This one is a bit of a different view of footbag, talking about the value of play in general, and also the benefits of barefoot activity. This is something that is often valued for young children but the man interviewed here, Reverend Zander recommends his of hack circle, juggling and other disciplines into what he calls “Hackido”.
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HANALEI — Reverend Zander likes to play. It is, he says, a “universal expression of joy, builder of brains and the great healer of the soul.”
Welcome to the world of Hackido!
It’s a small, soft round ball made of hemp fabric on the outside and hemp seeds inside. Take one, two, three of four of them, and, well, you’ve got the power to change your life in your hands, Zander says.
And the lives of others, too. Perhaps the world.
“It’s about play. It’s a spiritual thing for me,” he says. “I consider play our sole purpose. It’s universal.”
“You can do this anytime, anywhere, any place,” he continues as he juggles three Hackido! balls. “It always changes up the mood. I don’t care what kind of a situation you’re in. If you pull out three hacks and start juggling, people go, ‘Oh, there’s a juggler, everything is cool.’”