Hi! My name is Adria. I am a professional
juggler here at Expert Village.com. In this, is where we learn to juggle three scarfs.
You have already been introduced to scarfs and see how they differ from balls and see
how the action required for scarfs differs from balls. Well here we are going to see
how the grip for three scarfs differs from balls. In order to throw three scarfs, you
have to be able to throw two from one hand, which means you have to hold them separately
from each other. One scarf is held between the thumb and the first two fingers of the
hand. The second scarf is held with the ring and the pinky finger against the palm. The
first scarf released will be the scarf on top. The second scarf released will be the
one on bottom. Now, we are going to use the same cross arm motion that we learned. Crossing
the arms and dropping and then catching with the other hand. So, we lift drop, lift drop
catch, lift drop catch. One, two, three and as you can see, we can keep the motion going.
The scarfs move slowly and they have plenty of time to fall, so you have plenty of time
to catch, there is no reason to hurry. Lift drop, lift drop catch, lift drop catch, lift
drop catch, lift drop catch in one smooth continuous motion. This is a three scarf cascade.
As you can see we are using our whole arm making a circular motion, dropping the scarfs
at the top of the apex, catching them with the other hand on their way down and continuing