Bowling coach Rod Ross and professional bowler Chris Barnes give a brief breakdown of the three phases of ball motion that you’ll encounter when throwing a ball down the lane – skid, hook and roll. Skid occurs in the first 15-20 feet of the lane when your ball is at it’s fastest speed. Next, the ball goes into hook phase somewhere past the arrows. In the last phase, the ball will roll in a linear line and drive straight through the pins.
Bowling hall of famer Carolyn Dorin-Ballard discusses using the 3-6-9 spare system with a plastic ball, and why professionals tend to recommend using a plastic ball for picking up spares. A plastic ball doesn’t hook, so you can take the conditions out of the picture by using the 3-6-9 rule to simply adjust your line to…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 of…Watch Now >>
Bowling pros Rod Ross and Chris Barnes demonstrate why it is important to focus on keeping your non-ball side shoulder forward during your approach. You can accomplish this by turning your palm down when you follow through to counter balance the motion of your swing arm. Accurate, consistent bowling begins with keeping your shoulders aligned…Watch Now >>