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Learn to juggle


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Andrew WoodsWatch youtube videos

YouTube is great for this kind of thing. It took me about a month to get the hang of the 3 ball cascade. I bought 4 soft stress balls from the Pike Place Market. They were about $6 each. Juggling 3 items with two hands is easier that 2 items with one hand. You can learn to juggle by taking a 10-minute break now and then, from doing your work. Ultimately, I want to learn to juggle 4 balls, but this 3 is good enough for now. 17 months ago

matsherwoodeasier than I thought

So, i was bored and had tennis balls. That moment was the genesis of this new skill. I had one person make a recommendation on how, then within 10 minutes had it figured out. It was much easier than I thought. 22 months ago


Juggling is a skill that improves with each day i practice. After the fifth day, i could juggle consistently, however i am not fluent yet. But i have the basic skill down pact! 2 years ago

MarkI gonna try 10 minutes a day.

Some where in my daily life I will squeeze it in.

“That which we persist in doing becomes easier not that nature of the task has changed but our ability to do has increased” -Emerson 2 years ago


I have about two weeks between the last day of my summer job and moving into my apartment for school. During those two weeks, I am going to practice juggling for thirty minutes a day. I am writing this for accountability and i will let you know how it goes. 2 years ago

signora oye veyFull of inspiration

In Oslo, with S
And in Copenhagen with M and his friends
Lots of beautiful and inspiring juggling energy.
M told me about the EJC next July in France. I want to go, and I want to first get better at juggling. 2 years ago


Loved doing this. Had lessons a school 2 years ago

silerwatchstill having problems.

I have learned the process. I understand what I am supposed to do. I figure I can figure this out. 2 years ago


Lol, it’s so easy now :) 2 years ago

misscherryjellyStep 1 - Find my juggling balls!

I know that I have some pretty ones hidden in a box in the back room… somewhere!

My man is already very proficient at it so he can be my instructor! 2 years ago

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