Hank Boomershine and Kim Terrell-Kearney demonstrate how to release the ball using the one-step football drill. This drill is used to teach the bowler how to get into a good finishing position. By slowing the motion down, the drill allows the player to really feel what their hand and arm are doing at the release.
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 a…Watch Now >>
Have you ever been on the lanes and looked around and said “Wow, how did they do that?” If so, you are likely talking about the curving of a bowling ball or bowling hook. Hook occurs when the ball changes direction, rather than the ball just going straight down the lanes towards the pins. Bowling…Watch Now >>
In today’s game, the grip is more important than ever before. Learn from bowling coach Del Warren about a base bowling ball fit and some items that may help you to diagnose your own grip and/or identify issues to take to your local pro shop. It is important to periodically check your grip while your…Watch Now >>
Rod Ross and Fred Borden discuss the differences between bowling training and practice. Learn about Myelin and how stores information as well as how training creates more myelin in your brain. Find out how important it is to train exactly the way you want to. It is time for you to start making more myelin…Watch Now >>