Juggling Quiz

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Welcome to the Juggling Quiz!

Are you ready to test your juggling prowess and uncover the secrets to becoming a master juggler? Whether you’re a beginner looking to learn the basics or a seasoned performer seeking to refine your skills, this interactive quiz is perfect for enthusiasts of all levels.

Embark on an exhilarating journey as you answer questions, learn fascinating juggling facts, and receive personalized tips to enhance your juggling technique. It’s engaging, informative, and best of all, it’s free!

So, why wait? Grab your juggling balls and dive into the world of juggling today. Let’s see if you have what it takes to juggle your way to greatness!

Disclaimer: The hard questions in the Juggling Quiz are challenging. To finish the game and reaching the master level typically requires a significant amount of grit, determination and perseverance. I you want to learn more about juggling check out our article about Juggling as a passion.

Question 1:

What is the primary function of a DJ's 'juggling' technique?

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This technique involves executing advanced turntable tricks.
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To perform complex turntable tricks - The juggling technique encompasses a range of complex turntable tricks, such as quick cuts, stabs, and creative manipulations of multiple tracks.

Question 2:

What is the most common type of object used for juggling?

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Think about the shape and ease of use for juggling objects.
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Balls - Balls are the most commonly used juggling objects due to their symmetrical shape and ease of catching and throwing.

Question 3:

What is the term for the basic juggling pattern involving three objects?

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It's a common juggling pattern involving three objects.
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Cascade - The Cascade is the most common juggling pattern involving three objects, where each object is thrown and caught in a sequential, cyclical motion.

Question 4:

What is the term for the act of juggling with fire torches?

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It involves juggling with a specific type of torches.
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Fire Juggling - Fire Juggling is the term used to describe the act of juggling with fire torches, which requires specialized skills and safety precautions.

Question 5:

What is the term for juggling with an increasing number of objects in a continuous pattern?

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It involves continuously adding more objects to the juggling pattern.
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Cascading - Cascading refers to the act of juggling with an increasing number of objects in a continuous pattern, typically starting with three objects and adding more in sequence.

Question 6:

What is the term for juggling with one hand while the other hand remains empty?

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It involves juggling with only one hand.
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One-handed Juggling - One-handed Juggling involves the act of juggling with only one hand while the other hand remains empty or is used for other purposes.

Question 7:

What is the term for juggling with five objects in a continuous pattern?

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This term refers to juggling with five objects in a continuous pattern.
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Five-ball Cascade - The Five-ball Cascade is a classic juggling pattern involving the continuous juggling of five objects.

Question 8:

Which type of juggling involves using a diabolo?

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This type of juggling is named after the prop used.
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Diabolo Juggling - Diabolo Juggling is a form of juggling that specifically uses a diabolo, a type of juggling prop that is spun and thrown using a string attached to two sticks.

Question 9:

What is the term for juggling where the objects are thrown and caught in a circular motion?

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This style of juggling is named after the shape of the objects used.
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Ring Juggling - Ring Juggling is a style of juggling where the objects are thrown and caught in a circular motion, often using rings or hoops.

Question 10:

Which juggling pattern involves throwing and catching the objects in a figure-eight motion?

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The name of this juggling pattern reflects its visual resemblance to a mathematical symbol.
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Infinity Juggling - Infinity Juggling is a juggling pattern where the objects are thrown and caught in a figure-eight motion, creating a visually appealing pattern.

Question 11:

What is the term for juggling with one hand while balancing an object on the other hand or body part?

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This type of juggling involves combining juggling with the skill of maintaining balance.
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Balance Juggling - Balance Juggling is a skill that combines juggling with the act of balancing an object on another part of the body, adding an extra level of difficulty and coordination.

Question 12:

What is the term for juggling with seven objects in a continuous pattern?

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This juggling pattern involves intricate arm movements.
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Mill's Mess - Mill's Mess is a complex juggling pattern that involves crossing and uncrossing the arms while juggling seven objects in a continuous pattern.

Question 13:

What is the term for the juggling pattern where the objects are thrown and caught in a criss-cross motion?

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This juggling pattern creates a visual effect similar to a windmill.
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Windmill Pattern - The Windmill Pattern is a challenging juggling pattern where the objects are thrown and caught in a criss-cross motion, creating a windmill-like effect.

Question 14:

Which juggling pattern involves throwing and catching the objects in a circular motion with one hand while the other hand remains empty?

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This juggling pattern involves one hand performing a circular motion.
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Half-Shower - The Half-Shower is a challenging juggling pattern where one hand performs a circular motion while the other hand remains empty, creating a visually appealing display.

Question 15:

What is the term for juggling with an increasing number of objects in a continuous pattern, starting with one object and adding one at a time?

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This term is commonly used in juggling notation.
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Siteswap - Siteswap is a juggling notation used to describe the throwing and catching patterns of juggling sequences, including those involving an increasing number of objects in a continuous pattern.

Question 16:

Which type of juggling involves using a kendama?

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This type of juggling involves a traditional Japanese skill toy.
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Kendama Juggling - Kendama Juggling is a form of juggling that utilizes a kendama, a traditional Japanese skill toy consisting of a handle and ball connected by a string.

Question 17:

Which part of the body is primarily used to juggle the ball in freestyle football?

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It's a body part that provides good control and versatility.
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Knee - Using the knee to juggle the ball allows for better control and maneuverability, making it a popular choice among freestyle footballers.

Question 18:

What is the name of the move where the ball is juggled using the feet while the player remains in a seated position?

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This move involves juggling the ball while being seated.
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Sit Down Stall - The Sit Down Stall requires advanced foot control and coordination while in a seated position.

Question 19:

What is the term for the act of keeping the hacky sack in the air using consecutive kicks without letting it touch the ground?

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This term is also used in ball sports to refer to keeping the ball in the air with the feet.
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Juggling - Juggling in hacky sack refers to the skill of consecutively kicking the sack to keep it airborne without letting it touch the ground, showcasing a player's control and coordination.