Bowling coaches Richard Shockley and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard provide helpful tips and techniques for efficiently distributing your bowling ball’s weight in your setup. Learn how to relieve some of the tension in your arm by using your non-ball side arm to balance the ball and properly distribute the weight.
One of the key components of understanding ball motion for a bowler is what Rod Ross calls a bowling ball release ratio. This is a ratio of how fast the ball is traveling down a lane in relation to how fast the ball is spinning. See an example of how a release ratio works andWatch Now >>
In bowling the stance happens on the approach before you take any steps. How you set up in your stance, directly impacts what your ball is going to do on the lanes and at the pins. Gold Coach and Bowler Development Lead at Bowlersmart Richard Shockley and Silver Level Coach Dan Triske isolate how toWatch Now >>
The ability to stand on one leg is important in general, but it has never been more true in bowling. Regardless of the number of steps you take on the approach, the repeated wear and tear bowling has to offer on our bodies, needs a little correcting from time to time. The single balance touchWatch Now >>
Many bowlers are looking to achieve a higher rev rate, or more RPMs. RPMs, or Revolutions per Minute, tell us how quickly the ball is rotating when going down the lane. Rod Ross and Bryan O’Keefe teach you more about RPMs and how they are measured. Watch as different shots with varying RPMs are demonstratedWatch Now >>