Record Juggling

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Kevin
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Record Juggling

Post by Kevin » 12 Mar 2005, 14:54

What is your record with juggling ?

I just broke my record, which is 5000 now (I quit after that, allthough I could easily go further). For that my record was like 680 but I almost never tryed to juggle "long", I only like to practise tricks ...

And I won't try to break that record for the next months, maybe in summer I will give it another shot :)

btw im 15 years old ...

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Post by CASA15 » 12 Mar 2005, 15:00

Holy cow. my best is 47. how long have you been practicing that stuff. how many could you do when you were 14? because im almost 14 and i dont think im where im supposed to be in skill level maybe.

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Post by Kevin » 12 Mar 2005, 15:08

One year ago I could do like 300. But I think I learn things very fast. You know I really good a technique (people say that, and I must say it's my strongest point), and as I am practising on tricks every day for a week or 2, my juggling got so strong that it is becoming routine for me ...

And I never practised on "long-juggling" as I was rather against it. It was the first time today I went over the 1000. I was juggling for about 1 hour ...

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Post by CASA15 » 12 Mar 2005, 15:11

so you just went out and juggled for fun and never really kept count? you juggled every day for a few hours then you got used to it and you could juggle very well after a few months of practising? im i getting this right?

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Post by Kevin » 12 Mar 2005, 15:17

I never counted the amount of juggles I did, I always practised on tricks with the ball (air-tricks), so between the tricks you need to juggle ofcourse but not non-stop. A month or 2 ago I decided to practise on freestyle soccer, but after a week or 2 I stopped for a month or so and now a week or 2 ago I started again ...

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Post by CASA15 » 12 Mar 2005, 15:20

that sounds like a fairly good strategy to use. if it works for you then it might work for me. but if you stopped for a month wouldnt you lose some of your skill?

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Post by Kevin » 12 Mar 2005, 15:26

I would compare it with swimming; if you don't do it for a few years, you still understand the technique ! It's the same with juggling I think ...

Also I wouldn't say that I can juggle bether then someone who can do like 1000 times, I think it's all the same. Also 10 000 or 5 000 is the same for me. If you are able to reach a score like that, you can easily go further but that is really something for the freaks ...

I think that everyone can reach 5000 with practising; some need to practise more on it then others but it's not hard !

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Post by FCBarcelona » 12 Mar 2005, 23:38

Just a question... do your eyes hurt, I mean I do over 20 and I am getting dizzy. Also I saw on this site somewhere, a Russian guy juggled for 12 hours straight, what would he reach, like 100,000? And how could he go 12 hours, wouldn't he be hungry, wouldn't his eyes hurt, and when dark comes it gets even harder right?
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Post by madridfc » 13 Mar 2005, 02:33

my record is around 220. i've gotten that with both a regular size 5 ball and a futsal ball. i really like the futsal ones, it seems like i have more control on my feet, but not really on my thighs at all. its interesting
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Post by cfrealmadrid » 13 Mar 2005, 03:07

i never really counted. i can go for a couple minutes pretty easily, but i don't actually count. i mostly just practice juggling tricks

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Post by FCBarcelona » 13 Mar 2005, 03:48

Futsal ball, what's the difference, is it smaller????
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Post by Kevin » 13 Mar 2005, 12:35

FCBarcelona wrote:Just a question... do your eyes hurt, I mean I do over 20 and I am getting dizzy. Also I saw on this site somewhere, a Russian guy juggled for 12 hours straight, what would he reach, like 100,000? And how could he go 12 hours, wouldn't he be hungry, wouldn't his eyes hurt, and when dark comes it gets even harder right?
After I did it, I got a bit a headache, but not that hard. That was the only thing that hurts after it ...

I think that when someone is breaking the world record of juggling, he now and then do a "footstall" so he can relax a bit and drink. btw I've read that the world record is juggling for 24 hours. But there are all kinds of records of juggling, such as travelling the longest distance on foot while juggling (ofcourse NOT non-stop, the distance is really impressive though) ...

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Post by KAkA » 13 Mar 2005, 12:56

Man Juggling is da bomb!
I reccomend soccer players do it every day. I do it whenever i got nothing to do which happens quiet often. At the moment im working on continous revolutions and stalling behind my bum. Its awsome, and chiks love it hahahah
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Post by madridfc » 13 Mar 2005, 14:31

FCBarcelona wrote:Futsal ball, what's the difference, is it smaller????
its a size 3 ball and its weighted too, and harder than a normal ball too i guess. like i'd rather be hit with a normal ball than a futsal
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Post by cHaVa » 22 Mar 2005, 03:27

holy mother of god!!!!! i can maybe jougle like 60! man how do you guys do that!
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