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Developer, founder of FormSquare  I'm a passionate developer interested in web development, UI/UX, reading and tons of other stuff. I am one of the first team members of  Reap Technologies creating the future of financial software for small businesses base in Hong Kong.

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Table Tennis

Why i start play Table Tennis

Table tennis improves reflex, eye-hand coordination, mental alertness and speed of movement. It also improves balance and lowers the chances of falls and injuries. Additionally, table tennis is a safe sport to play because it is not a contact sport. … It is a sport that has many different styles of play.

Additionally, table tennis is a safe sport to play because it is not a contact sport. It is easy on the body and can be enjoyed by players of all ages. It is a sport that has many different styles of play. Whether a player focuses on hitting the ball hard, developing keen accuracy or even developing different types of spin on the ball, anyone can have success playing table tennis with enough practice and dedication.

Table tennis rewards athletes who are strategic. Successful players must plan their shots, think about what their opponent is trying to accomplish and then execute their specific strategy. Developing and executing strategy requires practice, but luckily table tennis can be played at any time. This means that weather is a nonfactor in table tennis, so dedicated players can play throughout the year, during the day or even at night.

Table tennis can slow the process of cognitive decline that occurs with aging. The social skills and bonds you develop are also beneficial in lengthening lifespan, according to Dr. Gary Small from the Center of Aging at the University of California.

Whether you play it for the competition or just play casually for the social interaction, table tennis is fun! When exercise is fun you are more likely to keep doing it, and that is healthy

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