Here’s some videos of me juggling with balls. I use this as a warmup for hand-eye coordination when playing beach volleyball. These videos were shot at Jeanne-Mance park in Montreal. Juggling with balls is a fascinating activity that requires skill, concentration, and practice to master. It includes manipulating multiple objects at once in a rhythmical pattern, often with the hands, feet, and even other parts of the body. The most common form of juggling is with three or more balls, but other objects such as clubs, rings, and even fire can also be used. Juggling is a great way to improve coordination and agility, as well as provide a fun recreational activity that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. The basics of juggling involve tossing and catching objects in an alternating pattern without dropping them. It can be helpful to start with one ball and practice throwing it up in the air and catching it. Once this basic skill is mastered, two balls can be added to the juggling pattern. With some practice, more balls or other objects can be added until a full routine is developed. It’s important to keep a steady rhythm while juggling so that

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