- Cognitive. Learning a new skill keeps your brain fresh and working hard, and has even been shown to help prevent dementia. Even if you already know how to bowl, it provides a constant challenge – each frame is a new objective to be handled.
- Social. Bowling, especially in a league, attracts people from all walks of life. It’s a great way to meet new friends outside of work or school. Bowling is both a sport and leisure activity, which makes it easy to connect with teammates without interrupting anything. You’ll always have something to discuss with teammates, even if it’s just the game.
- Physical. People don’t tend to think of bowling as exercise, but hauling those heavy bowling balls around does work your muscles. Bowling won’t be your only fitness solution, but it can be a fun addition to an exercise routine, and the trick to sticking with exercise is doing something you enjoy.
- Mental/Emotional. Put simply, bowling is fun! It won’t surprise anyone to know that doing things you enjoy is a great way to relieve stress. Since it’s an indoor activity, bowling can also be a great escape from the winter weather that’s right around the corner.
Are you ready to see the benefits of bowling for yourself? Check out Rab’s fall schedule and specials. We can’t wait to see you out at the lanes!