With the unpredictable weather these days, curling up in bed is the easiest thing to do but then have this itch to go out and spend a productive day outside. Who says you need to go outdoors to get fit and have a good time?
We’ve listed a few indoor sports that you can try in the metro even during rainy days. Check out these five indoor sports:
Unleash your inner Katniss Everdeen and try your hand at archery. It may not be as challenging as running, but it strengthens your upper body and develops focus and patience same thing as yoga. Try your luck at shooting arrows and visit The Archery Academy in Greenhills.
2. Target Shooting
Ever tried target shooting?It requires patience and concentration, which can help you focus more at work. Give it a spin at Commander Shooting Range, a PNP accredited establishment with all the required amenities and safety requirements. You can call them at 709-4076, 709-4294, 709-4309 for more information.
Dreaming of being a superhero or a ninja? Parkour could be the closest thing to grant those daydreams of yours. Parkour involves running, climbing, rolling, swinging, and other types of movements. You could try joining Parkour Philippines, a passionate community that offers training sessions for eager newbies and skilled enthusiasts. You may check their website www.parkourphilippines.org or their Facebook page www.facebook.com/parkourphilippines for more details.
4. Ice Skating
Channel your inner Queen Elsa and let go of your fear of falling! Head over to SM Skating Rinks (SM Mall of Asia, SM Megamall, and SM Southmall) and shell out P150 for a quick 30-minute assist program. But if you’re feeling like a pro, enjoy the unlimited skating for P300 on weekdays and P390 on weekends.
5. Wall Climbing
Ain’t no wall high enough to keep you from conquering your fear of heights. Challenge yourself and head over to Power Up Climbing, where you can give wall climbing a try. Passionate instructors are there to guide you and give you tips on wall climbing. Climbing rates range from P200 to P250.
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