• Mini Golf: Miniature golf encourages using math skills. At each hole, you have to calculate your score. Even though it’s simple math, it is still beneficial for your brain to use math skills. Mini golf improves memory. At every green you have to remember how many strokes you took to reach the hole. Hand-eye coordination is a skill that is improved when playing miniature golf. You have many opportunities to work on hand-eye coordination, which is a fine motor skill and works the central nervous system
• Horse Riding: Horse riding develops balance and improve coordination and motor function. Other advantages include strengthening of muscles, reflex acceleration, prevention of muscle cramps, increased joint mobility, boosting the cardiovascular system , improving blood circulation, stimulation of sensory integration, improved visual perception of space, the development of responsibility, patience and self-discipline, increasing self-confidence.
• Skating: It increases your heart rate and gets your lungs working, both components in aerobic exercise. You can increase these aerobic benefits by skating on an incline, skating more vigorously, or practicing interval skating. Aerobic exercise improves the cardiovascular system, reducing the risk of heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure.
• Swimming: In fact, swimming offers something no other aerobic exercise does: the ability to work the body without harsh effect to the skeletal system. When your body is submerged in water, it automatically turns to be lighter. Swimming is a great workout because you need to move your whole body against the resistance of the water.