A quick history of Juggling ClubsJuggling clubs or pins evolved from Indian clubs. Indian clubs were swung one in each hand without letting them go. They are solid wood, and of varying weights/sizes to help build up arm and wrist strength. Very similar to how some Maori men used a heavy Poi to strengthen their arms for using hand weapons like the Patu, which is a solid club.
One day someone decided to throw and catch their Indian clubs, and later discovered that they could also get juggled. But ouch! It hurts when you hit yourself with a solid Indian club.
Now juggling clubs are hollow and much lighter. They also get balanced for better spin, so the handle comes back to your hand, and the handle is softer to be less punishing on the fingers.
Best Juggling ClubsThere are now a few different types of juggling clubs available each covering different types of users.
One-piece Juggling Clubs for SchoolsAre fantastic to learn with, cheap, and will last much longer in a school environment . The whole club is made from a softer material so they can even be stood on without being damaged.
Multi-piece Juggling ClubsAre made from several different materials each selected to improve the characteristics of stability, spin, and catchability.
If someone is using them like a hammer, or standing on them, or throwing at a wall, they will snap the core, which will happen in a school environment. Our warranty does not cover abuse.
If you want a better club to juggle with and you will look after them, then these will be a fantastic choice.