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British Pathe Juggling Videos (1925-1941) – Part 1

In July 2018, eJuggle published an article featuring 18 videos of juggling dating from 1925 and older. The reaction to that article was very positive. Four of those videos were from the archives of British Pathe, the famed newsreel and documentary company that ran from 1910 to 1970. The British Pathe archives recorded many other juggling acts that are wonderful …

Juggling in Africa – Part 1

  Rwanda Le Cirque Du Soleil is a social project that teaches the basic techniques of juggling and acrobatics to the children and adolescents of Rwanda. This project works mainly with young people from the village of Kabagendwa, located in the district of Kicukiro, in the city of Kigali. It was created by Mitsinto Viateur. Mitsinto waited several years for …

The Whirligig Balance

Of all the tricks in my Juggling History Show, the Whirligig Balance gets the most consistent positive reaction out of both jugglers and non-jugglers. This is a very old trick, consisting of a spiral or snake-shaped pole that has a plate spinning at the top. The bottom of the pole is balanced on the juggler’s forehead, on a mouthpiece, or …

IJA Tricks of the Month by Foppe Coenen from Netherlands / Juggling

Hey! My name is Foppe Coenen and I’m a 16 year old juggler from the Netherlands. I’ve been juggling for about 3 and a half years now. Juggling has always made me push myself harder every single time I do it. Getting better at it really made me addicted to it. 😛 I normally juggle outside, but due to the …

The Ferronis – Father and Son Juggling Stars

Vittorio Ferroni was known as the Rastelli on Horseback. Born in Italy, but from a long line of Russian circus performers, he began juggling on horseback in 1909 and was a very popular circus performer in the 1920s and 1930s. He performed many amazing routines while standing on the back of a galloping horse. He spun a basin on a …

Pearls of Juggling Articles: Indian Club Swinging as a quality warm for juggling.

I’m always on the hunt for new ways to efficiently warm up into juggling. When it’s done well warming up into juggling is more than just warming up the muscles, it’s opening the body, especially the shoulders and chest, It’s loosening and protecting our tendons. Aligning the body, focusing the mind and charging us up without tiring us out too …

IJA Tricks of the Month by Aldair Espinosa of Mexico | Diabolo Juggling

My name is Aldair Espinosa. I’m 20 years old and I live in México. I’ve been playing diabolo for 5 years, practicing body tricks, some integrals, and numbers. I’m so thankful to Taibolo for sponsorship of the props and for treating me so well. Also, thanks to Emmanuel Alcántara for his collaboration filming this project. I hope you enjoy the …