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 player focusing on the feel of their shot by figuring out where certain pressure points are during their swing.
Sports performance specialist Nick Bohanan and bowling coach Rod Ross provide some helpful tips and present the biomechanics of creating ball speed through the approach. A demonstration with E.A.R.L. will show how creating ball speed and learning about the physics and biometrics in bowling will enhance your game.Watch Now >>
Your arm swing is crucial for consistency in today’s game. Bowling coaches Rod Ross and Fred Borden teach you the four keys to a consistent arm swing. Learn how the direction of the swing greatly impacts your release and initial ball direction. Mastering these four keys will keep your game on the right track.Watch Now >>
In sports such as bowling, the key to continuing to improve your game and reach higher levels of competition is versatility. If you can make the necessary adjustments to your stroke to accommodate changing lane conditions and find your target, you give yourself a better shot at reaching your goals. That’s why bowling coaches stress…Watch Now >>
The “one-step and slide” drill is a way to demonstrate what a proper finish position should look and feel like. Bowling coach Mike Dias explains the importance of using your lower body throughout the finish position while your upper body comes along for the ride. Dias explains the drill with a bowler who is upper…Watch Now >>