flat rings

Renegade Flat Ring 32cm
Renegade Flat Ring 32cm
Babache Flat Ring 32cm
Babache Flat Ring 32cm
Play Pastel Flat Ring 32cm
Play Pastel Flat Ring 32cm
Play Fluro Flat Ring 32cm
Play Fluro Flat Ring 32cm
Play Pastel Flat Ring 24cm
Play Pastel Flat Ring 24cm
Babache Flat Ring 40cm
Babache Flat Ring 40cm
Half Holographic Rings 40cm
Half Holographic Rings 40cm
Full Holographic Rings 24cm 40cm and 32cm
Full Holographic Rings 24cm 40cm and 32cm
Renegadesignlab (RdL) Arm and Leg Spinning Ring
Renegadesignlab (RdL) Arm and Leg Spinning Ring
Renegadesignlab (RdL) d-Ring
Renegadesignlab (RdL) d-Ring
Renegadesignlab (RdL) Dodecagon Ring
Renegadesignlab (RdL) Dodecagon Ring
Renegadesignlab (RdL) Inner Pentagon
Renegadesignlab (RdL) Inner Pentagon
Renegadesignlab (RdL) nano rings
Renegadesignlab (RdL) nano rings
Renegadesignlab (RdL) Octagon Ring
Renegadesignlab (RdL) Octagon Ring
Renegadesignlab (RdL) Pieces of five
Renegadesignlab (RdL) Pieces of five
Vintage Rolling Hoops
Vintage Rolling Hoops
Renegadesignlab (RdL) d+Ring
Renegadesignlab (RdL) d+Ring
Renegadesignlab (RdL) Solid Triangle, Square, Circle Rings
Renegadesignlab (RdL) Solid Triangle, Square, Circle Rings

Flat Rings

 

Flat rings are made of solid plastic and are primarily made for numbers juggling (more than 5 rings). Their relative thinness allows you to hold them between your fingers, so you can have as many as four rings in your hand. A thin ring also has less chance of hitting on edge.

 

Flat rings are also used for contemporary ring juggling styles, where balancing, stacking, body tricks and on-body manipulation are involved.

 

However, these rings are harder on your hands. Flat rings are for intermediate to advanced jugglers.

 

• The 32-mm flat ring is the most common size and is used for 3- to 9-ring juggling.

 

• The 40-mm size is intended for up to 5 rings and is more visible on stage.

 

• Flat rings made in special shapes like triangles, squares, hexagons and other odd shapes are for avant-garde juggling styles.

 

Pro tips (advanced and intermediate players)

 

With flat rings the catch point on your hand is very important. Many jugglers catch the ring in-between their thumb and pointing finger (the web space between your thumb and index finger). This is an incorrect catch and will hurt your hands over time. The catch point should be the palm side of the pointing finger knuckle. Advanced ring jugglers will develop a callous on their hand at this contact point to protect it.

 

 


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