Juggling records

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MUFC1994
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Post by MUFC1994 » 15 Jan 2009, 21:36

im 14 and i got 1063 juggles... :D
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Post by tartanbarmy7 » 16 Jan 2009, 19:01

i just dont hav the patience to count, so well done not just for the amount of keep-ups but i dont think i could count past 1000 when i was 14
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Post by xilog » 17 Jan 2009, 09:41

I'm 12 and my record is 553.
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Post by smithxi » 25 Jan 2009, 21:47

new record 20 minutes

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Post by manutd10 » 25 Jan 2009, 23:53

impressive records, i used to juggle for hours every day, and got past 500 when i was 9 0r 10, but since i have stopped. should probably start back into it.

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Post by SoccerObsessed1123 » 24 Jul 2009, 16:16

I haven't counted in 3 years but last time I checked the most I got was 423 juggles.
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Post by DR17 » 24 Jul 2009, 19:24

when i was 13 i could do 303 but i don't think it's a big deal even tho you cant do all the neat moves the difference is on the field. Nobody does htw and atw in game : :D well i hope not :shock:

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Post by AmericanFutballer » 25 Jul 2009, 02:01

Has anyone tried juggling a tennis ball? Lol the director of coaching at my club told me if I can juggle 50-100 times with one I should be good. The reason being it teaches you to use your instep and feel comfortable when striking a real ball. I don't know if that works yet because i can only get like 5 right now but hey you never know.
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Post by cLiK » 25 Jul 2009, 02:25

AmericanFutballer, I used to juggle a tennis ball quite often but then I lost all of them :\ I got to like 100 juggles with each foot at one time, but I noticed a huge improvement in my playing after I did that.

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Post by SoClutch » 25 Jul 2009, 04:35

I go to a local tennis park and one of the courts has a wall that I use to practice my touch. And they always got tennis balls laying around so I picked one up the other day. I haven't got around to trying to juggle one yet, but I bet its pretty difficult. So im going to try it out tomorrow.


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Post by AmericanFutballer » 25 Jul 2009, 16:06

Oh it's on. Haha this should be a very good way of getting use to my instep so I can't wait. My shots feels terrible compared to the college kids I keep playing with at the camp I'm attending right now. I mean I can hit it as good as anyone, but these guys can nail it.

EDIT: SoClutch, should we make this an official competition? Haha
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Post by mrbeankid22 » 25 Jul 2009, 23:52

If you can juggle 100+ with a regular ball, a tennis ball will be no sweat. Trust me, I went from doing 4-5 to 10-15 to 30-50 in about an hour of training time. When you get your highest total juggles in one go, just keep saying to yourself, I'll do 10 more, etc. and you will be at a 100 in no time.

It may be difficult at first due to the size of a tennis ball, but eventually you will find a 'sweet spot' just like in a normal ball and you will be on your way. :wink:

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Post by AmericanFutballer » 26 Jul 2009, 01:32

Yea I can't keep juggling until I get tired. Normally instead of juggling just normally I try and do stuff with the ball, like no spin, or lots of back spin or walk and juggle/run and juggle, etc.

I tried today with the tennis ball, it's hard. Haha my right foot got easier but I have to work really hard on my left foot.
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Post by dream_on_go_pro » 28 Jul 2009, 00:23

If you can juggle a tennis ball to a high number or you can juggle a normal sized ball really high numbers will it help with all of your game aspects? such as instep drives, passing, and crossing? not just your first touch

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Post by AmericanFutballer » 29 Jul 2009, 01:50

dream_on_go_pro wrote:If you can juggle a tennis ball to a high number or you can juggle a normal sized ball really high numbers will it help with all of your game aspects? such as instep drives, passing, and crossing? not just your first touch
In theory yes, if you are juggling correctly with your instep you will feel how you should strike the ball leading to a cleaner strike when you shoot. I don't know about crossing and passing though, as passing requires the inside of your shoe and crossing is an art of striking the ball with precision to curl/drive the ball at the same time.
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