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Learn the right way to juggle two balls. the video shows the proper way to juggle two balls.
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Many people think that juggling two balls looks like this. That is the way we learn in kindergarten and first grade, but that is not the way we learn how to do three. You start with two balls and it looks like this. Throw, throw, catch, catch. Throw, throw, catch, catch. Say it out loud. No, say it out loud with me. Throw, throw, catch, catch. Good because if you say it out loud, there is a better chance your hands are going to do what you are telling it to do. Throw, throw, catch, catch.
Let me explain the principle of what I am doing. Most of your juggling is going to folow your principle. Every time a ball is coming on another hand, I have got to make room for it by scooping the ball in that hand underneath and out of the way. So it looks like this. From the right hand on the left, scoop that one out and catch it. Throw, throw, catch, catch. Throw, throw, catch, catch. Let us take a look at that in slow motion.
If you are having trouble controlling your throws on the throw, throw, catch, catch, try doing this, the throw, throw and letting it fall on the ground. Throw, throw. You should hear them hit the ground just about at your feet. Throw, throw. Once you get the timing of that timing of that down, try it again. Throw, throw, catch, catch. Throw, throw, catch, catch.
Some other common problems people have are they try to throw both balls out of their hand at the same time. Throw, throw, catch, catch. You have plenty of time to throw the second ball and scoop it underneath, but you are throwing first ball from the right at a nice arch. Throw, throw, catch, catch.
Another problem is people wait too long to throw the second ball. Throw it when the first ball is at its height. Throw, throw, catch, catch. Throw, throw, catch, catch. When you can do that about 10 times in a row, and when you freeze, you are back in proper juggling position, try starting with your left. Throw from the left hand to the right, when it hits its peak, I scoop the one from my right underneath. Throw, throw, catch, catch. Left, right, left, right, left, right. do not forget to freeze to check your throw is on your juggling arm position. You can correct your mistakes that way. Left, right, right, left. That is what you can do when you can get 10 throws as decent from both hands. Switch back and forth. Right, left, left, right. Right, left, left, right. if you can do that and when you freeze, your hands at this position, then you are almost at being able to juggle three balls. Now practice.