Do you want to learn how to bowl better? You have come to the right place! Bowling coaches Hank Boomershine and Assistant Head Coach Kim Terrell-Kearney demonstrate a simple drill to help improve accuracy. Placing tape on the lane provides a target for the bowler to aim at and lets them focus on the process and not just the end result.
The most successful bowlers know when to make positive bowling adjustments on the lane, whether in regards to their foot placement, wrist position or the spot they choose to target. As a lane starts to dry up after repeated use and the motion of your bowling ball is affected, it becomes highly important to stayWatch Now >>
The “one-step and slide” drill is a way to demonstrate what a proper finish position should look and feel like. Bowling coach Mike Dias explains the importance of using your lower body throughout the finish position while your upper body comes along for the ride. Dias explains the drill with a bowler who is upperWatch Now >>
The bowling environment always is changing. A bowler must learn to become versatile and be able to adapt to various lane patterns, bowling balls and anything else they may face. Kim Terrell-Kearney discusses a few drills that can be used to help players prepare and adapt to these types of changes.Watch Now >>
The grip is an important component of your swing. Bowling coaches Hank Boomershine and Kim Terrell-Kearney demonstrate a pressure-point drill to improve consistency and repeatability in throwing shots. It is important that you keep the bowling ball in a place on your hand where you know you can make a good shot. This drill has the playerWatch Now >>