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Juggling sites you should visit this year

Alright, the other day I did a post on running websites you should visit this year. For the jugglers out there, here is a list of juggling websites you should visit this year.

General juggling

Internet Juggling Database – European juggling association’s compendium of all things juggling. This is where jugglers hang out on the web.

International Juggler’s Association – If you’re a serious juggler than this is the organization that you should join. Here you can find events, festival reports and juggling instruction.

Juggling Forums and Chat

Jogglers Forum – This is the place for jogglers of the world to swap stories and questions.

World Juggling Federation – Devoted to advancing the sport of juggling. Here you’ll be able to chat with some of the top jugglers in the world.

Google Groups: rec.juggling – Another great place for talking with other jugglers. You can see links to lots of videos and other questions here.

Juggling Resources

Gballz – The best place to get hand-made joggling bean bags. They are also the official juggling sponsor of JYAJ.

Juggling Lab – A computer program that allows you to create juggling patterns and see how a computer might juggle them.

Learn to juggle

Juggling is a snap – A scientific way to learn to juggle the basic 3-ball cascade.

The Jim Show – Jim shows you how to juggle.

Wildcat Jugglers – If you want to learn more than just the 3-ball pattern, this site has lots of other juggling patterns.

Juggling Blogs

There are lots of juggling blogs that I like to read. Check out the sites on the right column. Some of my favorites include Vova’s blog, All Up in the Air, I can’t stop juggling, Addicted to juggling and the Jog.

And if you live in the Illinois/Wisconsin area, you might be interested in the Up For Grabs Juggling Club.

Happy Joggling!

This Post Has 3 Comments
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  2. is a great site. I don’t think that it is officially related to the EJA however. It is run by Europeans and may be a bit Eurocentric, but nothing official with the EJA.

    It also has a nice interface with rec.juggling that can be used rather than Google Groups. I myself just use Outlook to read rec.juggling. Any newsreader can be used.

    Any chance you are going ot be at Madfest?

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