Just One Of The Many Types Of Juggling Balls
Here is a review of all about Silicone Juggling Balls: There are many different types of juggling balls. From the bean bag type juggling balls to silicone juggling balls and each type is used for a different type of juggling. Bean bags obviously do not bounce so you could not use them for bounce juggling but they are comfortable in your hand and may be exactly what you need if you are just learning how to juggle.
There is another type of ball called the stage ball that is used for high visibility on stage. It is usually made of vinyl or some other firm plastic and also does not bounce well. So if your routine is basically an air routine these should work well for you.
Silicone juggling balls are considered to be of the highest order of juggling balls. They are soft and pliable and bounce very well. They bounce higher and that bounce stays consistent over time. If you are into bounce tricks then silicone balls are the type you really want.
You can do so much with the silicone balls, too. You can get some that light up or glow a certain color under UV light, you can even get them partially filled with liquid silicone which makes them sail smoother in the air and just nicer to catch all around. You can get them in all kinds of fluorescent colors like yellow, blue, orange, green, pink, and purple. If you just want white, they come that way too.
Silicone Juggling Balls
Because of their bright colors, they are easily seen by your audience if you are up on stage and/or if that stage has poor lighting. You want your audience to see what you are doing so they get the full impact of your tricks and bounces and all you do.
Silicone is the perfect material for juggling balls because they have no bubbles or fill marks and they don’t nick up so you will always get the perfect bounce. The seams are small and will usually disappear with use. They clean up well, too. All you need is some soap and warm water. Silicone balls are so easy to grip because of how soft they are, even if they get wet. So if you are dealing with spin tricks then you will have no trouble gripping these balls.
Juggling has been around for four millennia with the first recorded jugglers showing up in ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs. I do not think that the balls they used could bounce at all and maybe even broke when they dropped them. I would hate to think how many jugglers got into trouble because they ‘dropped the ball’.
Other cultures like the ancient Chinese, Aztecs, Indians, and Greeks all show evidence that juggling was one of the ways they got their entertainment. Not that you will ever juggle in front of kings or queens but, hey, you just never know. If you do, you will want this high visibility, high bounce, durable, and easy to clean, easy to grip, silicone juggling balls.
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Silicone bounce juggling balls from dube juggling, makers of original juggling balls