video of a fire performance at Webster Hall NYC Fire performance is a group of performance arts or disciplines that involve manipulation of fire. Fire performance typically involves tools or other o...
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Meteor (juggling)
A skill toy of Asian origin, the meteor consists of a rope, usually between 5 and 8 feet long, with weights attached to either end. Tricks are performed by swinging, wrapping and throwing the meteor a...
Meteor (juggling) - Wikipedia