If you are trying to advance and improve your game, it is crucial to break apart each aspect. This idea came from the book The Talent Code by Daniel Coyle. The more you practice one particular thing, the better you will be at it. It is important to practice both on and off the lanes in order to train your muscles, and advance in any area of your game.
Bowling coaches Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Bill Monce explain how there is always a ‘Cause and Effect’ in bowling. Take a look at a few bowlers that are having a few problems and dissect their bowling approach to find out exactly where the problems started. Identify the cause of any problems you may be experiencing and…Watch Now >>
Bowling coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney look at some of the differences between drifting and lateral movement. Watch this pro bowling video and find out when to begin your slide as well as some other pro bowling tips to increase consistency and leverage. These pro bowling video tips will help you feel more comfortable…Watch Now >>
Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Bill Spigner provide bowling instructions for a bowlers starting position. See where you should angle your shoulders and where to angle your hips. Find out how a good start leads to a good finish! Learn a few different variations of upper body angles that you can do to change your swing path…Watch Now >>
One of the key components of understanding ball motion for a bowler is what Rod Ross calls a bowling ball release ratio. This is a ratio of how fast the ball is traveling down a lane in relation to how fast the ball is spinning. See an example of how a release ratio works and…Watch Now >>