I have created this page in an effort to provide a variety of juggling tutorials and general information to allow anyone to learn the art. It contains a variety of guide to learn juggling patterns, and contact juggling tricks (this section is to be expanded). Juggling is not as hard as it first appears to someone watching. It requires no extraordinary co-ordination. The reverse is true: only perseverance is required. Surprising as it may sound, with the right techniques, many people can easily learn to juggle within just one afternoon. Sure it might take some people a little longer, but it WILL happen soon enough.Where to Start
At this point you might be wondering where exactly you should start. Should you wish to become a toss juggler, the first pattern you will learn on your journey will be The Three Ball Cascade. From here you have a bit more choice between some basic patterns such as the The Reverse Cascade, Columns and Jugglers Tennis. Patterns will continue to get more complex, but don't worry: there's no shortage! If however you are looking to become a contact juggler, I have my first tutorial up - The Enigma which is a particuarly beautiful pattern.
If you follow the links on the sidebar, you will find plenty of juggling tricks which are of a varying levels of difficulty. You can find resources to learn complex three ball patterns, such as Millís Mess. You can also proceed to learn to juggle four, or even five balls.But these aren't the only form of jugging
You may find on other websites other arts which also fall under the heading juggling, such as Diablo, cigar box juggling, devil sticks and bounce juggling. For more information, Iím sure a quick google will do the job.Structure of the site
Pages are listed in alphabetical order, as there is no definitive order for learning about tricks and concepts. I will also cross reference throughout, attempting to provide a link every time I use a word, or phrase, which I have a page on. Links to other pages are blue.
I only have a finite amount of time on my hands, so this site is a work in progress. I will add pages as regularly as I can, which may later be reviewed or clarified. The site may lack content in some areas originally, but over time this will be rectified. Pages which I intend to create can be found at What's to come?.DISCLAIMER
If, when learning to juggle from my tutorials, you break anything, I take no responsibility.Acknowledgements
There is simply not enough space on my homepage for sufficient thanks so please check out my Acknowledgements.