- A pattern where one juggler is passing clubs two at least two others, usually doing twice as many passes as either one of them. In the 'default' 3-person feed, there is one feeder and two feedees, the feeder is doing a 2-count, alternating passes to the feedees, who are doing a 4-count (one passing on count 1, the other on count 3).
- Sweep feed
- A feed where the passes are made going from feedee to feedee back and forth, left-to-right and right-to-left. For instance, if A is feeding B, C, and D, then the sequence of a sweep feed might be B C D C B C D C B. It could instead go in the opposite direction (i.e. start with D). This is the 'usual' feed when facing three feedees. The center feedee has half of the passes of the feeder, the outside feedees half of that. So, a 2-count for the feeder turns into a 4-count for the center feedee, and a boring 8-count for the outside feedees. Compare to Typewriter Feed.
- Typewriter Feed
- Carriage Return
- A feed where the passes are made going from feedee to feedee in one direction, but not the other. For instance, A is feeding B, C, and D, then the sequence of a typewriter feed might be B C D B C D. It could instead go in the opposite direction. (The ultimate typewriter feed is when the feeder is in the center of a circle, and spins continuously in one direction, feeding as he faces each feedee in turn). Compare to Sweep Feed.
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