Crossed-Arm Reverse Cascade
The Crossed-Arm Reverse Cascade
is a variation of the Crossed-Arm Cascade in which each ball is thrown over,
rather than under, the previous throw. This is in fact the most comfortable
way to juggle a Crossed-Arm Cascade. Since this trick is so similar to the
Crossed-Arm Cascade, that tutorial can
essentially be adapted to this pattern by simply making overthrows instead
of underthrows. For example, in the first step you will want to cross your
arms and then make one throw from each hand such that your non-dominant is
throwing its ball over the ball from the first throw. This can be
done easily by aiming your throws more toward the center of your body.
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