Gearing Up for Season Changes – BowlFit Fitness For Bowling

Changing Seasons Can Wreak Havoc On Your Bowling Workout Routine

By Heather D’Errico

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With autumn approaching, there tends to be an influx of people who want to begin a regimen that builds their bodies gradually over the winter season. With colder temperatures also comes less activities outside, which may make it more difficult to maintain a certain state or continue working on goals that were previously made. The focus of this article is how you can make the most of your indoor facilities when the gym may be out of question.

First things first: start out your day with a mini-workout. Waking up the extra 15-30 minutes ahead of your shower time will drastically improve not only your physical training, but also mentally wakes you up and prepares you for the day. My favorite is a combination of high-knees and/or running in place, combined with push-ups, sit-ups, and squats. If you feel up for it, grab a bowling ball and do some Russian twists! You can incorporate resistances with your equipment in some cases. Bottom line: you can create a metabolism kick-start program that fits your needs.

Alternatively, finish the day with a challenge that can prepare you for bed. Whether that be an in-home HIIT workout, or just a repetition of your morning routine, ending the day with some exercise can use up a little energy that prepares you for good night’s rest.

Lastly, get some sleep! With daylight weeing, exhaustion can feel more intense and lagging than ever. Keeping to a tight schedule with sleep can help you maintain a regular and healthy lifestyle as well as give you the energy you need to expend at the gym or at home to your convenience!

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