Playing outdoors allows a child to use of their creativity developing imagination, exercise, cogmitive and emotional strength. Through play they engage and interact in the world around them. Play is a healthy brain development. Play helps children competencies that leads to confidence and resilence to face future challenges.
Play also offers an idal opportunity for parents to fully engage with their children. A child depriverd of play does not develop well cognitivly or emotionally,
The experience of play changes the connections of the neurons of the front end of the brain. Without play experience neurons are not changed, Changes that are needed in regulating emotions, solving problems, making plans which prepares the young brain for life.
So let them out to play for the many benefits awaiting them.
Bowling helps you slim down by speeding up your metabolism. Although the game is restricted to a small area, your constant movement while playing helps burn excess fat. You're exercising your legs while walking back and forth between the lane and the scoring table, and working the rest of your body as you lift and swing the bowling ball down the lane. The average bowler walks approximately 6/10ths of a mile during a three-game series. Depending on your weight and amount of effort you put into the game, bowling can burn anywhere from 170 to 300 calories per game. An adult who weighs 200 pounds can burn up to 275 calories per hour while bowling, according to MayoClinic.com.
Muscle Toning and Strengthening
While bowling, your body and arms receive a weight-based workout. As you swing the balling ball, the repeated flexing, bending, twisting and stretching that occurs tones your shoulders, arms, chest and leg muscles. Your muscle tone, strength, balance and joint flexibility are strengthened and improved. The act of gripping the ball helps strengthen your hands. An average bowler using a ball that weighs 16 pounds swings a total of 864 pounds in a three-game series, which is more than one-third of a ton.
Bowling can help you make new friends. Approximately 2 million bowlers socialize and bowl together each week in leagues throughout America, according to The Bowling Foundation. Bowling leagues and teams allow you to meet fellow players, spend time with old friends and converse between turns. Finding companionship through bowling leagues and teams can ease loneliness in the elderly and others who live alone, reducing stress and depression. Social relationships around shared interests such as bowling can strengthen the heart muscles and increase longevity.