Bowling coaches Karen Pullman and Kim Terrell-Kearney discuss how where you track on the bowling ball affects ball drilling. Your track tells the ball driller how the ball is being thrown and gives them a better idea on how it should be drilled to react in a proper way.
Changes in a ball’s surface can make for drastic changes on the lanes. Using E.A.R.L., or Enhanced Automated Robotic Launcher, Rod Ross and Bryan O’Keefe demonstrate just how surface texture affects the performance of a bowling ball. Watch how fine tuning the surface of a ball can give you the motion that you are looking for through the pins.Watch Now >>
Bowling coach Rod Ross, professional bowler Chris Barnes and E.A.R.L. teach you about the different surface types you can create on your bowling equipment by using the proper tools, and the severity of the skid and hook that you will experience when you throw the ball down the lane with a rougher or smoother surface.Watch Now >>
Bowling coaches Mike Nyitray and Rod Ross discuss how the way we use bowling tape has evolved over the past decade. While bowlers in the past have taped inside the bowling ball, it is more common now for bowlers to tape their hands. Watch how a bowler uses tape on his fingers and thumb toWatch Now >>
Kim Terrell-Kearney and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard talk to Stefanie Johnson about wearing a wrist device for improvements in her arm swing and release and explain why you might consider using one for your game. They discuss some of the advantages of using a wrist device, such as increased RPM and wrist stability, and a few ofWatch Now >>