Joggling is a sport that combines juggling and jogging. Master your technique with these tips.
- Step 1: Avoid throwing balls too far in front of you or too high in the air -- this is not allowed in competitions.
- TIP: If a ball drops during competition, you have to return to the spot where the ball dropped and start over.
- Step 2: Have fun and keep practicing. Once you've mastered the technique, test your skills by entering competitions.
- FACT: In 2002, Albert Lucas juggled 13 rings in the air for a total of 13 catches.
- Step 3: Focus your eyes directly in front of you, not on the balls or your hands.
- Step 4: Concentrate on keeping the balls in front of you, maintaining a steady, even juggling pattern.
- TIP: Any objects, from balls to pins to chainsaws can be used to joggle, but beginners should start out with balls that fit in the palms of your hands.
- Step 5: Find an open area where you can practice. Start off slowly by learning to juggle while walking, and steadily work your way up to a slow jog.
- Step 6: Focus on taking one step every time you toss a ball.
- Step 7: Learn how to juggle using the three-ball cascade pattern and perfect your form and technique.