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How to Turn the Qball Into a Daily Habit this New Year

The Qball is the perfect habit to start this New Year, benefiting both your brain and body and leading to real-life results. Here are some tips on how you can successfully incorporate the Qball into your daily routine and make a lifelong habit that you will benefit from daily:

1. Start small:

Incorporating a new habit into your daily life can at first seem like a daunting undertaking. One of the tricks to successfully starting a new routine is to start small. Begin by playing with the Qball for just a few minutes everyday, and slowly start increasing the length of time. The first week you may want to start by playing with the Qball for just 5 minutes a day, and every week following add on a few more minutes until you reach your desired goal.

2. Schedule:

Schedule in a specific time that you play with the Qball everyday. Whether it’s first thing in the morning or after school, it is important to be regimented and consistent when starting a new habit. If necessary, put a reminder on your phone or mirror so that a day does not pass in which you are not reminded of your new routine.

3. Record:

Use a notebook or calendar to record everyday that you play with the Qball and track your progress as you improve. There are a number of games at www.qballextreme.com that you can play to challenge your brain and body. A simple way to measure your success is to count and record how many bounces you can complete in 1 minute. As you get better at bouncing the Qball you will be able to increase your speed and complete more bounces per minute.

4. Start Early:

The earlier in the day that you tackle your new habit, the more likely you are to succeed. Try playing with the Qball in the morning to ensure that you give your brain and body their daily workout. If you wait until late in the day you may have less willpower and find yourself too tired to keep up with your new habit.

5. Repeat:

In order for the Qball to turn into a daily habit it has to be repeated everyday. One study examined how long it took people to form a new simple habit (such as drinking more water or jogging) and on average it took 66 days for a new habit to become automatic. That means that the first two months of forming a new habit are crucial to your success, so don’t slack!

The Qball is a healthy and fun habit for individuals of all ages and skill levels. It can help set the stage for a child or student’s athletic and academic success by exercising and enhancing their coordination, memory, focus and mathematical abilities. It is also extremely beneficial to the middle-aged and elderly, helping slow down a decline in aged-related memory loss.