Introduction: Be Able to Use Your Non-Dominant Hand
The reason for writing this 'ible is very important. I have severely injured my right hand (dominant) and it is in a full arm cast. I am in school, so I have to write a lot, thus, learning to do things with my right hand. This will take a while but it works like a charm.
Step 1: Throw Like a Kindergartener
Print out the target below. Hang it up. Take a tennis ball and practice throwing it at the target. You will suck extremely. The first day do 10 sets of 10. Each time get at least 2 out of 10. If you don't, start over. Next day 3 out of 10, next day 4 out of 10. Once you are at 10/10 back up 5 feet and start the exercise over. Do this again and again.
Step 2: FRISBEE Power!!
Frisbee is a great way to practice nondominanthand eye coordination. This is because the frisbee moves nice and slow. Play catch with someone for about 30 minutes a day. Nice and easy.
Step 3: Wut R U Riteing?
What are you writing? Write the alphabet 4 times every day and your full name everyday. First week it will be illegible. Next week better and better. Follow the link for some penmanship worksheets that work well. http://www.k12reader.com/handwriting-practice-worksheets-block-style-print/
Step 4: Video Games Woohoo!
Electronics are a major part of our life. We play many computer games. Play this one with your non dominant hand. freeriderhd.com. Play 10-20 minutes a day.
Step 5: Other Stuff
Just try to do things with your left (or right) hand. Move the mouse to the left side. Open doors, stuff like that.