Gain Speed Slowly but Surely
When training to run marathons, don’t overexert yourself from the start. Instead, gain traction gradually throughout. The next time you train, start a little bit faster, your other paces will increase too.
Catch the Spiral
To catch footballs, concentrate on the tip of the ball; you’ll block out other visual stimuli, and improve your hand-eye coordination
Build Your Back
Break up cable rows into two sections. With outstretched arms, hold the bar, squeezing your shoulders together. Pull the bar towards your body. Your back will thank you.
Bike more Efficiently
To hone your cycling skills, try biking with one leg. Rest both legs on the pedals, but only use one to do the work. Try this for 30 seconds before switching to the other leg. Then, ride like usual for 5 minutes before repeating this exercise.
Make Your Swings Count
Do practice putts at home, on a carpet. You don’t need to use a club, just choose a target, roll with your hand, and see how close you get. This will help your ability to gauge distance.
Train to Focus
Practice focusing on a faraway object, and then shifting to a closer object. Learning how to focus your eyes will help you hit balls that come your way; the skill is especially useful in tennis.