Like I promised, there will be some juggling information on here.

If you have never juggled before, then stop depriving yourself of this great hobby. Some people call it art. Some people call it sport. I call it both (that’s good seminary exegetical logic for you).

Juggling does many things – it relaxes the brain and muscles. It helps with eye-hand coordination. It builds patience. And it serves as a good challenge to always get better and better at it.

There are plenty of resources that will teach you how to juggle, and I will list one below. But basically, you need to cause three balls to travel in an “infinity” pattern with your two hands (a figure eight lying on its side). You can juggle with one hand, but you need to have two balls going in order to consider it a juggle. DO NOT juggle two balls in a circle. That is not juggling. You must have more balls going than you have hands.

So, for a juggling tutorial, check out:
www.jugglingdb.com/articles/index.php?id=22

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Jesse Joyner travels nationwide performing a comedy juggling act for family and kids events. He is also working towards his PhD in Educational Studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (Deerfield, IL). He enjoys playing the piano, bird watching, and old houses. He lives in Richmond, VA with his wife, Sarah, and their daughter, Kezzie.

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