Toss Juggling - Common Juggling Patterns

Common Juggling Patterns

One of the most basic three-ball patterns, the first trick a juggler normally learns, is the cascade. Below is a list of other common three-ball patterns.

  • Reverse cascade
  • Shower
  • Mills Mess (and other 'messes' such as Boston Mess)
  • Burke's Barrage
  • Rubenstein's Revenge
  • Box
  • Chops
  • Columns
  • Yo-yo
  • Fountain
  • Multiplex
  • Flash

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