Low low catchesAugust 29, 2018
Push MovementSeptember 11, 2018
- Content: Multitasking hand-eye coordination exercise
- Focus:reaction, hand-eye coordination
- Equipment: ten tennis balls (numbered from 1-10), two boxes, a wall
- Number of Assistants: 0
Lucky Little Numbers
This simple drill focuses more on your brain than on hand-eye coordination, but still trains your reflexes. The First part we describe here is only the base. Make it more difficult for yourself and you’ll gain a lot.
How to do it?
How to change the degree of difficulty:
- Kneel about one meter away from the wall
- Put all balls in front of you
- Place one box to your left and one to your right
- Take one ball and throw it to the wall. Do not look down to see which ball you threw!
- Catch the ball and check the number
- Even numbers go in the left box, uneven numbers go in the right box
- Try to improve the pace steadily
- Put e.g. red dots on even numbered balls, blue dots on uneven numbered balls
- Add squares on even numbered red doted balls and triangles on uneven numbered blue doted balls
- Change distance to wall
- Try to increase speed, for example you can set a time limit
List of references
- Cover image - Lucky Little Numbershttps://jooinn.com/random-numbers-5.html#gal_post_103550_random-numbers-7.jpg