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John Dowdell

One important addendum: safety.

When using a weight heavier than a few ounces, thick clothing is best, particularly around shins and crotch.

A strong brimmed hat, even a baseball cap, can intercept any stray motion around the face.

For small ends, such as when juggling unweighted ropes, eye protection is essential... outside I use sunglasses, and inside I use a pair of wrap-around safety glasses.

Repetitive motion seems a risk, so it's important to work with a variety of motions, at different angles, and to always stop immediately and rest when any discomfort is felt.

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