Juggling: Four-Ball Advanced

Juggling is an exciting hobby with many variations and endless room to improve. Do four-ball advanced juggling with tips from a professional juggler in this free video series on hobbies.

Series Summary

Juggling is a skill where objects such as balls, bowling pins or rings are thrown and caught in succession. The first known record of juggling is illustrated on a 2nd Millennium B.C.E. Egyptian tomb wall. Court jesters and court musicians were known to juggle in the Middle Ages in Europe and in the 18th century jugglers started performing in modern circuses. Today juggling is performed on stages across America and on cruise ships around the world but it is also a national past time enjoyed by Americans of almost all ages. From juggling balls, rings, or scarves, juggling can be learned without years of practice. In this free video series on juggling, a professional juggler shows how to do advanced four-ball juggling. Learn to do two-ball multiplexes, tennis, 7771 and 7441 patterns. Get tips on penguin catches, Mills Mess, three up pirouettes and multiplex kick starts. Find out how to do multiplex stack starts, sych to shower, async to shower, foot transactions and routines.

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