Juggling Lessons
Tricks - The Forced Bounce

"In the Forced Bounce every ball is thrown to the outside of the rising ball. So it's like an upside down reverse cascade."
The forced bounce is much faster than the toss bounce. The speed for the forced bounce is about the same as a regular cascade.
  • When you do the toss bounce, there are two separate bounce points, one in front of each foot. To do a forced bounce, there is only one bounce point, directly between your feet.
  • Hold the balls with your palm facing the ground, so you can throw the ball DOWN.
  • Aim for a spot directly between your feet.
  • Once the ball is coming back up, throw the next ball, so it passes on the outside of the rising ball.
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