The Library of Juggling is an attempt to list all of the
popular (and perhaps not so popular) juggling tricks in one organized place.
Despite the growing popularity of juggling, few websites are dedicated to
collecting and archiving the various patterns that are being performed. Most
jugglers are familiar with iconic tricks such as the
what about Romeo's Revenge or the
531 Mills Mess? The goal of this website
is to guarantee that the tricks currently circulating around the internet
and at juggling conventions are found, animated, and catalogued for the
world to see. It is a daunting task, but for the sake of jugglers everywhere
it must be done.
What can I find here?
For every trick found in the Library, there will be an
animated representation of the pattern created via
addition to general information about the trick (siteswap, difficulty
level, prerequisite tricks, etc.). If I am able to run the pattern, then
I will provide a text-based tutorial for the trick with the help of
animations. I will also include links to other tutorials for the trick
that can be found online, ranging from YouTube videos to private sites
like this one. If I am unable to provide my own tutorial, there will
still be a short description of the trick in addition to outside
tutorials and demonstrations.
Where do I start?
Well, if you have come to the Library looking to find
out how to start juggling, than it would be best to begin with the
Three Ball Cascade pattern. If you are a juggler who is already familiar
with the basics, then the various tricks included in the Library can be
accessed via the navigation tree on the left, where the tricks have
been organized by prop type and number.
Recent Additions (3/1/14):
The Library of Juggling is updated frequently, so make sure to stop by often
to keep up to date on all the latest patterns.
If you have any comments, criticisms, or requests, drop me an email at .