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- Content: Basic hand eye coordination exercise
- Focus: Hand-Eye Coordination, Rebound Control,
- Equipment: 2 Balls
- Number of Assistants: 0
Juggling 2 Balls 1 Hand
On your way of learning to juggle with three balls you were somewhere along the line juggling
with two balls in two hands. But can you juggle two balls in one hand? Well, with this tutorial we want to help you learning it.
How to do it?
There is no step by step guide to learn this, but these tipps should make it a lot easier for you.
The easiest way of learning how to juggle two balls in one hand is when performing a so called “shower”-pattern. This means that the balls follow each other in a circle.
You can do this by throwing the balls outside and catching them inside – which is called rolling out. Or the opposite way by throwing the balls inside and catching them outside – which is called rolling in.
To get a feeling you can start juggling with two balls in two hands and try get your hands closer to each other throw after throw. Try to get as narrow as possible to get a feeling for the rhythm you want to achieve for one hand. When you feel like you got the rhythm switch to one hand.
What looks easy may be a bit difficult at first. But if you invest like five minutes before every practice into this you’ll learn it very quickly and it will soon be easy. If juggling two balls in one hand becomes too simple for you, you can make a step ahead and try three balls with one hand or try to juggle two balls with each hand at the same time, which is a great hand-eye and reflex exercise.