Art Of The Week 11 months ago Share Tweet Pin Share Wait! Before you read this download our APP and read all our awesome articles on the go!IOS Download:Android Download:What made you start buugeng training ?I just started for fun with classic toss juggling. Then I was totally excited by the results I got after some days of training/playing around. When I saw contact juggling for the first time I tought if I can toss 3 balls correctly, I can do that too. And that was right, I spent more than 10 years with spheres and I can say I’m quite good at it…now I would like to grow more with buugengs, I know that If I work hard, results will come. I think all this juggling-thing I do is quite a personal challenge to see where my body and training can lead. But one important reason to juggle for me is that this makes me a special guy with superpowers hehehe smile emoticonWhat is this style of art called ?-This art is called manipulation, Buugengs are a graphical form of it, but they even include spinning and pure finger manipulationHow long have you been doing it and did you start with anything else ?– I effectively started real buugeng training on september 2015, as I bought my led buugeng. Previously I had a pair of self made wood buugeng, but without led they didn’t catch me as well as led-ones. When I saw led buugeng, I fell like I found the missing detail to start seriously working with them.What is the name of the things you hold ?– The name of the props is Buugeng, mines are even equipped with led lightsIf you had any advice for anyone trying to get into it , what would you tell them?– For anyone that would like to start learning buugeng but even any other juggling form is to work hard on basic movement, that’s the way I do it. Repeat simple moves then go on building harder ones. I absolutely think that good basics make the difference to get into a good or bad performance.How far would you like to take this and if you could tell me where you would like to be in 5 years?– I don’t know how far would this thing take me, but I’m anxious to discover it. Every day is an improvement of the previous day, and I want to grow with this great and young tool with almost infinite styles and possibilities.– In the beginning this juggling-manipulation thing was for me just a hobby. In the past years I barely considered me as a professional artist, but recently, I started to imagine me like that. I started busking in the street and in some events with my spheres (and recently even with buugengs) and people liked that, I liked that. Today my dream is to live as an artist, have shows, teach people and contribute to juggling community growing.