JUGGLING 3 BALLS CASCADE


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Juggling


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The perfect Stress reliever. Juggling 3balls is aerobic exercise, as long as you remember to BREATHE while doing it! It may be one of the few (or only) aerobic exercises you can do in a tiny space of 2×2 feet.

 

Juggling has been proven to increase the amount of gray matter in the brain, making it a great choice for Brain Fitness.

 

The art of Concentration. The intense focus required for juggling can filter into other areas of your life that require the same type of close attention.

 

Many people are surprised to find out that juggling is exercise, and that is burns 280 calories per hour, much like walking.

 

This is probably because it is so very different from running on a treadmill, lifting weights, or doing crunches or pushups. Juggling 3balls makes your Heart healthy,you laugh and smile always.

 

Juggling utilizes body mechanics in which we normally do not engage. It’s great to move the body in new ways to maintain range of motion.

 

The expression ‘use it or lose it’ applies here. Juggling lubricates the joints in the arms and shoulders, and keeps them from getting creaky as we age! That also makes juggling a great form of senior fitness for the same reason.

 

Many smokers have remarked on how Juggling 3balls has helped them quit smoking! Just like with food, juggling diverts your mind from the craving and absorbs you completely in the activity.

 

And if you are trying to quit smoking and are worried about gaining weight, juggling will also burn calories – what a bonus! So next time you crave a cigarette, reach for the juggling balls instead and see if you can knock out that craving!

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FAQ'S ON JUGGLING 3 BALLS CASCADE


Can juggling improve your brain?

Juggling boosts brain development. Research indicates that learning to juggle accelerates the growth of neural connections related to memory, focus, movement, and vision. The beneficial changes persist even after weeks without practice.

Is Juggling good exercise?

A lot of people ask “Is Juggling Exercise?” The answer is a big YES! Juggling burns 280 calories per hour, about the same as walking! Juggling tones your upper body because of the constant arm movement. It will exercise your arms just like walking does for the legs.

Does juggling increase IQ?

Yes, juggling increases the brain’s processing speed, because it increases grey matter in the brain. And it does a lot more than that. The benefits of juggling include that it: improves perception, and specifically hand-eye co-ordination and balance.

What is the purpose of juggling?

Agility is a natural partner to balance, but it is being able to keep your balance while performing the skill in motion. Juggling can help players improve their agility especially if they work in pairs or challenge their individual skills by knocking the ball out of their proximity and keeping it under control.

Why is juggling hard?

Why it is so hard to learn to juggle is because most of us need to UNLEARN some things before we can progress. This is especially true for people who play a sport where they throw a ball to another person or at an object. The more ambidextrous that you are, the easier you will pick up juggling.

Who invented juggling?

The first evidence of juggling in the world may be a series of images found in an ancient tomb in Egypt dated to the middle kingdom (1994-1781 B.C.), depicting people tossing balls into the air to be, though it is probable that juggling existed long before this time.

What type of skill is juggling?

Juggling is a fine motor skill because it uses a small group of muscles and requires precision. It is a non-fatiguing activity. Juggling is predominantly a closed motor skill because the individual is in control of the movement.

How does juggling affect 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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