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Learn the right way to juggle three balls. the video shows the proper way to juggle three balls.
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Now we are ready to throw all three. Remember the basic principle. Every time a ball is heading towards the hand, you got to make room for it by scooping the next ball underneath. So I am going to go throw, throw, throw, catch. Three throws. throw, throw, throw, catch. Say it out loud while you practice. There is a better chance your hand will obey. Throw, throw, throw, catch. I throw it from my right to my left, then from my left to my right and then back to my left. Right, left, right, catch. You are probably having a few problems with this. This is the big step. Some people make this a mistake. They throw right up the middle, remove their hands underneath. If you do that, there is a better chance that the balls are going to collide and scatter all over the room. Remember, you are throwing not up the middle and moving your hand underneath. You are throwing an arc to the next hand. Remember, proper juggling position. And while you practice, do not forget to freeze. Make sure you are in that proper juggling position.
Another problem people have is they wait too long to throw the next throw. So they say, throw, throw, throw, catch. When you do that, you do not have time to get a decent throw off with the next hand. Throw, throw, throw, catch, and smooth that off. Throw, throw, throw, catch. Remember, we release the ball after the one coming towards it is at its peak. Throw, throw, throw, catch . if you wait too long, that could be the cause of this problem, lunging forward. Another way to fix that is to juggle over a batter against the wall.
Another thing that will help you control your throws and not move forward or back is to imagine yourself juggling in front of a window. All the balls stay inside that window while you juggle. You are juggling on one straight plane. Let me demonstrate from the side. For the most part, the ball stays in a straight line when you look at it from the side. That will really help you control your throws.
If you have got your throw, throw, throw, catch, it is time to move on to four throws. Throw, throw, throw, throw, catch. Or try saying, right, left, right, left, catch. Right, left, right, left, catch. Right, left, right, left, catch. Now if you remember the basic concepts, proper juggling position, and freezing every once in a while to correct your mistakes, you are soon on your way to doing five, six, seven, eight, nine throws. Once you can juggle, try to get about 25 to 30 throws off, have contest with yourself or the people, see if you can get 100 throws. When you can do that, it is time to learn some new tricks. As you practice, if you find that you are dropping more or getting worst instead of better, do not worry, that happens to everyone. You are just getting a little mentally and physically tired. Take a brake for an hour or a day and come back to it. You will find you will be able to pick right up where you left off.