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kcg5
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I made some clubs using info from the kingstonjugglers site, "the green club project". I am in no way near the point wear I should be juggling clubs, but I built them just to do it. They turned out ok.. My question-is there an ideal balance/weight, or is it a personal thing? Is there a good center of gravity on them? Good ones to start out with? Beginners tips? Lottery numbers?


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Kevin
What kind of home made clubs did yopu make?
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Keven
They are excellent instructions. The half tennis ball should give you the desired balance. A good flip should have the dow slap your hand.
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Any tips on starting on clubs?
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Al Angello
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Be carefull,
don't poke anybody's eye out,
don't break anything,
don't hurt yourself,
have fun
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Start with one club and two bean bags...easier
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Bryan Dube sells his long handled European style clubs in 260, and 220 grams weight each. I prefer the 220 gram model.
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I've always liked lighter weight clubs. The disadvantage is that they are more difficult to juggle outside when the wind kicks up. However, they are way easier on the wrists and arms, and allow me to practice for longer periods of time. I find 7 to 8 ounces (about 198 - 226 grams) ideal...
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