Learning how to properly use your camping equipment and gears from yourcamperlife.com is nothing different from learning how to play a musical instrument. You need to know the basics of the gear you are using and then fine-tune your skills to using it. Of course with a music instrument though, it is a bit different as you need eye and hand coordination to make it work.

Even so, studying how to play a particular musical instrument benefits you in more ways than one. Some of it may even be surprising and come totally unexpected.

 

Music and Math are Intertwined

 

Believe it or not, understanding and analyzing scales, rhythm and beats, it helps you to be better in dividing, creating fractions and quickly recognize patterns. It seems as if that music is connected to our brain and helping us understand better of math. This is as per the research performed by Lynn Kleiner, the founder of Music Rhapsody in Redondo Beach, California.

 

Developing Physical skills

 

It is kind of hard to believe that you can improve your physical skills by just playing music right? Turns out that it does. For instance, there are some instruments, like percussions that help people to develop their motor and coordination skills. They are requiring movement of the arms, feet and hand to work in harmony.

 

This kind of instrument is perfect for highly energetic adults and kids as well according to Kristen Regester, Early Childhood Program Manager at Sherwood Community Music School at Columbia College Chicago.

 

Keyboard and string instruments similar to piano and violin is demanding various actions from your left and right hands simultaneously. It is as if you’re rubbing your belly and patting your head. Try how you’d do that. Instruments not just help in developing ambidexterity but also, they encourage people to be more comfortable even in uncomfortable positions.

 

Cultivating Social Skills

 

Group classes are requiring communication and interaction among everyone else in the room. This then encourages teamwork as people ought to collaborate in order to create accelerando or crescendo. If someone plays too fast or too loud, then they have to adjust to be synchronous with the group.