When the ball isn’t getting where it needs to go on the lanes, many bowlers will assume they need to buy a new ball before they even try to make bowling ball surface adjustments. Changing the surface ever so slightly of your bowling balls can give you such a different ball reaction and in turn improve your scoring abilities. Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Randy Stoughton demonstrate how to add some texture to your bowling ball to read the lanes sooner.
Bowling shoes play a vital role to help execute a shot and get into a stable position at the line. Rod Ross and Bryan O’Keefe demonstrate the benefits of having a good pair of shoes and how the right pair can lead to a good foundation. Today’s high-performance shoes have interchangeable features that are ableWatch 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 >>
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.Watch Now >>
If you can control your mind, you can control your game. It’s well known that the most dominant and consistent athletes are often the toughest mentally. Whether things are going perfectly to plan or the wheels are coming off, the strongest athlete remains calm and keeps their focus. This is especially true for bowling, aWatch Now >>