To improve your reflexes, start by throwing a rubber bouncy ball against a wall and practice catching it as it bounces back in your direction. You can also play a sport that requires fast reaction times, such as ping pong or racquetball, or you can run nature trails where your body must quickly adapt to rough terrain. Alternatively, you can try playing video games to develop faster hand-eye coordination. Make sure you get at least 7 hours of sleep each night so that your body is well rested and awake. For more tips from our Fitness Reviewer, like how to change your diet to improve your reflexes, read on!