Bowling- How is it beneficial?

Build and Tone Muscles with Bowling

Your child doesn’t need a heavy ball to strengthen their large muscle groups, the key is maintaining the repetitive exercise. Bowling can help your child’s leg strength with a squat paired with a two-handed bowl, or their arm strength with the more advanced one-handed bowl. After ten frames, your child will have done an entire workout without even knowing it!

Enhance Gross Motor and Fine Motor Skills with Bowling

Remember the large muscle group we talked about earlier? Those are your gross motor skills such as leg, core and arm strength that your child will use to pick up and handle his/her bowling ball. Equally important are those fine motor skills that involve hands and fingers pair with eye coordination that help your child aim the ball. Encourage your child to look where they want the ball to go to increase those valuable fine motor skills.

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