Many of the mistakes that players make occur during the first two steps of their approach. Bowling coaches Hank Boomershine and Kim Terrell-Kearney explain how to identify these errors and provide ways to correct them.
Bowling coaches Richard Shockley and and Coaching Carolyn Dorin-Ballard provide helpful tips on the finish position, focusing specifically on knee continuation. Richard demonstrates knee continuation and how it creates leverage and balance – something that is critical for shot repetition, and higher scores.Watch Now >>
Bowling coaches Richard Shockley and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard provide helpful tips and techniques for efficiently distributing your bowling ball’s weight in your setup. Learn how to relieve some of the tension in your arm by using your non-ball side arm to balance the ball and properly distribute the weight.Watch Now >>
Using bowlers tape contributes to a proper fit, which is crucial to executing and repeating shots. Coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney explain the importance of bowlers tape in today’s game. Bowlers tape will help to compensate for changes in your hand over the course of a day to provide you with a clean and consistent release.Watch Now >>
Many bowlers are looking to achieve a higher rev rate, or more RPMs. RPMs, or Revolutions per Minute, tell us how quickly the ball is rotating when going down the lane. Rod Ross and Bryan O’Keefe teach you more about RPMs and how they are measured. Watch as different shots with varying RPMs are demonstratedWatch Now >>