Foot juggling is juggling and manipulating objects using the feet (and sometimes also the hands).
Foot juggling can be done standing up, using foot catches and kick-ups and other footbag and soccer juggling techniques; sitting with the feet off the ground, which allows the juggler to use their feet for juggling without having to use them for standing at the same time; or lying down and balancing objects on top of the soles of the feet (this type of foot juggling is called antipodism).
To be listed on this page, a record must be done using a pattern where...
- The number of objects used is greater than the total number of hands and feet used.
- A hand or foot never changes which hand or foot it throws toward.
- Every object is thrown by a foot at some point (or would be if the pattern was continued long enough).
Foot juggling world records with publicly available video evidence:
- 2 balls: 102 catches by Sebastian Ceballos in 2018 (video)
- 3 balls: 67 catches by Stanislav Vysotskyi in 2016 (video)
- 4 balls: 8 catches by Stanislav Vysotskyi in 2017 (video)
- 3 balls: 184 catches by Stanislav Vysotskyi in 2019 (video)
- 4 balls: 14 catches by Timur Kaibjanov in 2004 (video)
1 hand and 1 footEdit
2 hands and 1 footEdit
- 4 balls: 160 catches by Max Kuschmierz in 2018 (video)
- 5 balls: 19 catches by Kuniaki Emoto in 2014 (video)
2 hands and 2 feetEdit