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(6x,2x)(2x,6x)
Sprung 3 200
Sprung 3 ball cascade

Capacity

4

Period

4

Full period

12

Orbits

2

Composition

Prime

States

(Excited state)
(1,1)(0,1)(1,0) (6x,2x)
(1,1)(1,0)(0,1) (2x,6x)

Ladder diagram

Sprung 3

Stack notation

(4x,2x)*

Dual

Self-dual

Anagrams

(6x,2x)(6x,2x)
(6x,6x)(2x,2x)

 

(8,2x)(2x,8)
Sprung 4 200
Sprung 4 ball fountain

Capacity

5

Period

4

Full period

8

Orbits

3

Composition

Prime

States

(Excited state)
(1,1)(0,1)(1,0)(0,1) (8,2x)
(1,1)(1,0)(0,1)(1,0) (2x,8)

Ladder diagram

Sprung 4

Stack notation

(5,2x)*

Dual

(8x,2)*

  A sprung pattern is a synch siteswap that is a higher version of an asynch pattern, done with a short dwell time while throwing another prop back and forth horizontally at the bottom of the pattern. A simple example of a sprung pattern is the box, siteswap (4,2x)*, which is a sprung version of the 2 ball fountain, siteswap 2.

Video: Sprung 3 club backcrosses by Wes Peden
Video: Sprung 3 ball cascade with the low throws blind behind the back by Chris Noonan
Video: Sprung Boston mess by Dan Wood
Video: Kick-up from a sprung 4 ball fountain to a sprung 5 ball cascade by Haavard Hvidsten
Video: Sprung 744 by Dan Wood

To turn the notation for an asynch siteswap [example: 423] into a sprung siteswap, double each of the numbers in the siteswap [example: 846], put them synch format, alternately on the left and right sides of the commas, and with an x after the doubled odd numbers [ example: (8,)(,4)(6x,) ], fill in the blank spots with 2x's [ example: (8,2x)(2x,4)(6x,2x) ], and add a star at the end if the original pattern had an odd period (and odd number of numbers in the siteswap) [example: (8,2x)(2x,4)(6x,2x)*].

Siteswap exercisesEdit

You can use these exercises to practice the same kinds of throws and sequences of throws that are done in sprung patterns, before you learn the full pattern.

Some of the siteswaps listed below are shortened to leave out parts where you’re not doing anything. Click on them to see animations of the exercises.

You should practice doing these starting with your right hand and with your left hand, so that you will be ready to learn the full symmetrical pattern.

Sprung 3 ball cascade:

Prerequisites: 4 ball fountain, 3 ball box

Exercises to prepare for (6x,2x)*:

Sprung 4 ball fountain:

Prerequisites: 5 ball cascade, sprung 3 ball cascade

Exercises to prepare for (8,2x)*:

Examples of sprung versions of siteswapsEdit

42x box 200

2: (4,2x)*

Sprung 31 200

31: (6x,2x)(2x,2x)

Sprung 312 200

312: (6x,2x)(2x,2x)(4,2x)*

Sprung 330 200

330: (6x,2x)(2x,6x)(0,2x)*

Sprung 411 200

411: (8,2x)(2x,2x)(2x,2x)*

Sprung 3 200

3: (6x,2x)*

Sprung 42 200

42: (8,2x)(2x,4)

Sprung 423 200

423: (8,2x)(2x,4)(6x,2x)*

Sprung 441 200

441: (8,2x)(2x,8)(2x,2x)*

Sprung 522 200

522: (ax,2x)(2x,4)(4,2x)*

(Video)

Sprung 531 200

531: (ax,2x)(2x,6x)(2x,2x)*

(Video)

Sprung 5511 200

5511: (ax,2x)(2x,ax)(2x,2x)(2x,2x)

Sprung 4 200

4: (8,2x)*

Sprung 552 200

552: (ax,2x)(2x,ax)(4,2x)*

(Video)

Sprung 534 200

534: (ax,2x)(2x,6x)(8,2x)*

(Video)

Sprung 6622 200

6622: (c,2x)(2x,c)(4,2x)(2x,4)

Sprung 633 200

633: (c,2x)(2x,6x)(6x,2x)*

(Video)

Sprung 5 200

5: (ax,2x)*

Sprung 645 200

645: (c,2x)(2x,8)(ax,2x)*

Sprung 663 200

663: (c,2x)(2x,c)(6x,2x)*

Sprung 6 200

6: (c,2x)*

VariationsEdit

Siteswaps done high at the same time as (4,0)* instead of (2x,0)*:

2sprung 31 200

31: (6x,4)(4,2x)

2sprung 312 200

312: (6x,4)(4,2x)(4,4)*

2sprung 330 200

330: (6x,4)(4,6x)(0,4)*

2sprung 411 200

411: (8,4)(4,2x)(2x,4)*

2sprung 3 200

3: (6x,4)*

2sprung 42 200

42: (8,4)(4,4)

2sprung 423 200

423: (8,4)(4,4)(6x,4)*

2sprung 441 200

441: (8,4)(4,8)(2x,4)*

2sprung 522 200

522: (ax,4)(4,4)(4,4)*

2sprung 531 200

531: (ax,4)(4,6x)(2x,4)*

2sprung 5511 200

5511: (ax,4)(4,ax)(2x,4)(4,2x)

2sprung 4 200

4: (8,4)*

2sprung 552 200

552: (ax,4)(4,ax)(4,4)*

2sprung 534 200

534: (ax,4)(4,6x)(8,4)*

(Video)

2sprung 5 200

5: (ax,4)*

Siteswaps done high at the same time as (6x,0)*:

3sprung 31 200

31: (6x,6x)(6x,2x)

3sprung 312 200

312: (6x,6x)(6x,2x)(4,6x)*

3sprung 330 200

330: (6x,6x)(6x,6x)(6x,0)*

3sprung 411 200

411: (8,6x)(6x,2x)(2x,6x)*

3sprung 42 200

42: (8,6x)(6x,4)

3sprung 423 200

423: (8,6x)(6x,4)(6x,6x)*

3sprung 4 200

4: (8,6x)*

3sprung 552 200

552: (ax,6x)(6x,ax)(4,6x)*

3sprung 534 200

534: (ax,6x)(6x,6x)(8,6x)*

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Sprung Siteswaps

Sprung siteswaps by Will Penman

See alsoEdit

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