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How to Crack a Whip
When done correctly, whip-cracking can be a challenging and highly entertaining sport all on its own. You’ve seen Catwoman and rodeo stars wield them like mavens, and they make it look easy. A skilled whip artist can perform some impressive tricks... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Challenging
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May 31, 2008 ... I do my best to explain the most basic way to crack a bullwhip: the cattleman's crack. This crack is also known as the circus crack, gypsy crack, ...

How to Crack a Whip: 8 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow


Want to channel your inner Indiana Jones? Cracking a whip requires smooth motions and precise movements. Read on to learn how to get that train a-movin'.

Paul's tips on learning the art of cracking a whip.


Paul's tips on learning the art of cracking a whip. Throwing a bullwhip for the first time. Many people want to know what kind of grip and where on the whip ...

Learn to Crack a Whip (washingtonpost.com)


Sep 26, 2004 ... To me, whip cracking brings to mind images of ruddy cowboys riding the range, the "snap!" of their trusty lanyards echoing through the night as ...

Whip Cracking Instructions - BULLWHIP - info.com


Don't worry about making it crack. Just learn how to make the loop happen. You want this loop to travel smoothly down the entire length of the whip and if you do  ...

| Whip Lessons - The Whip Artistry Studio


Anyone can 'crack' a whip, but if someone wants to learn the skill of whip handling, the finesse of precision whip artistry, and the fun of sport whip cracking and ...

Selecting Your First Whip for Sport Cracking - David Morgan


It is much easier to learn to crack with a good whip than with a poor one. ... While there are many styles of whips, the choice for whip cracking is between ...

How to Crack a Whip - Happy Cracking


Start with the whip down or preferably behind you and your arm down straight by your side (the 6 o'clock position).Note – I'm demonstrating with a 6 foot ...