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Indoor Sports You Can Never Go Wrong With

Looking to break a sweat, have fun, and get rid of stress? Then there are indoor sports you can play with your friends to lift your mood and bond with them. While some games require a lot of movement, some will require you to use your brain for strategies.

If you’re not one to engage in outdoor sports, then these indoor sports are just right for you. You can play them without a big space throughout the year. No worries about how the weather is, you can play these even if the outside is white with snow.

Take a look at this list of top indoor sports:

1. Billiards

We don’t think there’s a time perfect for playing billiards outdoors. This sport is wired and created to be played inside closed spaces. The material of the playing field isn’t just made for the varying weather conditions outside.

Billiard games vary depending on the type of game the players want to play. They can play pool, snooker, English billiards, and other types depending on location. Some countries have their own billiard games, and that’s one thing about this sport that makes it fun. The rules can be changed to adjust to the players’ preferences.

2. Squash

Looking to break some serious sweat without heading outside? Then a game of squash with some friends is just what you’re looking for. It’s a fun recreational game that lets players strike a ball with their rackets and let the ball hit playable surfaces of the court’s walls.

You can even play squash all by yourself. It’s fast and exciting and requires some serious physical work and focus. Playing squash will help your heart health, weight, coordination, and flexibility. Tons of place transitions and force exerted on hitting the ball is a lot of physical activity.

3. Bowling

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Bowling alleys are known for being popular hangout spots for people of all ages. Before most people got holed up in their rooms, spending hours in front of computers, they used to love spending time in bowling alleys.

Bowling alley designs provide a space for socializing and playing the game, hitting two birds with one stone. They can get both bowling players and non-players to pay fees to spend time in their alleys.

The game of bowling looks simple at first glance, but it’s actually a sport that requires you to understand the mechanics. There are different types of balls, lanes, and pins involved in different alleys.

But not all bowling games are serious; most bowling alleys are for recreation and fun, which means you don’t need to kick yourself for accidentally throwing a heavy ball outside of your supposed lane.

4. Table Tennis

Table tennis is a global sport enjoyed by athletes and amateurs from around the world. Aside from it having a highly competitive scene, it’s also a pretty relaxing game to play. It doesn’t need a lot of space, big and expensive equipment, and professional skills to be enjoyed.

It only needs these things—a table, a net, a ball, and a pair of rackets. The table isn’t difficult to make either. A pair of rackets and a ball can be found almost anywhere. Making table tennis a delightful and accessible sport for everyone.

5. Badminton

Badminton holds similarities with squash and table tennis, except the ball—or the shuttlecock—doesn’t roll. This may need a bigger space compared to squash and table tennis, but the mechanics are almost the same.

A lot of agility, coordination, and speed is required to play the game well. But if you’re playing for fun, there’s no need to push yourself. If you’re only there to break a sweat, then move to the best of your abilities.

6. Chess

A more relaxed sport compared to the ones before it on this list is chess. Chess also has a highly competitive global scene, with elites from all parts of the world competing for world titles.

It involves a lot of thinking, strategizing, reading body language, and visualization. Playing a lot of chess can help you improve your memory and creative skills, mainly because to win a game of chess, you need to be creative with your decision-making. Some say chess is more of an art than it is a game, but to recreational players, it’s fun and challenges the mind, giving it the exercise it needs.

There are hundreds of indoor sports out there that many people enjoy. Different places have different preferences, meaning there are games you probably don’t know about. But that’s a discussion for another day. For now, enjoy what you know.

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