the benefits of juggling

Juggling is fun, improves hand-eye coordination and can be an entertaining party trick, but that may not be all. A new study suggests that in addition the aforementioned benefits, juggling can cause changes in the brain (good changes I’m sure).

Does this mean that you’ll find the next Einstein at your local juggling club? Not necessarily. (Believe me, I’ve been to some.)

(Thanks to Ammon for the link)


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  1. But is the change from the act of juggling itself or is it the result of getting hit upside the head when you miss? ;)

    Comment by Jan on January 26, 2004 @ 8:21 am
  2. Ahm…good point.

    Comment by dan on January 26, 2004 @ 9:25 am
  3. If you’ve seen the photos of Dan when he’s juggling the flaming “thingies” I would imagine he only missed once, maybe twice before learning an important lesson.

    Comment by jason on January 26, 2004 @ 9:27 am
  4. It’s hard.

    Comment by micole on November 8, 2004 @ 4:03 pm
  5. Good Point =)

    Comment by John on May 6, 2007 @ 4:13 pm

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