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Thankfully anyone can train their abstract reasoning and the best way to do so is with physical hobbies like trades or even some art and Aesthetics hobbies too.
Why Fun and Physical Hobbies are Necessary - Hobby Lesson
Even the least physical of hobbies have the benefit of getting the doer up and active. Physical hobbies such as jogging, cycling or skating can not only benefit the cardiac system, but also help to control weight, assist with cholesterol and ensure that essential muscles are used regularly, even if the person doing the exercise isn’t normally overly active. However, even those hobbies that involve sitting down require a certain element of exercise. As well as getting to the hobby class or room, the person will need their motivation in order to succeed, whatever their activity.
I feel like a lot of guys devote too much time to things that involve primarily mental work and lose sight of developing more outward, physical hobbies - things that you can only get good at with daily practice and physical coordination vs. skills that you can develop just sitting on your ass in front of a computer. I'm not saying to lose sight of what you're passionate about, but I feel like we could come up with a list of more outward based, physical hobbies and everyone should have to choose one to spend some time getting good at as a matter of personal development.But even when physical disabilities are minor, physical hobbies can be hard to do. Like when someone wants to play tennis but his visual field has a left-sided defect. He can not see, or too slowly, the balls coming from his left side. So he can't return them in time or not at all. The same problem here in playing badminton, or every other ball game. The best compensation usually is to slow the balls down so there is ample time to look for the ball. Tennis is played with soft balls in a hall because such balls are much slower than normal tennis balls.