Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Bill Spigner provide bowling instructions for a bowlers starting position. See where you should angle your shoulders and where to angle your hips. Find out how a good start leads to a good finish! Learn a few different variations of upper body angles that you can do to change your swing path slightly. Use these helpful bowling instructions today and feel more confident with where your body should be in your bowling starting position.
Bowling coaches Stephen Padilla and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard discuss the importance of having a good relationship with your coach and how it is never too early to develop that chemistry. Working with a certified bowling coach ensures bowlers of any skill level and age an opportunity to improve and reach their goals. Even professionals continually workWatch Now >>
In league and tournament bowling, you don’t often have the luxury of taking multiple frames to find your optimal angle to the pocket. The most successful bowlers are those who can determine how the oil pattern on a lane is affecting their alignment and make a confident adjustment to hit their target in the spanWatch Now >>
Bowling is a sport of cause and effect. To nail the finish, you have to have nailed the pushaway. Likewise, if you mistime your swing or take a wrong step in the approach, you’ll also misfire at the point of release. That’s why it’s important to trace your stroke back from the second you letWatch Now >>
In this video, Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Kim Terrell-Kearney discuss the significance of posting shots. Learn how to post your shot and add your signature in the finish position. Finishing your approach on balance and on time will give you the best chance to make a quality shot.Watch Now >>