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Jumping and kicking with the inside surface of your foot at the same time. To perform it you need to be kicking the footbag while Jumping. Also, for this trick, conventional wisdom suggests remaining over the bag and staying on your toes. Butterfly footbag trick: 5.

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Shop now at Amazon. It comes filled with your preference of metal, plastic pellets, or sand. This bag is good for both kicking and stalling. This one takes a few sessions to break in, but once you do, this is an amazing bag for solo or circle play.

This bag is one of the best footbags for beginners because it will help you hone your juggling and stalling skills. Read more in the reviews. Consider what is too floppy or too poppy, too heavy or too light, too big or too small. But, what it really boils down to what you prefer and what is well balanced for your style of play. Having said that, I believe the sacks I listed above are great, to begin with!

I have presented a variety of hacky sacks that appeal to the different styles of play. These footbags will prove to be some of the best footbag for beginners. What to consider when buying your first footbag When shopping for a footbag, consider the number and size of panels, weight, size of the bag and filler. Each of these components factors into personal preference. If you want to do more kicking than stalling, then consider bags with more panels and higher fill levels.

If you are looking to do more stalling and tricks , then consider bags with fewer panels and low to medium filling. The smaller the panels and the more panels a bag has, the more of a ball shape the bag will retain.

Weight The weight is another contributing factor that needs to be considered when purchasing your footbag. If the bag is too heavy, then it can be painful to play with; if it is too light, then it becomes more difficult to play with. The idea is to find the weight that is heavy enough to maintain stability, but light enough to where it feels good to kick.

Your footbag of choice will have a unique combination of what I have highlighted above: panels how many and how big , weight, size, and filler. Everyone has their own preference of footbags, and — like people — preferences tend to change over time. When switching from one bag to another, there is an adjustment period. For example, the difference is startling when switching from a medium sand-filled bag to a full pellet bag.

Give each bag a chance. Play with a variety of bags. The differences between bags strengthen different components of your game. Playing with different bags helps you to become a more well-rounded player.

Footbags that are more ball-like higher fill level, more panels, etc. Footbags that are more collapsible lower fill level, bigger panels, etc. It goes without saying important skills to cultivate include both stalling and kicking. Each factor into how you are able to link tricks together — and impress everyone around.

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Shop now at Amazon. It comes filled with your preference of metal, plastic pellets, or sand. This bag is good for both kicking and stalling. This one takes a few sessions to break in, but once you do, this is an amazing bag for solo or circle play. This bag is one of the best footbags for beginners because it will help you hone your juggling and stalling skills.

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