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Fast Reactions. Vision. Coordination
These skills are essential for sports, physical/occupational therapy, development in kids, and everyday life – and they are controlled by one powerful force – your brain. It is the single most important organ and muscle in the body that controls our movements and how quickly we react to what’s around us.
With Qball our mission is to help enhance reaction time, coordination, vision, and brain processing speed for a number of people such as athletes, occupational/physical therapy patients, and kids. These specialized exercises are like a gym for your brain – training it to react faster, so you move quicker; providing an all-around workout for your brain, eyes, and body.
Athletes become better at automating everything from how they see objects, to their mental attention system, to their ability to move and hit every shot. Furthermore, vision therapists use Qball as a cost effective tool to help people overcome lazy eye, strabismus, convergence insufficiency, dyslexia and others vision deficiencies. Plus, with numbers on the ball, parents and teachers use Qball to teach math skills. With all these benefits and uses, see what Q can do for you!
As the World’s Fastest Trainer, Qball develops the following skills:
- Trains vision by exercising eye movement in depth, lateral, and peripheral fields
- Trains eye-hand coordination
- Trains reaction time
- Trains fast thinking
- Trains focus and awareness
- Trains dexterity
- Trains agility
- Trains strategic and tactical thinking
- Trains brain processing speed
Wall Ground Reactions
How: Stand 10 feet back from a concrete wall. Throw 1 or 2 Qballs against the wall such that it hits the wall, ground and comes back. Alternate hands with each throw. Go as fast as you can. Increase speed as you improve. Another variation: kneel on the ground and repeat.
Tracking, Reaction Time, Switching of Focus and Angular Velocity Tracking.
Sport Training: Good for sports that require hitting a moving object such as Baseball, Tennis, Soccer, Volleyball, etc.
Bounce & Catch
How: Bounce 2 Qballs to waist height alternating hands with each bounce. Look directly at the Qball while bouncing and try to see the numbers clearly. Then don’t look. Use peripheral vision. Increase the speed as your skill improves. Try to go as fast as you can.
PT/OT: Good for Vision Therapy, Stroke Rehab, Concussion Rehab, Dementia
Sport training: Good for Baseball, Softball, Basketball, Tennis, Football, Volleyball training.
How: Bounce 1 or 2 Qballs to waist height, alternating hands. Catch the Qballs underneath or on the side to see the top number. Say the number out loud. Next, count the number of bounces. Increase speed as your skill improves and go as fast as you can.
PT/OT: Good for Vision Therapy, Dyslexia, ADHD, Stroke Rehab, Concussion Rehab, Dementia
Sport training: Good for Tennis, Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Football, Soccer