Bowl At Home
Bowl Patrol has put together a range of different exercises and activities for the kids (and even adults!) to do at home. With the support of Sport Australia, kids are encouraged to 60 minutes a day of activity (30 for adults).
Target Practice: you can be creative with what 'pins' (loo paper rolls, empty plastic bottles), 'ball' (rolled up socks, tennis ball) and alley (hallway, outside) you use at home.
Try targeting specific pins... the headpin is #1, or for the left spare #7 or right spare #10.
Arm curls: to build muscles in your wrist and arms. Try holding a can of anything or drink bottle of water. Do 10 on your left and 10 on your right - repeat three times! Then stretch those arm muscles.
These exercises and activities are simple things that can be done at home with minimal equipment. It includes exercises like lunges, arm curl, wall sits, and squats; the activities involve working on target practice and skill development through reinforcing skills learnt in Bowl Patrol.
They can be found on Bowl Patrol's social media channels (@bowlpatrolaus):
Follow along, then maybe set some challenges or goals to achieve! Your Lane Ranger is sure to be impressed with your home practice.