Suggestions for beginners


#1

I just started juggling and made my own balls out of flour and balloons, but was wondering what a good starter set for juggling balls


#2

I’m only a dabbler, so I haven’t used many different types of props, but I can wholeheartedly recommend the balls made by Sport Juggling Company. Mine feel great in the hand and still look brand new, despite thousands of drops.


#3

Go to ikea, look in the kids toy section (pretend it’s for your nephew or something) they have a juggling set with beanbags, clubs and rings


#4

I am a recovering juggler :wink:

In my old juggling club (the “Several San Diegans Who Juggle Juggling Club”) Our standard beginner juggling balls were 3 old tennis balls. Carefully slice them open for about an inch or more on the seam with a razor knife. Fill them with popcorn or rice, and glue them back together with rubber cement. They have a good weight and they won’t bounce away when you drop them.


#5

Make some Russian balls. Or buy some. They are great for beginners.