With this app you can learn in a surprisingly short time juggling with three balls. The basis for this is the juggling learning system REHORULI®. This app was awarded the "BEST OF-PRÄDIKAT" in the categories: E-HEALTH and APPS at the Innovation Prize IT of Initiative Mittelstand 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Why juggling? What's in it?
Juggling relieves stress through its uniform movements and releases new, natural energies. Playful yet effective, they learn how to engage themselves with confidence in new and unfamiliar challenges. A great feeling! In juggling learning, you gradually experience insecurity turning to safety. Self-confidence grows. Juggling even promotes brain performance: The gentle movements of juggling promote the supply of oxygen and dopamine in the brain. Dopamine ensures a positive flow of thoughts and better memory. In addition, our brain halves are connected by a "beam" (corpus calossum) with about 300 million nerve conduits. Juggling activates the transfer of information exactly these nerve lines in a particularly sustainable way.
• Juggling creates a good mood and makes tired people happy.
• Juggling increases learning motivation and strengthens self-confidence.
• Juggling teaches us how to react positively to setbacks.
• Learning to learn learn juggling learning.
Brain growth is possible with juggling
So far it has been assumed that adult brains no longer receive significant increase in gray cells, but regress due to age or illness. In the spring of 2004, scientists were able to prove for the first time in a study that adult brains also undergo changes when they receive appropriate training. Adults learned juggling for three months. The best candidates, who were able to hold three balls in the air for at least 60 seconds, were selected for the study. Their brain structures were examined before training, directly after training and after a three-month break from training and compared with untrained subjects. Result: The "jugglers" showed a clear, bilateral enlargement in the left rear furrow between the upper and lower side lobes of the brain (in the intraparietal sulcus). This area specializes in perceiving movements of objects in three-dimensional space. The study shows that the learning process causes structural changes in the cerebral cortex. The scientists also asked older people between the ages of 50 and 67 to learn how to juggle. Again, confirmed
a) Older people can juggle learning and
b) Brain growth is also possible in the elderly.
Who is behind jonglier-fix / REHORULI®?
In 1999, Stephan Ehlers (jonglator.de) came up with the idea for a juggling learning system that would enable beginners to throw and catch with three balls in an astonishingly short time. REHORULI® is now the market leader in juggling learning systems and is available in ten languages and is available as a tutorial, book, DVD, web and app. In 2003, the first public REHORULI® world record attempt saw 54 beginners simultaneously juggling three balls in 60 minutes , Ten years later, 445 beginners have learned how to juggle REHORULI® in just 30 minutes (jonglier-fix.de/ingolstadt). In 2016, there were 119 jugglers in only 10 minutes. All records are notarized.