When we decided to develop this kind of notation, it was because we could not find a way to describe most of the tricks that we do in Diabology Siteswap.

When we say that we juggle with five balls, we usually assume that we are juggling the normal cascade (5). However, we can also juggle five balls like a shower (91) or a half-shower (73), etc.

The same goes for the diabolo. When we say that we have achieved 3 Diabolos Low, we now know what it means, but how many ways are there to juggle 3 Diabolos Low? If we delve deeper into the notation of juggling, we discover that there are no limits, and that everything we do can be written down.

All the siteswap patterns that we propose for the diabolo are just a few examples of what is actually possible and should not be mistaken for the only way to do it – there is an infinite number of different diabolo patterns.

We have decided to dedicate an entire website to this LAB, so the information is more orderly.

Dive into the depths of diabolo siteswap and discover the endless possibilities it has to offer.

Remember that diabolositeswap.com provides an interpretation of the Classic Siteswap for diabolo, which can be used to explain most diabolo tricks.

The playlist that we use to train diabolo siteswaps

Appropriate music to juggle diabolo siteswaps ← PlayList
Dídac Gilabert
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Dídac Gilabert is a juggler and the creative force behind the troposfera.xyz project. He has been using juggling as a tool for introspection and reflection for long time. Dídac's juggling style combine technical precision with artistic expression to create a captivating and thought-provoking performance. Dídac is also deeply engaged in researching juggling theory and his insights have been the core of troposfera.xyz's reclaiming juggling as a unique art form.

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