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How to Juggle a Hard-Drive and 2 Balls in less than 90 Seconds

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Moving on to three balls might appear tougher because you're handling three balls across two hands, but this is true only when beginning and ending your juggling session. While the balls are in flight, you've got one in each hand, max. Rhythm is the key, same as when juggling two balls.

When juggling disparate objects, you'll need to compensate for their varying weights, sizes or surfaces. It takes a bit of practice and you'll get the hang of it automatically. You can try all kinds of objects: pens, key chains, crumpled paper, cutlery, and of course, hard drives.

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