The highest form of bowling intelligence is to be able to perform observation without judgement. The goal is to notice first and react at least 5 seconds later. Watch as bowling coach Kim Terrell-Kearney attempts this practice during and after her shots.
Del Warren and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard discuss the importance of the pre-shot process. The key is understanding that what you do behind the approach is a completely different function than when you actually get up and throw a shot. They are two separate processes: thinking box and playing box. The mistake many players make is not thinking through their…Watch Now >>
Falling just short of a huge moment because your mind was elsewhere. We’ve all done it. Whether it’s a national tournament or your local league championship, there’s always a chance that you can be distracted at a critical time. But it’s what you do you with your bowling mental game in that situation that determines…Watch Now >>
Many bowlers are looking to achieve a higher rev rate, or more RPMs. RPMs, or Revolutions per Minute, tell us how quickly the ball is rotating when going down the lane. Rod Ross and Bryan O’Keefe teach you more about RPMs and how they are measured. Watch as different shots with varying RPMs are demonstrated…Watch Now >>
Every bowler would like to become the perfect bowler. We bet if you had the option, every shot you took would be a strike. You could block everything from your mind, execute perfect technique and have the pins all fall your way. That’d be ideal, right? Sure it would, but perfection in bowling isn’t realistic.…Watch Now >>