Bowling coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney discuss a house shot and how the condition of the bowling lane changes over the course of several games. They also assess the styles of three different bowlers and teach you how each player should approach the condition as it changes. By taking into account the amount of oil that builds up in certain parts of the lane over time, you can better adjust for a more consistent ball reaction.
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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 alignedWatch Now >>
Do you want to execute a proper bowling release? Well, bowling coaches Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Bill Spigner present a few bowling drills to help you improve your balance in your release position. Go through of the bowling drills provided and learn how to practice these drills with consistency. Practice these drills in front of aWatch Now >>
Bowling coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney discuss the Rule of 31, which is used for finding the bowling breakpoint on a lane at any moment during a game. Finding the breakpoint also requires an understanding of the oil pattern and a close inspection of the changing conditions as time goes on throughout a game.Watch Now >>