We visited international handball camps with our adventure park
The Watch Games. See More interactive adventure park took a tour at Veszprém and Győr. The participants of the camps of László Nagy, Anita Görbicz and Tamás Iváncsik were able to test their handball skills with the newest digital devices.
Nearly 70 participants of the László Nagy International Handball Camp in Veszprém – children aged 8-17 and their coaches and helpers – could test themselves in our adventure park on July 2. Our tools measured reaction time, strength of shots, sense of balance and increase in center of gravity, just as young people could try out the robotic-passing machine and then take part in a quiz game.
It was a sport-specific camp, so here, unlike our other extrenal programmes, not only ball games were popular among children. There were some young people who shot the ball at a speed of 100 km/hour, so the talents and qualities were also shown in practice.
About 100 children took part in the international handball camp of Anita Görbicz and Tamás Iváncsik in Győr, the young people between the ages of 9 and 17 were leveled by 20 coaches and helpers.
The children could try similar tasks, but here – on 7 of July – we already had our commentator position, and we also measured speed at 10 meters.
“I also really liked the speed measurement and the shot strength measurement, I was wondering how strong my shot was and how fast I reacted to the reaction time measurement. I hope that I can be there at the European Championship and support the Hungarian national team” said Boró, who is 15 years old and plays handball in Dunakeszi.
In addition to the hosts of the camp, the invited guests and our former classic players, such as Anita Görbicz, Tamás Iváncsik, Gergő Iváncsik, Nándor Fazekas and Júlia Hársfalvi, also tried the adventure park – to the greatest delight of the children.
“There were shots I wouldn’t have caught even in the Champions League,” said Nándor Fazekas, who praised the passing machine.
“The machine is really strong, but I also liked the reaction time measurement, it was a sweaty game, we tried to beat each other’s records with the others. The commentator position is funny, you can have fun if you use it creatively. There is a challenge in every task, and if you get better at one, you will maintain a healthy rivalry with the others ” said Júlia Hársfalvi.
One of the main organizers of the camp, Tamás Iváncsik, summed up the day as follows: “I think we need to take a break between the trainings, we’re very happy that the adventure park has come to us. We spent several hours with the tasks, also with one station at a time, I am sure there was some tasks where the kids experienced something new. We also completed the tasks, as it is very important for us that the children feel that we are also active participants in the camp. In the morning, we also go running with them, for example, trying to set an example and encourage them to spend as much time as possible with playing sports, free time activities instead of their phone. That's how they can make new friends.”