Thom Wall con What Scientists Have to Say About Juggling:: An overview of the effects of juggling on the mind and body. (English Edition)
The Benefits of Juggling
What Scientists Have to Say About Juggling is the most complete literature overview of juggling research to date.
Did you know that learning to juggle changes your brain density? Did you know that juggling has been proven to reduce clinical anxiety? Did you know that juggling boosts your ability to engage in complex mental tasks?
In the past fifteen years, many scientists have used three ball juggling in their experiments when studying complex motor task learning. These studies have given us incredible insight not only into motor learning as a whole, but also into juggling as a skill that affects our minds and brains. Most of these papers lie in academic journals that aren’t read by circus professionals, however, so they are relatively unknown to the juggling world!
All of these studies and more are detailed and explained in the ebook What Scientists Have to Say About Juggling – the most complete literature overview of juggling research to date.
What's in the Book
In this ebook, you’ll learn how long you need to see a moving object in order to catch it, how your brain grows when learning the three ball cascade, the difference between monkeys and humans when learning new skills, the effects of napping on jugglers, the benefits of juggling as active meditation, and more. It’s the science of juggling, thoroughly explained.