Bowling

Bowling is a sport in which players effort to score points by rolling a bowling ball along a flat surface, usually a wooden or synthetic exterior, either into pins or to get close to a target ball.

There are many forms of bowling, with one of the most recent being ten-pin bowling. Primitive forms of bowling may have existed in ancient times as early as A.D. 300 in Germany, and also in ancient Finland and Yemen. The first homogeneous rules were established in New York City, on September 9, 1895. Today, bowling is enjoyed by 95 million community in more than ninety countries worldwide and continues to grow through entertainment media such as video games for home consoles and hand in custody devices.

Bowling is an anaerobic kind of physical exercise, similar to walking with free weights.

Bowling helps in burning calories and mechanism muscle groups not typically exercised. The flexing and stretching in bowling mechanism tendons, joints, ligaments, and muscles in the arms and promotes weight loss. Apart from the corporeal benefits it also has psychosocial reimbursement, strengthening friendships or creating new ones in groups.