Greg Bennick flourishes the white club in the right hand while throwing a blue club as a double with the left hand.
An Isolated Flourish Out of a Three Club Juggle
A good way to find the time for the two circles of the flourish while juggling is to throw a double with the opposite hand.
Begin with the checked club and the black club in the right hand, and the white club in the left hand. Throw the checked club from the right hand to the left hand to begin juggling a standard cascade with single spins.
When you are comfortable, try a flourish in the right hand. Throw the checked club from your left hand to your right hand so you can catch the club in the inverted position in your right hand. Remember that the right hand releases the white club as a single spin, just before catching the checked club.
As the right hand begins the flourish with the inside circle, toss the black club as a double from your left hand back to your left hand. Catch the white club in your left hand.
The next throw is also from the left hand. Send the white club back from the left hand to the right hand with a single spin.
The time that the left hand takes to throw twice in a row, along with one of the throws being a double, should be ample time for your right hand to complete the flourish and be ready to catch the white club.
Please be aware that if you continue juggling and try the flourish again, the order of the black and white clubs will switch after every flourish. The two throws in a row from the left hand will toggle the order each time.
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