The Reverse Cascade
As the name implies, this is the cascade pattern, but juggled in reverse.
While juggling a cascade, the catches are made on the outside of the pattern,
the hands then move a bit inwards as they throw. Each ball goes underneath
the one in the air as it peaks.
With the reverse cascade, the catches are made on the inside of the pattern,
the hands then move outwards to throw. Each ball goes over the one in the air (usually called
"over-the-top" or "reverse-cascade" throws).
video - The Reverse Cascade
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