A lift bounce or passive bounce is a bounce juggling pattern where the balls are lifted or tossed upward after each catch so that they always fall from the same height. Lift bounce patterns are normally done with outside throws, so the balls are thrown on the outside of the pattern and then go down through the middle, with the right-hand and left-hand throws crossing paths on the way down. The reverse of this pattern is a force bounce.

The highest number of balls that have been qualified in a lift bounce pattern is 10, and the highest number of balls that have been flashed in a lift bounce is 11 (by Tim Nolan).

A column bounce is a type of lift bounce pattern involving columns, claw catches, and multiple bounces.

3 lift 200

3 ball lift bounce

4x4x lift 200

4 ball lift bounce

5 lift 200

5 ball lift bounce


5 inside lift 200

Lift bounce with inside throws

5 hyperlift 200

Hyperlift bounce (the balls are moving up while being thrown and down while being caught)

5 inside hyperlift 200

Hyperlift bounce with inside throws

Mathias Ramfelt. 9 bounce balls00:45

Mathias Ramfelt. 9 bounce balls.

9 ball lift bounce world record by Mathias Ramfelt

5 Ball Lift Bouncing A Tutorial10:00

5 Ball Lift Bouncing A Tutorial

5 ball lift bounce tutorial

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