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  • Challenge your brain and boost your potential with this mind game

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Brain Game "Tennis Bowling": What is it?

Tennis Bowling is a brain training game that activates a number of different cognitive skills. The user will have to carefully position the racket in order to aim the ball and hit the target at the right angle and with the necessary speed before the balls run out. As the levels of this mind game increase, so will the difficulty, requiring more mental resources.

This brain game will adapt and progress through the levels as the user plays. Tennis Bowling is a scientific resource designed to measure and track performance, and automatically adjust the difficulty to each user's needs, which optimizes cognitive training. The brain game Tennis Bowling is suitable for children and adults and helps train and activate important cognitive skills.

How can Tennis Bowling improve your cognitive skills?

The cognitive stimulation games and training programs from CogniFit, like Tennis Bowling, help improve cognitive skills through neuroplasticity. When you activate a cognitive ability in the brain, a certain neural pattern is activated. The repitition of this pattern (doing activities that use this cognitive skill) helps the neural activation happen quicker, more preciesly, and more efficiently. This efficient activation strengthens and improves our cognitive abilities which helps us optimize activities in our daily lives.

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Neural Connections CogniFit

Graphic projection of neural networks after 3 weeks.

What cognitive skills can you train with Tennis Bowling?

The cognitive skills that you can improve with this brain game are:

  • Visual Perception: This game will require the user to perceive objects and see how the ball is being shot from the cannon to hit the racket. This is similar to how, in our daily lives, we must be able to interpret and perceive countless stimuli. Activating and stimulating visual perception with a brain game like Tennis Bowling can help you process and correctly execute tasks that use this cognitive skill, like perceiving other cars on the road, the letters in a sentence, or obstacles in your way when you walk.
  • Hand-eye Coordination: In Tennis Bowling, the user will have to move the racket in order to hit the ball and knock down the barrels. When the user does this, they will be training their hand-eye coordination, which can make it possible to be more efficient in a number of daily tasks like writing, using a computer mouse, or playing sports.
  • Visual Scanning:In this game, the user will have to detect or find each of the targets in the space shown. Doing this will require the user to use, and therefore strengthen, their visual scanning. Improving this cognitive skill can make the user more efficient when doing daily tasks, like finding their keys on a messy table or finding a friend in a busy restaurant.
  • Estimation: In this brain game, the user will have to carefully move the racket in order to make the ball hit the target on the screen with the necessary speed. Doing this requires estimation, which, with proper training, can help optimize a number of daily activities like calculating when you need to slow down in order to stop at a stoplight or playing basketball or another sport.
  • Planning: The brain game Tennis Bowling was designed to help improve how many targets the user is able to knock down using the least number of balls. This activity stimulates and activates the user's planning ability. Improving this ability makes it possible for the user to become more efficient in a large number of tasks, from finding the best way to get to a restaurant, to creating the best strategy to reach your goals.
  • Updating: As this game progresses, the user will have to continuously move the racket to make sure that it hits the target. This brain game will use our updating cognitive ability. Updating makes it possible to quickly and efficiently detect and correct errors.
  • Spatial Perception: In the mind game, the user will have to find the targets on the screen and see when they need to launch the ball. Practicing this game will stimulate and activate spatial perception, and improving this cognitive skill can make it easier to properly respond to the necessities of daily life like when judging distance or organizing space.
  • Response Time:Moving through the levels of the game will require the user to complete certain actions before the time runs out. Doing this will stimulate and work reaction time. Improving this cognitive ability can help us be quicker and more efficient when faced with unexpected changes in daily life, like when a car moves into your lane without signaling, or when you're asked questions in a job interview.
  • Shifting:This brain game was designed to help the user constantly correct and redirect the racket. Practicing this cognitive skill can help train shifting. Improving this cognitive skills can help us adapt our thinking to new, changing, or unexpected circumstances.
  • Focused Attention:This brain game requires the user to detect the targets on the screen, which will require focused attention. Improving this cognitive skill allows us to effectively pay attention to relevant stimuli and be more efficient when listening to a lecture or working in class.

What happens if you don't train your cognitive abilities?

Our brain is designed to reserve its resources, which is why it eliminates the connections that it doesn't use often. If a cognitive skill is not regularly trained or used, the brain will not give it the resources it needs to activate the neural pattern, and will become weaker and weaker. This makes it harder to use this skill when we need it, and less efficient in daily activities.

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