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.
The grip is an important component of your swing. Bowling coaches Hank Boomershine and Kim Terrell-Kearney demonstrate a pressure-point drill to improve consistency and repeatability in throwing shots. It is important that you keep the bowling ball in a place on your hand where you know you can make a good shot. This drill has the playerWatch Now >>
The fit of a bowling ball is crucial to a player’s game. Karen Pullman and Kim Terrell-Kearney take us through the process of correctly fitting a ball. It is also important to remember that your hands change over time and your fit should be addressed about once a year.Watch Now >>
The bowling environment always is changing. A bowler must learn to become versatile and be able to adapt to various lane patterns, bowling balls and anything else they may face. Kim Terrell-Kearney discusses a few drills that can be used to help players prepare and adapt to these types of changes.Watch Now >>
Bowling coach Stephen Padilla explains how to get the most out of your bowling coach. If there are areas in your game that you need to improve upon, there are five steps to making a change in your relationship that you and your coach should be aware of. By focusing on these areas of yourWatch Now >>