CAP Definition for Poi Chat and Tech Poi

I made this animation for a discussion in Poi Chat about CAPs (Continuous Assembly Patterns)

3 definitions for CAP:

1. CAP most often refers to the combined shape of extension and diamond antispin where the hand(s) reverse direction every half circle… changing from inspin to antispin (the prop doesn’t reverse direction so the relationship between the hand and the prop change.

2. CAP can also refer to the C-cap hand path described above, combining shapes other than Extension and Diamond Antispin. 
The pattern in this animation is Box Antispin transitioning into 2 petal inspin (vertical).

A video posted by Lorq Nichols ( on

3. CAP as it was originally intended stands for Continuous Assembly Pattern, and means ANY PATTERN THAT COMBINES DIFFERENT STUFF AND REPEATS…. so there’s 8 step caps and 40 step caps and…. WHAT CAN YOU MAKE THAT REPEATS (that is more than a single pattern)? That’s a cap.

Jonah Memes #1

Jonah Memes 01-01


RIDE THE WAVE: November Club Work.

Spin Science Grand Opening

Spin Science is the new Tech Tiles, and my website is now www.SpinScience.Xyz. Grand Opening is Thursday, October 22nd. I’ll be doing a giveaway and offering my first products at 10% off. I would love if everyone would share my Grand Opening post on Thursday. You’ll be automatically entered into the contest. If you’ve been waiting to get a poster, hoodie, t-shirt, or tank top, that would be a great time. Feel free to share this post, and MAKE SURE to share this Thursday! Thanks a bunch and don’t forget to check out the animations and images I have up! Click on an image below to visit that flower family’s page!

Spin Science - 1 to 1 Club Transitions - 0 Petal Inspin and 2 Petal Antispin Spin Science - 1 to 2 Club Transitions - 1 Petal Inspin and 3 Petal AntispinSpin Science - 1 to 3 Club Transitions - 2 Petal Inspin and 4 Petal AntispinSpin Science - 1 to 4 Club Transitions - 3 Petal Inspin and 5 Petal AntispinSpin Science - 1 to 5 Club Transitions - 4 Petal Inspin and 6 Petal Antispin


A bunch of swinging legos (hob lego weaves)
and other Club stuff from June ’15.


Probably about 7 juggle journal’s worth of material and a little flow
for club lovers and everybody at the Club Congress! Congratulations you made it!

Hope you enjoy! 🙂


Been playing with fishtails in 3 club manipulation.
Check It Out and If You Like it, Share!
Music: Thriftworks – “Westover Brujitos”
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Intro with Chris Kelly… who thought I caught him drumming on some pom grips to Tom Waits 🙂

Nicest set of poi I’ve caught so far… Feel like I said that this time last year. Stoked to be progressing in poi and feeling comfortable with most of the moves I’ve been looking to lock down.

Share if you like Contact POI 🙂


Haven’t posted a video with some glow trails in a while, so here you go!

Gunslinger Wrist Wrap in a bunch of flow and flowers, with glow trails.


(Club Tech Collaboration 2014)
Here’s the annual Club Tech Collaboration (2014!)
Thank you for another great year on Club Tech (Facebook group)!
If you like clubs, give it a SHARE 🙂

~In Order of Appearance~
Lucas Fontana – Brazil
Smilie Pants – Australia
Jorge Vilchis – Mexico
Cody Beastman – U.S.A.
Richard Deanda – U.S.A.
Tom Grinyer – Australia
Wyatt Davis – U.S.A.
Kazuhumi Nakanishi and friend- Japan
Dawn Dreams – Canada
Michael Cercone – U.S.A.
Kevin Axtell – U.S.A.
Jonah DiGirolamo – U.S.A.
Lorq Nichols – U.S.A.

Music: Thriftworks – “pad FUKKK”