I see sooo many people asking about multiple juggles and juggle to spike. I thought I would make a post to explain to my best ability how to do both. If you guys have anything to add, please comment below!! Really, it is easier to help you in person because different people have different problems with multi Juggles. When I was learning this trick, I thought it was impossible. My best tips for learning multi juggles are as follows: 1. Make sure you are catching the ken in a way that the slip stop lands around your middle finger. This helps a TON with controlling the speed of the kenflip. This doesn't seem to make much of a difference when you first start getting this trick, but believe me, learn to do this now and it makes things easier later on. Also, this is my best tip to help those of you having problems with the string. 2. Slow everything down. I don't mean slow things down in your mind(which does help), I mean literally slow things down. Kenflips, tama pops, everything. Getting the rhythm of multiple juggles is very important. I would suggest listening to the sound of the ken as someone does a multiple juggle to help you learn this rhythm. Rhythm is very very important when juggling, as it is the basis for understanding the timing of all of it. 3. Loosen up. If you watch someone like Dylan Westmoreland or Gage Cox do juggles, you can see that they are very loose when juggling. Kind of hard to explain, but your wrist should be dropping and flicking with every juggle. 4. USE YOUR KNEES. Doesn't make much sense with juggles, but it actually helps just in case you flip something too fast, or you don't tama pop enough. 5. Finally, practice!!! I had to work exclusively at multiple juggles for about 3 months before I could even do it! I would suggest NOT practicing stringless, as it forms bad habits that will be hard to unlearn in the future. Go to a jam spot and just grind to get that double juggle big cup, using all the tips listed above. Remember not to give up ever!! As far as juggle/multiple juggle to spike, the same tips apply, just with a few extra steps included: 1. Make sure you are cushioning the tama and lofting it back up with EVERY throw. A common misconception is that you don't need to do this with every tama throw. Make sure you DO NOT slap the ball in any way. 2. Don't let the tama roll as you loft it up. Can't really explain this any better. The tama will go out of control otherwise. 3. Catch the tama between your middle/ring fingers, right in the little pocket where your fingers connect to your hand. This dramatically helps you control where the tama will go. 4. You need to use your knees on the last throw, and flip the ken extra slow. This will give you more time to direct the hole of the tama, and make it a lot easier to perform the trick. 5. MOST IMPORTANT TIP!!! Getting the tama to rotate the way you want it is all about practice. Use all of the above steps, and practice just juggling and getting the tama hole where you want it. Learning juggle/multiple juggle to spike is the same as learning big cup spike. It comes without thinking to those that have mastered it. When you first learn big cup spike, you have to learn how to get the tama to rotate so that the hole is oriented so that you can spike it. Juggling to spike has the exact same idea, just a little quicker and more difficult! You guy's have got this. Juggle is a very rewarding trick. Moral of the story, PRACTICE!!! If anyone has a specific problem with their juggles they need help with, or needs me to further explain a concept, just PM me. Keep shredding!!