If you've ever been bowling you know that it utilizes most of the major muscle groups. When you throw the ball down the lane, you are stretching and flexing several muscles all at once. You might have felt it the day after ---> sore glutes or even a sore arm?
Bowling is anaerobic and it's not meant for building muscle mass, but it is perfect for active recovery day.
Today I met up with some American Women's Association friends for a couple of hours of bowling. The temperature has been really heating up here in Hong Kong and bowling is an excellent way to escape the heat.
We had two lanes for two hours at Thunder Bowl, located in the basement of Whampoa Plaza (just opposite the big ship) in Whampoa. We bowled three maybe four games and had an absolute blast. We also burned about 300 calories.
Low Calorie Day - the meals
After bowling I skipped the group lunch at California Pizza and headed back to DB. Although I love pizza, it's not a great choice on low calorie day (we all know pizza is anything but low calorie) and it was not gluten free.
Broke fast about 1:00 - I grabbed a few items from the grocery near the ferry pier including: yogurt bars - they are so yummy!
Lunch - 3 turkey roll ups with swiss cheese, pb&j rice cakes and red grapes.
Dinner - leftover salmon patty, green beans and salad
Snack - two PB&J rice cakes
Overall: I'm having trouble getting in the carbs. I can consume insatiable amounts of bad carbs (chips anyone??), but trying to eat my macros fills me up. Is this really a bad thing though?
What atypical activity have you used to stay active on rest days?