Heaviest Combination Of Two Things Juggled In One Hand While Balancing On One Leg

United States Gold Member

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Springfield, Illinois, United States / January 9, 2012

Gold Member juggled two items weighing a total of 10 pounds in one hand while balancing on one leg.

- must balance on one leg for duration of attempt
- must complete juggling using one hand
- must start with both objects held in one hand
- may only use two objects
- must observe RecordSetter balancing criteria

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  • United States Pete Moyer

    Pete Moyer

    Dan, to qualify the pattern as juggling 4 catches is the minimum. I think showing a brand marking on the ball with weight gives solid proof. Maybe require that in the criteria?

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    I'm OK to accept both of the current attempts in this category, but believe we should start weighing the objects on camera moving forward. I'd like to see evidence of weight.

    Also, thoughts on creating a rule about length of time one needs to juggle the two items? How about 20 seconds?

  • United States Gold Member

    Gold Member

    it is easier to mix a light weight with a super heavy weight. like I have a 20 lb cast iron ball I can a 3 ball cascade with 2 other tennis balls together but could not juggle 3 - 10 lb balls for that long

  • United States Gold Member

    Gold Member

    just did this on one leg with 2 - 5lb balls for 34 second plan on doing this with 2 - 8 lb bowling balls on one leg just to qualify

  • United States Gold Member

    Gold Member

    to bad this won't be reviewed till Februrary for me!

  • United States Gold Member

    Gold Member

    I've done 2 - 5lb balls in one hand for around 30 seconds so I'll do this record today with 2 5lb balls. thanks Pete!

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