MultiBall Contact by Drew Batchelor

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MultiBall Contact by Drew Batchelor

The essential guide to Multiball Contact, more than you ever dreamed that you wanted to know about Multiball Contact, from 1 to 11 balls and then some.

16 Lessons of Instructions

16 lessons of contact with 1 to 4 balls, explain all the techniques you will ever need to master Multiball Contact. This course in contact is aimed to start with complete beginners, No prior experience of any form of manipulation is necessary, not even 1 Ball Contact. No palmspinning, no nothing.
The first 3 lessons are 1 ball holding and rolling technique, as a primer for lesson 4: 2 balls in 1 hand palmspinning.

Each lesson uses a few simple moves to help you develop and refine a particular piece of Contact technique, hence even highly experienced manipulators will gain a great deal by studying these lessons.

drew with 8 Ball Cube
How to form this 8 Ball Cube is explained in the
8 Ball Inspiration Section

14 Chapters of Inspirational Moves

Inspirational chapters reveal the secrets of the best of multi-ball: With chapters focusing on 3 balls, 4 balls, 2 chapters of Snakes, 5 balls, 6 balls, 7 ball and 8 balls, but unlike most contact, this guide doesn't stop there. Four more inspiration chapters will take you on to 9 balls, 10 balls and 11 ball and finally, there's one last chapter for people who like to play with small balls.

Enough to keep anyone busy for years! There isn't a Multiball manipulator on the planet who wouldn't gain a great deal from reading this book.

drew with 10ball pyramid
10 ball 3 layer pyramid

Author: Drew Bathcelor

SKU: BOO-010

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£15.95
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    SKU: BOO-010
    Weight: 0.47kg
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    The essential guide to Multiball Contact, more than you ever dreamed that you wanted to know about Multiball Contact, from 1 to 11 balls and then some.

    16 Lessons of Instructions

    16 lessons of contact with 1 to 4 balls, explain all the techniques you will ever need to master Multiball Contact. This course in contact is aimed to start with complete beginners, No prior experience of any form of manipulation is necessary, not even 1 Ball Contact. No palmspinning, no nothing.
    The first 3 lessons are 1 ball holding and rolling technique, as a primer for lesson 4: 2 balls in 1 hand palmspinning.

    Each lesson uses a few simple moves to help you develop and refine a particular piece of Contact technique, hence even highly experienced manipulators will gain a great deal by studying these lessons.

    drew with 8 Ball Cube
    How to form this 8 Ball Cube is explained in the
    8 Ball Inspiration Section

    14 Chapters of Inspirational Moves

    Inspirational chapters reveal the secrets of the best of multi-ball: With chapters focusing on 3 balls, 4 balls, 2 chapters of Snakes, 5 balls, 6 balls, 7 ball and 8 balls, but unlike most contact, this guide doesn't stop there. Four more inspiration chapters will take you on to 9 balls, 10 balls and 11 ball and finally, there's one last chapter for people who like to play with small balls.

    Enough to keep anyone busy for years! There isn't a Multiball manipulator on the planet who wouldn't gain a great deal from reading this book.

    drew with 10ball pyramid
    10 ball 3 layer pyramid

    Author: Drew Bathcelor

Reviews
    1. This summer it has b... Review by Karl Suber

      This summer it has been a fantastic experience to sit in the park with this wonderful book. I once saw a busker in Amsterdam doing a stack of 4 balls and have wanted to know the secret since. This book has taught me that trick and many more. The writing is clear with good quality photographs. The teaching level and attention to detail is very high and by following the exercises I have made good progress with up to 8 balls now. Lots of people buy dvds now, but this book has given me much more depth and understanding of my contact juggling than I think a dvd ever could. Excellent! (Posted on 10/08/2007)

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