This is the final lesson, and the hardest. It may be tricky at first, but if you practised the technique in the last lesson you will hopefully pick this up quickly. When learning to juggle, persistence is key - so don't give up if you don't get it straight away.
Three balls in two hands
We will start off slow. Holding one ball in your dominant hand and two in the other, throw one of the two balls in your subordinate hand to your dominant one. Like before, try and return the ball in your dominant hand, but this time, when you catch the returned ball, try and throw the remaining ball in your subordinate hand back.
Take this step slow. Don't get disheartened if you drop the balls (you will do this often). Be persistent and eventually you will get into a juggling rhythm.
Now you are Juggling
If you can do the above step with ease, all you need to do now is continuously throw the balls to each hand in a loop.
Look at that, you can juggle after all!
What now? Why not learn some Juggling tricks