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Still struggling with 5 balls even by keep in mind to make one perfect tose at a time, it seems still doesn't help at all.
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Peter Bone's profile photoDrew Briney's profile photo
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5 balls is the breakthrough number IMO.  
I agree with what was said above.  It took me a couple of months to get solid with 5 balls but better techniques improved my progress later.

I can do 8 now.  When I got to higher numbers, I found the best advice came from jugglers like Jason Garfield: Throw a flash with no errors ten times in a row before moving forward.  Then, do 7 throws, 7 catches perfectly before moving to 9 and so on.  Start with your weak hand at least half of the time because it will expose weaknesses that you are not noticing when starting with your strong hand (this tip originated from Nick Gatto's advice to Anthony and helped me progress faster).  

Also, adjusting height up and down helps.  Some people do better with higher patterns because they are not quite as fast; other people like lower patterns because the accuracy issue is easier to control and because they are naturally fast.  

Best.
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Phil Gee

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This is just absurd. No idea what made her even begin to learn this. Surely there are enough tricks to learn with two hands, the right way up?
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Peter Bone's profile photoTobias Olschewski's profile photoDrew Briney's profile photoKarissa Briney's profile photo
 
Selyna Bogino is a professional juggler. She makes a lot of money probably. Antipode (foot juggling) has a long history in circus although not as many people do it these days. All good reasons.
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Tyler S

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Pretty neat but not sure how I feel about it. Why not just use the time put into the game to learn to actually juggle?
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Tyler S

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Excellent
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Sweeeeeet first trick!
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Tyler S

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what do ya think of poi juggling?
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I think it looks hard to do. :)
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Tyler S

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Here is a video of my roommate juggling fire poi at the flow festival he put on.  'Spin In: A Prop Gathering 2014"
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Scott L

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Long form sports journalism looks at Anthony Gatto.
Why did Anthony Gatto, the greatest juggler alive — and perhaps of all time — back away from his art to open a construction business?
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Scott L's profile photoOndřej Vitík's profile photo
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Amazing article +Anthony Gatto
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(c) +Niclas Glasberg 
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My handmade crocheted club collections 
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Mike Hindle

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They were onto a good thing :-) 
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Hey +Christopher K. Liew yeah looks like it doesn't it. 
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Boston Mess
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Hi people.

This is coming up soon. Starts Friday 11th to Thursday 17th April 2014.

Obviously it'll be too far to to travel for most people, but I'm just putting the word out ;)

Website: http://www.bjc2014.co.uk

Location link in post ↓
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J Adkins

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Combat juggling.
 
"the world of combat juggling, a competitive game that turns the club tossing form of entertainment into a team sport. Unlike more traditional versions of the activity, combat juggling is less concerned with form than with knocking competitors’ pins to the ground." Via Laughing Squid.
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I'd love to do this
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Chris Binny

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Short demo/promo video from from Circulus, a new group from the Circus Space in London
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Drew Briney's profile photoCharlie Kanteles's profile photoMike Hindle's profile photoKarissa Briney's profile photo
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This is brilliant! Cheers for sharing :-) 
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Tyler S

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If you are ever in Eugene, Oregon, stop by Monroe Park on a sunny afternoon.
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My handmade plastic yarn crocheted clubs 
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What juggling clubs should I get? I'm in Canada but can ship from the U.S.A.
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Allan Millerwood's profile photoBoston Mess's profile photo
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I got 'em off a website.

http://www.oddballs.co.uk

Dunno if they'll deliver to you.

Think I got six for eleven quid each, it worked out. Not sure what they are now.
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I am juggling with my handmade crocheted balls 
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My handmade crocheted juggling balls 
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Eddy Kwok's profile photoSamza Januardi's profile photo
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Looks great. How to make one? 
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Great multiplexing, really like the style ! 
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