i juggled the ball 413 times and i am 14.....

Discuss your training routine and techniques you are practicing
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Post by Nevergiveup » 21 Oct 2007, 16:52

I just turned fourteen and I can 205 kickups. I don't know what you mean about juggling being a stress relief. it stresses me out when I'm trying to get a highscore. When you are doing it for fn then i SUPPOSE IT IS A LITTLE BIT RELAXING THOUGH.
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Post by powell » 21 Oct 2007, 18:13

firstly its without touching the ground and secondly it depends what reasos your juggling for. Maybe to get better and beat a personal best or just weather your annoyed with school work for example and juggling can take you mind off of it with a bit of music.

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Post by Wanderer » 22 Oct 2007, 12:55

Tbh I dun really think juggling's much of a stress relief. Think blasting the ball wud be more effective way of "letting it out". To me anyway.

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Post by Clumsylegs » 22 Oct 2007, 17:29

Wanderer wrote:Tbh I dun really think juggling's much of a stress relief. Think blasting the ball wud be more effective way of "letting it out". To me anyway.
Same here. Juggling always gets me frustrated.
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Post by JonathonHehuFS » 25 Oct 2007, 00:08

im 12 and i can do 1229 :twisted:
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Post by keller8 » 25 Oct 2007, 04:01

bull

i think you mean 129
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Post by Saibomb » 26 Oct 2007, 22:14

just work on dribbling and shooting and stuff, that's much more important then juggling. Juggling is a waste of time if you do it too much.

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Post by rzadzinski » 30 Oct 2007, 04:24

keller8 wrote:bull

i think you mean 129
If you work on it, really it doesn't matter at what age, you can get up there pretty quick. Even kids at a young age can get really good at kick ups if they practice a lot and develop that skill.
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Post by keller8 » 30 Oct 2007, 04:52

are u serious JonathonHehuFS? 1229? thats incredible.
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Post by iwannagopro » 30 Oct 2007, 05:51

keller8 wrote:are u serious JonathonHehuFS? 1229? thats incredible.
Not that amazing... we have a good amount of users on here who can go forever. 1229 is fairly impressive for his age though, I have to admit. It really just takes time and dedication to get there. Good on you for getting there though, Jonathon.

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Post by erick » 30 Oct 2007, 19:34

cant go for ever dude they got to sh*t and eat

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Re: i juggled the ball 413 times and i am 14.....

Post by David_93 » 09 Nov 2007, 10:09

delone wrote:is that good for my age?

how much should u do at age 15?.

does juggling only improve the control of the instep? :twisted:
I am too 14 years old. And i beat my record yesterday. I get 410, just 3 less than yours. :oops:

When I am 15 years old, I think i will got something around 1000. But if you really want to beat yours record, just juggle to you make it. NEVER give up. If you juggle long enough, you will beat it. It all depends on your head. Think positive and never give up, and you WILL beat your record.

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Post by belija91 » 09 Nov 2007, 11:53

juggling for a long time has a lot to do with concentration... if you can juggle 100 easily then chances are you can juggle 1000 if you want it bad enough.. keep your eyes glued to the balls at all times... my record was 1518 i think... it gets boring and you start to lose concentration thats when you fail..
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Post by rzadzinski » 10 Nov 2007, 01:12

belija91 wrote:juggling for a long time has a lot to do with concentration... if you can juggle 100 easily then chances are you can juggle 1000 if you want it bad enough.. keep your eyes glued to the balls at all times... my record was 1518 i think... it gets boring and you start to lose concentration thats when you fail..
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Post by Kakasgotskillz » 10 Nov 2007, 03:00

Guys, I'm 15 and I can juggle approximately 63 times at the very most. My control is still decent and my sense of touch is "there". You might as well spend more time just knocking a ball of a wall as hard as you can then going close and trying to control it or throwing a ball as high as you can and then controlling it. It develops touch in situation better than juggling does and you don't get impatient as easily because you can to bang a ball off a wall. Who doesn't want to do that?

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