Bowling coach Bryan O’Keefe discusses bowling ball fit with professional bowler Mike Fagan. Mike talks about his game and the reason behind his ball fit. With ball fit, if there is too much pressure on the fingers or joints, it is a sign that an adjustment needs to be made.
Probably the easiest adjustment that a bowler can make to their ball is changing the bowling ball surface. Coaches Kim Terrell-Kearney and Ken Yokobosky discuss how the surface of a bowling ball accounts for the majority of that ball’s reaction. Don’t waste time and money plugging and re-drilling your bowling balls. Watch this video to learn how this quick andWatch Now >>
The release is one of the most essential components of a good bowling stroke, but for many bowlers it’s also the least trained component. With so much happening in a short period of time, it can be difficult to hone and improve your bowling finish position unless you slow it down and focus solely onWatch Now >>
Bryan O’Keefe and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard discuss building a bowling ball arsenal. Listen as they discuss the importance of finding the best layouts for your ball, ball surface and lane conditions. Each ball may have a different purpose, but each are equally important to your arsenal.Watch 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 >>