All sports require agility and quick response to certain factors. The difference between .2 and .3 of a second in reaction speed is what may decide the champion. A football player will need to quickly estimate his opponent’s next move and dribble accordingly; a baseball player will anticipate the ball’s course and move his or her posture accordingly; a martial arts fighter will defend and counter attack instantly after being hit. Independently of the sport, concentration, focus and quick momentum are a must for anyone that wants to win, or rise to the first place.
The ability to accelerate refers to reaching top speed from a stop and is crucial for almost every athlete and in every sport. May that be sprinting on the track, making tackles, or scoring, becoming more successful will be greatly impacted by the power to transition quickly from a standstill to maximum velocity. If your sport or activity includes any kind of running, practicing and training for faster acceleration will certainly improve your performance.
Did you go through a reaction test and the results were as good as you would expect? Or do you feel you reaction around others is slower than it should be? Not to worry! We can help! In this blog, we have compiled all the daily habits you can follow to help you improve your reaction speed and response times may that be for training or social purposes. Improving your reaction time can be easier than you think, especially when you are determined in achieving it.
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