Windmill (juggling)

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In juggling, a windmill, or false shower,[1] is a juggling pattern which resembles the shower. It is often considered a prerequisite or preparation for Mills Mess, or the other way around. One hand throws outside (or reverse cascade) and the other throws underarm, so that the outside hand catches while crossed over the underarm hand.


  1. ^ Gillson, George (1991/1993). Beyond the cascade: step-by-step guides to 88 classic 3-ball juggling tricks, p.21. Ugly Juggling. ISBN 978-0962793806.

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