Juggling at a consistent height: With each touch, touch the ball to the same height, 2 to 3 feet above your head, making sure to alternate feet with each touch. It is important to use good footwork to position yourself for each touch so that you are consistently touching the ball in your sweet spot. Start with a bounce between touches to increase the success rate. The bounce will save frustration and enable you to get a feel for the exercise leading to a faster progression.
Use proper juggling form; leg hinging at the hip, knee and ankle, toes curled down creating a flat surface with your laces at a proper angle to the ball in relation to where you are trying to kick the ball. Try to touch the ball closer to the ground , avoiding raising your foot above your knee or hip to meet the ball. This drill requires good timing, coordination, rhythm and focus.