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Contact Juggling

Author: James Ernest
ISBN: 1591000270
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Contact Juggling is an unusual and beautiful juggling technique. It involves rolling one or more balls on the hands, arms, and body. It combines the visual grace of dance with the technical demands of juggling. It is a joy to watch and a satisfying challenge to perform. This is James Ernest's original instruction book on contact juggling, first released in 1990, and now in its third edition. It contains instructions for all the basic moves, including hand rolls, isolations, multi-ball palm spinning, and more. It also contains updated sections describing a wealth of new and unusual contact juggling tricks. Juggler's World Magazine called Contact Juggling "one of the best-designed juggling instruction books available." The text and illustrations are clear and thorough. Grab your copy today!

Juggling Elephants

Author: Jones Loflin
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101216352
Size: 37.42 MB
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What do you do when your life feels as busy as a three-ring circus? Juggling Elephants tells a simple but profound story about one man with a universal problem. Mark has too much to do, too many priorities, too much stress, and too little time. As he struggles to balance his many responsibilities without cracking under the pressure, Mark takes a break to attend the circus with his family. There he has a surprising conversation with a wise ringmaster. He leaves with a simple but powerful lesson: Trying to get everything done is like juggling elephants -- impossible. So Mark begins to think about his work, family, and personal life the way a ringmaster thinks about the many acts in a three-ring circus. He discovers that managing his various acts can be fun and easy once he changes his attitude and follows his new friend's ongoing guidance. Mark soon realizes: • If you keep trying to juggle elephants, no one, including you, will be thrilled with your performance. • A ringmaster cannot be in all three rings at once. • The key to the success of a circus is having quality acts in all three rings. • Intermission is an essential part of any good circus. Juggling Elephants is a wonderfully lighthearted guide for everyone who feels like they're about to be squashed. It will help you better focus your time and energy, so you'll be able to enjoy more of the things that are important to you. Above all, it will teach you how to run your circus, instead of letting the circus run you. From the Hardcover edition.

Juggling For The Complete Klutz

Author: John Cassidy
ISBN: 9781570547935
Size: 65.41 MB
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This is Klutz's flagship title - more than 2.5 million copies sold, and every one of them packaged with three aerodynamically sound bean bags. Klutz taught America how to juggle! Now it's your turn to learn.

The Art Of Juggling

Author: Ken Benge
Publisher: Brian Dube
ISBN: 9780917643019
Size: 41.48 MB
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Demonstrates beginning, intermediate, and advanced juggling patterns, discusses balancing, bouncing tricks, and props, and suggests ways to improve one's performance.

Microfinance Debt And Over Indebtedness

Author: Isabelle Guérin
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135047596
Size: 61.33 MB
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Although microcredit programmes have long been considered efficient development tools, many forms of debt-induced distress have emerged in their wake. This has brought to light the problem of over-indebtedness, a topic which has been previously underexplored in the literature. This new book, from a group of leading scholars, explores the manifestations, scale, and economic and social implications of household over-indebtedness in areas conventionally considered as financially excluded. The book approaches debt not only as a financial transaction, but also as a form of social bond, and offers a socioeconomic analysis of over-indebtedness. The volume puts forward a broad definition of over-indebtedness, highlighting its situational and semantic complexity and diversity. It provides a close analysis of local conceptions of debt and over-indebtedness, highlighting frameworks of calculation and the constant renegotiation of their boundaries. On top of this, it looks far beyond microcredit to examine all the financial practices that individuals juggle. The volume argues that over-indebtedness has more to do with social inequalities than financial illiteracy, and should therefore be understood in the light of global trends of financialization. It also reveals the ambiguity of "financial inclusion" policies, and in many respects questions the actions of new credit providers. This book will be valuable reading for students, researchers and policy makers interested in microfinance and development issues.

The Mathematics Of Juggling

Author: Burkard Polster
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387227482
Size: 31.61 MB
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As a juggler the author likes to finish his performances with a stunt that combines props and techniques from a variety of juggling disciplines. Imagine him idling on a giraffe unicycle, while balancing a spinning basketball on a mouth stick, and toss-juggling a sword, a toilet plunger, and a rubber chicken. As a mathematician he is also interested in the treasure trove of beautiful mathematics used to model the different activities in a juggler's repertoire. In this book he provides an intellectually stimulating collection of mostly self-contained mathematical essays that introduce the reader to many elegant results and techniques from a wide range of mathematical disciplines such as combinatorics, graph theory, knot theory, mechanics, differential equations, control theory, and robotics. "The Mathematics of Juggling" is the first comprehensive account summarizing and expanding the results in the literature on juggling tricks and skills, as well as the mathematics behind these tricks and skills. Anybody who is not put off by the word "mathematics" in the title of this book should have a good time reading it.