Here's a easy and inexpensive way to make a set of juggling clubs.
are the first set I had when I learned and they worked great.
- 3 pieces of 3/4" hardwood dowel 19"-23" long (available
at any hardware store).
- 3 standard crutch ends with and inside diameter
of 3/4" (available at any pharmacy).
- 3 softball sized wiffle balls (available at most
big sporting goods stores).
- 3 #8 x 1 1/2" flat head screws.
- Screw driver
- Using scissors carefully cut a 3/4" hole in
one side of the wiffle ball.
- You can mark the proper size by placing the
end of the dowel on the ball and drawing a cirlce around its' base with
- Cut the 3/4" dowel to the desired length.
Longer clubs spin slower and are easier for body throws, but may be bulky.
- Push a crutch end onto one end of each dowel.
- Drill a small hole in the center of the other end
of the dowel and push a wiffle ball onto it.
- Secure it buy attaching one
screw threw the wiffle ball on the side the exact opposite from the 3/4"
- If you like you can also add some foam tape to
the handle and cover it by wrapping it with electrical tape to pad the handles.
That's all there is to it. As you get better you
can make more.
Read a testimonial of someone who made these.