Juggling is a millenary practice characterized as an art and sport, improved on stages and rings of great shows around the world. It requests a complex motor coordination with both hands and arms ability, develops brain motor skills and periphery eye-hand coordination. There are no limits to the practice and it can be performed in any conditions, everywhere, becoming a powerful tool to motor development investigation and its impacts into specific sites of central nervous system. Learning a new technique might result into a positive brain impact to improve neuroplasticity.
Curious to know a little bit more about your brain and learn what the juggling task can do to you?