Learn How to Juggle
There are many benefits to learning how to juggle. Beyond improving your coordination, reflexes, and timing, it’s an incredibly fun activity to do. Not only does it challenge you physically, but it’s also something that challenges your mental coordination. Which means it’s the perfect thing to learn this month. So, try and teach yourself to juggle a least 5 minutes every day and condition your body and mind to work together. A couple things:
- Find suitable balls that don’t bounce too much and are easy to grip. We recommend starting with balls that are softer at first to prevent injuries.
- Start by initially throwing one ball from one hand to the other.
- Then, take one ball in each hand. Toss ball A, and when it reaches the top of its arc, toss ball B to your other hand. Essentially, you’re practicing the basic rotation and coordination it takes to juggle.
- Once you get comfortable with two balls, you should try three.
- Practice, concentration and muscle memory will allow you to progress and get better.