Horizontal surface rolling is a form of juggling where objects are rolled across a level surface such as a table or floor.

Since gravity doesn't make the objects change direction after they are thrown, as it does in other forms of juggling, horizontal surface rolling requires other ways of making the objects return the juggler. Balls can be juggled by making them bounce off of something so that they roll back toward the juggler, by pushing them slowly enough that they don't roll out of reach, or by rolling them between multiple jugglers. Depending on the shape, angle, and rotation of the prop, different kinds of objects can travel along curved paths when rolled across a flat surface, which allows an object to roll out of reach and then return to the juggler by itself.

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Pool table juggling

Chris Fowler rolling balls on a pool table

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Roll Juggling

Brandon Vasos rolling balls on a pool table

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Roll Juggling 2

Brandon Vasos rolling balls on a pool table

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Greg Kennedy rolling 5 bowls on the floor

Video: Alexandra Savina rolling 7 hoops on the floor
Video: Svetlana Zueva rolling 5 clubs on the floor

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