Kendama is an ancient game that originated in Japan. The history is very long and has a profound historical background. And in the later time, it spread all over the world and was loved by people all over the world. The French like this game very much. So soon, the game evolved from a cup and a ball to a ball and a hole. Finally, I slowly added a wooden stick and tried to use the wooden stick’s tip to hit the ball.
Kendama is a Sport
Sword ball is also called kendama. As we all know, it is a skill sport. But unlike Olympic events such as football and basketball, it is a popular event. It is, even more, a youth movement. Kendama, as a sport, also has its own rating standards. There are ten general levels, and the identification moves are the ten must-have for beginners, requiring repeated practice. The tenth level is the lowest, and the first level is the highest. Only after completing the first level can you prove that you have passed the novice period. After that, you can enter the quasi-primary stage and start the danwei exam. From the first stage, the tenth stage is the highest level.
Kendama’s movements seem simple, but they actually require a balance between hands, brain, and body. They need eye problems and quick hands, and great patience. When a child wants to achieve a super difficult action, it may be unsuccessful 100 times, unsuccessful 200 times, and successful 201 times. In this way, the child will have a strong sense of accomplishment. In practice, it is necessary to constantly sum up, experience, and find a sense of balance.
Kendama is an unplugged low-carbon sport. All in all, it can be practiced anytime and anywhere. It combines the movements of the yo-yo, fancy football, and pen-turning. What exercises are your patience and balance? Playing Kendama must endure loneliness and be able to resist the temptation of the outside world.