Studies are showing that hand-eye coordination activities not only activate the brain’s memory and problem-solving abilities, but empathy as well.
Being physically active is also correlated to better grades in the classroom!
Participating in handball develops patience, confidence and self-control.
Handball develops cardiovascular endurance, agility, balance, flexibility and hand-eye coordination. Both hands must be used, providing challenges and balanced development.
Handball is a life-long sport that supports social skills and boundaries, strong mental stamina, focused opportunities, life lessons, and physical endurance.
Per the CDC, obesity has more than quadrupled in 30 years and in 2012, 18% of children ages 6-11 were obese.
Physical activity helps to counter this and has cardiovascular as well as cognitive benefits.
Competition is available at local, state, national, and international levels for men, women and children ages 9 to 85.