FAQ'S ON juggling 3 balls cascade

How does juggling affects the brain?

The act of Juggling is based on the co-ordination of your hands, eyes and body; all of which is controlled by the mind. In an article published by the New Scientist, a study conducted showed that participants who learnt juggling grew more white matter in a part of the parietal lobe – an area involved in connecting our visual understanding of the world with our physical motion of the body, than non jugglers.

Can anyone learn to juggle?

Yes, there is no age limit to learn juggling. Although it would require determination and practice, with our easy to understand foundation excercises you will find it more fun and entertaining than cumbersome or boring.


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