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... And Why You Should Learn!

Juggling is good for everyone; it's not just a circus trick or performed at kid's parties.

You might be asking yourself, "why should I learn how to juggle?" Juggling is great for both the mind and body. It builds hand-eye coordination in ways that improve reaction time, reflexes, spatial awareness, strategic thinking, and concentration. Juggling can be both stimulating as well as calming when you learn to manage your breathing.

Juggling puts you in charge, since you can make it as easy or difficult as you choose. You don't need to be able to juggle multiple balls, the same brain activation and stimulus happens whether you're using 1 ball or 3. However, if you're looking to increase the challenge or stressor you can, increase the speed, add more balls, or change patterns to get a little bit better every day.

In today's video I'm going to show you how to juggle in 3 easy steps. You don't need a lot of space or more than 1 ball. It can be super beneficial if you have a tight neck or low back from sitting at a desk staring a screen for a prolonged period of time. When you activate the mind, your body starts to loosen up.



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