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Contact juggling

Contact juggling is the art of juggling without letting the balls leave contact with one's body. Instead, they are rolled around each other (palmspinning), or along the arms and body (bodyrolling).

Contact juggling originated with a juggling routine developed by Michael Moschen. The various moves of the artform (headrolls, for example) existed for long before that, but it was Mr. Moschen who pulled them together.

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