A lot of people ask “Is Juggling Exercise?” The answer is a big YES!
- Juggling burns 280 calories per hour, about the same as walking!
- Juggling tones your upper body because of the constant arm movement. It will exercise your arms just like walking does for the legs. This is great since your arms do not usually get this kind of exercise through other means.
- Juggling works your core and tones your legs by requiring your lower body to maintain balance while your arms are doing work. When you juggle for fitness, it’s important to engage your core muscles and plant your lower body in one place.
- Juggling utilizes body mechanics in which we normally do not engage. It’s great to move the body in new ways to maintain range of motion. The expression ‘use it or lose it’ applies here. Juggling lubricates the joints in the arms and shoulders, and keeps them from getting creaky as we age!
here is what some of JuggleFit’s customers have to say:
“The thing that really amazed me was the exercise factor!”
-Candace Segar, Island Times
“What a workout! I jog alot, but do little towards upper body and core strength exercise. Juggling was a simple way to get a workout in a non-strenuous way.”
– Larry Waszink, Florida Dept. of Health
“My waist got smaller! I can fit into pants that I could not two weeks ago. I worked with the Beginner JuggleFit DVD and dropped a pant size.”
-Victoria, JuggleFit Customer
“I really never knew that it [juggling] was actual exercise. I was quite skeptical when told so but ….I have come to completely understand that it is!
– CeCe Edwards, JuggleFit customer
“I already feel the mental boost that I get from the physical activity!”
– Lynn Marie Price, Early Steps, Florida Dept. of Health
Certified Trainer Heather Wolf of JuggleFit has taught thousands to juggle, and wants to be your personal juggling coach. Learn from Heather now with this FREE video!