When it comes to the shape of the pushaway, a lot has changed over time. According to Karen Pullman and Kim Terrell-Kearney, today’s modern pushaway shape is much smoother and more rounded than it used to be. This shape creates less grip pressure and greater accuracy and consistency.
Sports performance specialist Nick Bohanan and bowling coach Rod Ross provide some helpful tips and present the biomechanics of creating ball speed through the approach. A demonstration with E.A.R.L. will show how creating ball speed and learning about the physics and biometrics in bowling will enhance your game.Watch Now >>
Falling just short of a huge moment because your mind was elsewhere. We’ve all done it. Whether it’s a national tournament or your local league championship, there’s always a chance that you can be distracted at a critical time. But it’s what you do you with your bowling mental game in that situation that determines…Watch Now >>
The long lane oil pattern is generally the most difficult lane condition to play, especially when the oil is in transition. For most bowlers, the trouble with a long lane oil pattern lies in navigating the roll and skid with proper ball motion. Shape your shot according to the conditions, and you give yourself a…Watch Now >>
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 and…Watch Now >>