In table tennis, the brain and body are challenged at the same time so that the ball can be returned correctly. This is probably one reason for the success of table tennis in the fight against Parkinson’s disease.
But there are other challenges for brain and body that could also help. Nenad Bach has therefore been pointing out the benefits of juggling for some time – and now the Rubik’s Cube has been added to the list. He has therefore called for a
fun competition with juggling and Rubik’s Cube for
Tuesday at 5 p. m. in Exhibition Hall 1
and asks all participants to bring juggling materials and old (or new) Rubik’s Cubes, if they have them, so that everyone can take part in the competition in parallel.