Improving coordination is a process that begins shortly after birth. Our whole lives we are taught to color between the lines and to fit shapes together. All of these things help to improve our overall coordination.
However, by isolating your motor skills we can speed this process up significantly. We call this coordination exploration and it makes a big difference at any level of sports you aspire to.
A great example of coordination exercises is performing hand eye coordination drills (ie. juggling) with one eye covered. Another way to accelerate the process is to put you in an unstable environment and allow you to become comfortable completing difficult tasks, such as catching a tennis ball with one hand while dribbling a basketball with the other. This improves overall balance. As you progress, the tasks become less routine and the aim is to challenge you to improve your coordination. Our success rate is currently 100%. Give us a try.