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).
Records listed on this page must be done using patterns where the number of objects is greater than the total number of hands and feet used, every object is thrown by a foot at some point in the pattern, and no hand or foot throws more than once in between two consecutive throws made by another hand or foot.
Foot juggling world records with publicly available video evidence here:
- 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: 65 catches by Tamas Gyorgy in 2013 (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