Bowling coach Stephen Padilla explains how to get the most out of your bowling coach. If there are areas in your game that you need to improve upon, there are five steps to making a change in your relationship that you and your coach should be aware of. By focusing on these areas of your working relationship, you and your coach will be able to work together in improving your game.
In this video, learn a few helpful bowling release drills that you can do at your very own home! Rod Ross demonstrates a drill that you can do at home with a softball and pitchers net to practice your release and finish position. Learn how to increase your lower body strength, get a better finish…Watch Now >>
Have you ever known you’re going to strike, just by the way the bowling ball felt coming off your hand? If you haven’t felt this lately, it’s time to get your fit looked at by a pro shop operator. Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop gives out some helpful tips to get the…Watch Now >>
The fit of a bowling ball is crucial to a player’s game. Karen Pullman and Kim Terrell-Kearney take us through the process of correctly fitting a ball. It is also important to remember that your hands change over time and your fit should be addressed about once a year.Watch Now >>
Bowling balls are made with different coverstocks and cores. Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, breaks down differential, RG, cores and what it all means to you and your game. Low RG vs. High RG The USBC defines RG (radius of gyration) as: Measured in inches, radius of gyration is the distance from…Watch Now >>