Hot Juggling How-Tos

How To: Juggle 4 balls in no time

Want to learn to juggle 4 balls? This is it... A short guide to juggling 4 balls in no time! This instructional video shows some easy-to-do exercises that will make it sooo much easier to juggle 4 balls when that time comes!

How To: Spin a staff

This video staff spinning tutorial series demonstrates a variety of different beginning spins: the basic spin, the figure eight spin, and the primary backspin. Staff spinning doesn't take anything but practice, and some good tips don't hurt. Watch these instructional videos and learn how to spin a staff like a pro.

How To: Do the Infinite Suicide trick on a diabolo

Tired of the yo-yo? Try your hands at the diabolo (which most jugglers erroneously misspell as the diablo). This is a step above the yo-yo... it's the Chinese yo-yo... it's the devil on two sticks. Watch this video tutorial on how to do the Infinite Suicide trick on a diabolo Chinese yo-yo.

How To: Spin drumsticks

Watch this three-part instructional video to twirl drumsticks with ease. Why not take some time in between band practices to learn a great concert trick. These step-by-step guidelines will teach you how to spin drumsticks without fail. Twirl your drumsticks at your next drum solo or marching band concert.

How To: Do the "6-1-5" juggling stunt

In order to juggle a 6-1-5 juggling stunt, you will need the following: four balls. There are 3 consecutive throws, which do 3 different things. The set up is an a-sync four ball pattern. You have to throw 2 5's. Your dominant hand should throw the first crossing throw at 5 ball height. Then, your non-dominant hand will have to do the same.

How To: Do the pendulum footbag trick

New to footbag? Don't worry, this video tutorial will help you out a little. Learn how to do the pendulum footbag trick. All you need is a hacky sack and some feet. The pendulum is a fairly easy footbag trick, so watch, learn, and practice.

How To: Do the Front to Back Sun trick on a diabolo

Tired of the yo-yo? Try your hands at the diabolo (which most jugglers erroneously misspell as the diablo). This is a step above the yo-yo... it's the Chinese yo-yo... it's the devil on two sticks. Watch this video tutorial on how to do the Front to Back Sun (or the Back to Front Sun) trick on a diabolo Chinese yo-yo.

How To: Twirl drumsticks

Watch this how-to video to learn how to twirl your drumsticks. What's the use of a flashy drum solo with out a few twirling tricks. Follow these step-by-step instructions to twirl drumsticks with ease and amp up your next performance.

How To: Throw the ball behind the back

Marcus Monroe demonstrates how you can throw a ball behind your back while juggling three balls. This is also called a back cross, and you should practice with just one ball first. You want to take your time and make sure that you are loose.

How To: Make juggling balls to make money

Nice juggling balls can cost over $45. Make better ones for under $5. They're a great way to make money while traveling, just make some balls and then go juggle on a corner. Sell them to kids and teach them how to juggle. Make juggling balls to make money.

How To: Juggle three balls like a professional

This is the first of 3 steps that will show you how to juggle three balls. Jim the juggler demonstrates how to get them up and going. Step 1 begins with one ball, so be patient, you need to work your way up! (WMP files and smaller videos are available at the root directory)

How To: Do hacky sack moves

In this series of expert video clips, you will learn more about the fun and exciting hobby of hacky sack. Our hacky sack expert will show you a variety of different moves and tricks as well as introduce you to a few different games to play. In these educational videos you will see our expert perform basic hacky sack moves such as the over swoop and the foot stall. You will also get tips on relaxing. Keeping an eye on the ball can be tricky, but after watching this expert, you will have a bett...

How To: Do the "Fork and Apple" trick

In order to do the fork and apple trick, you will need the following: a fork, and an apple. Reveal the fork to the audience. Next, reveal the apple. Taking a bite out of the apple is a good way to demonstrate that the apple is real. Place the apple on the tip of a fork. It should be tossed from resting on the tip of the fork. Then, toss the apple into the air and catch it with the fork. When the apple is caught, it should be skewered, by the fork. Take a bite out of it to demonstrate that it ...

How To: Make a juggling prop rack

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a juggling prop rack. The materials required for this project are: 2x4 pieces of lumber with proper length and space for the props, L-brackets, drawer pulls and trim. The 2x4 pieces of lumber are the shelves that will hold up all of the props. The L-brackets will mount the racks onto the wall. The drawer pulls will specifically hold clubs. The trims will decorate the shelf and provides re-enforcement. This video will benefit those viewers who ...

How To: Do a simple contact juggling isolation

The Amazing Kenny takes some time away from his balloon animals to show us how to do a simple contact juggling isolation. This looks trickier than it actually is. Amaze your friends with this cool isolation! Watch this video, and learn from The Amazing Kenny how easy it is to do a simple contact juggling isolation!

How To: Do a thumb toss with a baton, staff or juggling club

Need some help figuring out how to do a thumb toss with a baton, staff or juggling club? Thumb tosses are actually quite easy once you know how to approach them. So easy, in fact, that this free video juggling lesson can present a complete overview of the process with each of the above objects in just over a minute and a half. For more information, and to get started doing thumb tosses yourself, take a look.

How To: Juggle the reverse cascade half shower

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to juggle the half shower and reverse cascade. Before attempting to do these two juggles, users should already be able to juggle three balls at a time. Once they have mastered the regular juggle, they can start moving to more advanced juggles. For the half shower, begin with a regular juggle. Then start throwing the balls over the pattern on each side, instead of repeating the under juggle pattern. For the reverse cascade, you perform the half shower ...

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