Because of their thinness, light weight, and relative ease of
collecting, rings are often used for juggling high numbers of props. Juggling
rings are easier to juggle than clubs, but harder than balls due to size and
throwing mechanics. Because of ring’ impressive appearance for their level of
difficulty, they remain a popular juggling item. When juggled, rings are
typically spun about their central axis. The resulting gyroscopic motion of the
ring allows it to keep the same orientation after it is thrown. This property
is utilized but performers to achieve various visual effects. For example, a
performer might intentionally juggle some rings with the broad side to audience
and some others with the edge to the audience.
the attention of the audience through these rings of light juggling made of
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Inigo Larrayoz - Spain03/01/2010
I write you a few lines to tell you, that the wheel arrived two weeks ago and it ist in perfect condition. I´ve tested it twice und the answer was the highest. I hadn´t problems to assemble or disassemble it. I muss say, it is terribly difficult to start using it it but I suppose, I only have to spend time on it and have a lot of patience;)
I want to thank you again for your attention and your treat...
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