Coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney talk about managing your bowling ball arsenal and teach you why it is more important to pay attention to the surface of the ball and the lane compared to the core of the ball. Examples include showing the minimal difference between a pin-up and pin-down ball and how altering the surface of the same balls shows a drastic change in reaction.
Next in our series on creating the proper ball motion on various patterns is the medium-length lane oil pattern. Today we take a look at the best ways to adjust your game to accommodate a medium pattern, whether freshly laid out or in transition. Creating ball motion on a medium pattern To help you figure…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 >>
Every bowler’s game is different, so it is important to understand how body angles affect a proper bowling release and, ultimately, how many pins you knock down. Bowling coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney diagnose the swing styles and rev rates of three bowlers to teach you how to further adjust your body angles during your…Watch Now >>
Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney analyze three shots from four separate bowlers, and then provide tips for bowling that will assist you in determining where you should start with your feet and eyes on the lane. They look at players with higher, medium and slower speeds and discuss how they each might vary their approaches,…Watch Now >>