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Hillsboro, Illinois, United States / March 4, 2012
Pete Moyer juggled three balls in a box pattern for 27 minutes, 19.48 seconds.
longest, juggling, ball, box pattern
Eek! Bad hair day for me!
please fix my comment page please Corey
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the slow song came on at 15:30
I also did this for a little over 15 minutes yesterday playing songs from skrillex that had rhythm then a slow song came on at 15:30
Endurance records are aggravating. I did this last night for 15 minutes.
Also for me the eyes were fired when i finish that...sometimes you have to keep your eyes out of the pattern and refresh them..
I see no problem with it being done sitting. The real test for me is for my eyes. You constantly have to glance each direction.
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i made this while seating because in the rule was not specified...since it's an endurance test maybe be standing will discourage many people to try that..the pattern itself it's really easy..keep it going for 15 minutes without lose control because you are bored is the problem..
Annnnd Davide is into the mix. We're glad to have you here, Davide!
Since this is also a test of endurance and patience, I'd be interested to hear everyone's opinion if having this attempt done in a sitting or standing position would matter significantly in this category
I did 14:13 today will try again tomorrow!
hey man i've a video of 12 minutes...i'm near to take this record!
Thanks Ma-Ann! Brian's actually the one that taught me this trick.
Brian, I'm pretty sure this is called a "box" pattern by most of the juggling community.
brian, it looks like you've found your juggling nemesis by the name of Pete Moyer, i'm looking forward to a healthy, friendly competition. you two are both awesome!
just submitted a 30 second most catches speed record doing this no higher than your chest height
just submitted a one minute speed record
comment down below when I said difficult level I meant as a beginner 6 or 7. To me this is easy. I been doing this pattern longer than Pete has been alive. Not a lie I did this is 1990
Falcore Scheffler - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riqkA3HKHB8
I'm going to do this
actually this called a see saw. this was like the 3rd trick I learned when I started. difficulty I would say 6 or 7 maybe. rubenstein's revenge is my favorite 3 ball trick which has a high difficulty level
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