Learn how to juggle a juggling club. the video shows juggling a juggling club together with a juggling balls.
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Using juggling clubs as a whole new dimension to your juggling, some beginners start by making juggling clubs available, sort of bottles or a plastic bowling pins. I like beginners to buy some online with the padded handle. Some magic shop is selling as well. Get use to throwing the club from hand to hand with one spin. The spin is where the top comes around towards you and as the handle comes down, it should reach your hand. Do not make the mistake of spinning it too low on the handle. Choke up on it a little bit and eventually you will learn to use your thumb to anchor it, so your spins are a little bit tighter. Once you feel pretty comfortable with this, you can try juggling one club and two balls. I am putting the juggling club in my left hand and I start by throwing one of the balls in my right hand. Very quickly, you will be surprise at how your hand adjust to whether a bowl or a club is coming towards you. Once you have that, get rid of worrying about bowls and try with two clubs. Again, start by throwing the ball. It takes a long time to learn clubs for some people but keep practicing.
Juggling with three clubs is a little trickier. Let us focus on starting and stopping with two clubs in one hand. Take the first club and put up between your index finger and your thumb across your palm. The second club goes across the last three fingers and you tucked the handle underneath the handle of the first club. You are going to be using this first club as leverage when you spin the bottom club. To stop, concentrate on opening your fingers, letting the club fall into their and catch it underneath the club that is already there. That way you can start and stop quickly without adjusting your hand.
Once you get use to starting and stopping, keep going with the clubs. Some people find that starting with two clubs in one hand is the moat difficult about learning three clubs.