10 Best Juggling Ball of 2018

  • Set of 3 zeekio juggling balls
  • 12 panel natural grain leather
  • Packed millet fill
  • 3" vinyl balls are low bounce and will not roll away
  • Durable vinyl construction holds up to repeated juggling...
  • Low-bounce balls won't roll away to help prevent beginners...
  • GREAT FOR BEGINNERS: Treat your kiddo to a juggling ball set...
  • IMPRESSIVE QUALITY: You'll love the high-quality vinyl...
  • BRIGHT AND COLORFUL: Looking for fun juggle balls that will...
  • Learn the classic art of juggling with this perfectly sized...
  • 3 vinyl covered, bean filled classic juggling balls for the...
  • The multi-colored balls are 1.875 inches in diameter, a...
  • Perfect size and weight for single to multiple ball contact...
  • Great for the juggling beginner or pro
  • Ball weighs 7 oz
  • Klutz' first flagship set, celebrating 30 years
  • Comes with 3 aerodynamically sound bean-bags, a storage bag
  • Includes a 88 page instructional book with Klutz certified...
  • Includes 6 beaded juggling balls with stitched vinyl...
  • Recommended for ages 5+.
  • Juggling balls-multicolor.
  • 3 vinyl covered, bean filled classic juggling balls for the...
  • The multi-colored balls are 2.5 inches in diameter, the...
  • The included instruction sheet helps you quickly master the...
  • Set of 3 zeekio juggling balls
  • 12 panel natural grain leather
  • Packed millet fill
  • GREAT FOR BEGINNERS: Treat your kiddo to a juggling ball set...
  • IMPRESSIVE QUALITY: You'll love the high-quality vinyl...
  • BRIGHT AND COLORFUL: Looking for fun juggle balls that will...

Juggling advice book

Juggling balls are next to clubs and rings to the basic equipment of each juggler. Usually aspiring jugglers start to learn the art of juggling with juggling balls. However, you do not necessarily have to aim for a gig in front of a large audience in order to have friends with juggling balls. For children, juggling balls are suitable training devices to improve coordination. Juggling balls are available in different designs, colors and sizes. Beginners and professionals alike will find juggling balls in their wide range for their needs.

Bean bags – practice balls for beginners and advanced

Bean bags are soft balls filled with beans, millet or other trickling granules. Because of this filling, they have received their name. Bean bags are the ideal exercise balls for beginners and advanced. The shellconsists of several sewn together sections of a soft and elastic material. Most of the outer shell is made of synthetic leather or fabric. Bean bags are very quiet when they fall down while juggling. Not only the budding jugglers, but also the roommates appreciate this property very quickly. Another advantage of bean bags is that they do not roll away. If you hit the ground, the balls will deform so that they can not roll.
The flexibility of bean bags also has advantages when children practice with these balls. Lands one Juggling Ball not exactly on the palm, children’s hands can also Juggling Ball still gripping and holding tight. And if a soft ball hits a fingertip, it does not hurt as hard as a hard ball.
A recommendable Juggling Ball is the Henry Bean Bag Superior Juggling Ball with a diameter of 67 mm and a very grippy, four-colored cover made of velor.

Rebound Balls or Bouncing Balls – If the floor is to play along

Rebound Balls are special juggling balls made of rubber or silicone. These balls are so elastic that when they are dropped, they almost jump back to their original height. Rebound balls are less suitable for practicing. But if you’re good at juggling in the air, you can use these balls to add tricks to your demo. Reboundballs are available in different colors and with different jump heights for different preferences. Another name for the rebound juggling balls is bouncing balls.

Stage Balls – juggling balls for the stage

Stage balls are juggling balls that professionals also use for their stage performances. These juggling balls are often slightly larger in diameter than other balls. These balls are also offered in bright colors, which can be seen well in a stage performance to the last row of spectators. Similar to the bean bags, the stage balls jump and roll only slightly. This feature is ideal for a public appearance so you do not have to run after a dropped ball.
The so-called bubble balls are a combination of bean bags and stage balls. They are made of a resilient plastic material and also do not roll away. The special thing about these juggling balls is the possibility to fill them with sand or millet. This allows the weight of the balls to be adjusted to your own preferences.
The Stage Balls by Play are available in six different colors and with diameters from 62 to 100 mm.

Contact balls – juggling balls for true artists

Contact balls are used when juggling all limbs and chest and back are included in the juggling. Contact balls are heavier and usually have a larger diameter than other juggling balls. These balls are comparatively hard and dimensionally stable, so that they only slightly deform on contact with the body and can be pushed back in a controlled manner. Contact balls are not suitable for practicing because of their size and hardness or as juggling balls for children. Contact balls are available in different colors or in a transparent version.

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