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Daily Top 10: Where To Strike-out at Long Island's Bowling Alleys

Written by Hannah M.  |  08. March 2012

Bowling: a sport in which players score points by rolling a bowling ball along a flat surface, usually a wooden or other synthetic surface, into pins. Common bowling games include ten pins at the end of the bowling lane. The sport can be dated back as far as Ancient Egypt and the Roman Empire though standardized rules were not established until 1985 in New York City. Bowling offers players many benefits. Besides being a social sport with leagues that help promote friendship, bonding and team-building skills, bowling also proves to be a decent source of exercise.  Bowling is an anaerobic exercise, meaning it is intense enough to trigger anaerobic metabolism and promotes strength, speed and power and the building of muscle mass, similarly to walking with free weights. In addition to burning calories, muscles that are not usually exercised such as tendons, joints and ligaments get a good working out. No matter the player’s age or skill level, bowling is a game that can be enjoyed by most everyone.

 
1. 300 Long Island
895 Walt Whitman Road, Melville
(631) 271-1180 / website
 
2. AMF Commack Vet Lanes
2183 Jericho Turnpike, Commack
(631) 499-7722 / website
 
3. Farmingdale Lanes
999 Conklin Street, Farmingdale
(631) 249-4300 / website
 
4. East Islip Lanes
117 West Main Street, East Islip
(631) 581-6200 / website
 
5. Deer Park Bowl
849 Long Island Avenue, Deer Park
(631) 667-7750 / website
 
6. Port Jeff Bowl
31 Cherub Drive, Port Jefferson Station
(631) 473-3300 / website
 
7. Coram County Lanes
615 Middle Country Road, Coram
(631) 732-2022 / website
 
8. AMF Syosset Lanes
111 Eileen Way, Syosset
(516) 921-7575 / website
 
9. San-Dee Lanes of Malverne
342 Hempstead Avenue
(516) 599-1134 / website
 
10. Herrill Lanes
465 Herricks Road, New Hyde Park
(516) 741-8022 / website

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