International Jugglers Day - wishes db

International Jugglers Day is held on April 18, 2021. The day celebrates the art of juggling and the talented jugglers. Can’t juggle? Then today is the right day to start! As a movement art, juggling is part of the artistry and traditionally belongs to the performances of the circus or the variety show.

First and foremost, juggling describes the skill of repeatedly throwing and catching several objects in the air so that at least one of the objects is in the air at any given time. It is mainly juggled with balls, clubs and rings.

Juggling is very suitable for increasing physical and mental wellbeing. It promotes the ability to concentrate, the speed of reaction, the spatial imagination, as well as a sense of time, rhythm and balance. The even strain on muscles and the musculoskeletal system increases mobility and endurance.

Where is the International Jugglers Day?


When is the International Jugglers Day?

Sunday April 18, 2021

Juggler Quotes for International Jugglers Day

“A jazz musician is a juggler who uses harmonies instead of oranges.”

Juggler Quotes - A jazz musician is a juggler who uses harmonies instead of oranges - wishes db

“I’m a good juggler. If you want to court a woman, you need to be able to juggle five balls, fire, and knives.”

Juggler Quotes - I'm a good juggler. If you want to court a woman, you need to be able to juggle - wishes db

“As I’m studying magic, juggling is mentioned repeatedly as a great way to acquire dexterity and coordination. Now, I had long admired how fast and fluidly jugglers make objects fly. So that’s it. I’m 14; I’m becoming a juggler.”

“I keep saying I am an auto-didact, but I have a lot of outside influences. One I could cite is juggler Francis Brunn, who was the first man to throw ten rings in the air; he was really an amazing juggler who showed onstage the quest for perfection.”

“I started off as a juggler. I used to do a half-hour show on the weekends to make money as a kid. Then I went to Cleveland, Ohio in 1983 to the international jugglers competition junior division and came second. So that was my first job, being a juggler.”

“I started out as a juggler, so I know what it means to spend eight hours a day, seven days a week practicing something that people just dismiss with a wave of hand.”

“I think I’m going to be a juggler when I retire from the promotion business one day.”

Juggler Quotes -I think I'm going to be a juggler when I retire - wishes db

“I was a good decathlete until I got with a coach that really knew how to train specifically for the event… I’d really describe it as like being a juggler; you have ten balls and you’re trying to get them all in the air at the same time.”

“I’m a good juggler. If you want to court a woman, you need to be able to juggle five balls, fire, and knives.”

“I’m a really good juggler.”

“I’m an elite, recreational juggler.”

“I’ve always said that instead of watching a guy juggle seven things amazingly I would rather see a really bad juggler who’s really funny.”

“If you ever hope to get ahead as an entrepreneur, the answer is not becoming an effective juggler, but in understanding and designing the systems to keep your team, not you, busy, busy, busy.”

“If you start to disrespect the character you’re playing, or play it too much for laughs, that can work for a sketch, it will sell some gags, but it’s all technique. It’s like watching a juggler – you can be impressed by it, but it’s not going to touch you in any way.”

“Juggling is the word. I’m a bad juggler, and there are often balls dropped. There is no balance. The idea of work/life balance is a myth. There’s teetering from one end and running to the other and hoping not to fall off.”

“Motherhood has relaxed me in many ways. You learn to deal with crisis. I’ve become a juggler, I suppose. It’s all a big circus, and nobody who knows me believes I can manage, but sometimes I do.”

“My form is more on the lines of a Chinese porcelain-jar juggler. They learn it as a child. They learn, learn, learn, learn – but not with a porcelain jar. Then, when they’re ready to perform, they’re taken to a museum, and they’re given a porcelain jar for a lifetime to use. When they’re done, it’s returned to the museum.”

“My grandmother was a Jewish juggler: she used to worry about six things at once.”

“My mother was a master juggler. If you ask her, she’ll say she was a wreck. There’s plenty of screaming that went on in the house, but I think it was necessary just to be heard. There were eight children!”

“When my brother and me got into performing in the late ’40s and early ’50s, it was a sensational opportunity to learn from our elders. Every show we played had a dancer, a comic, a juggler, a singer, an acrobat. I came to appreciate virtuosity in all forms of the business.”

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