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.
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Bowling becomes an easy game when you develop the ability to repeat shots, but a key area often overlooked when attempting to achieve this is the pre-shot routine. A pre-shot routine is ritualistic in nature. It’s a set of actions you do before putting your shot in motion. In almost every sport, professional athletes haveWatch Now >>
One of the best ways to become a more well-rounded and confident bowler is to test yourself in a team environment. Whether you form a two-man partnership or join a five-player group, you might find that team bowling can often be more exciting and a greater test of a bowler’s willpower than the solo game.Watch Now >>
Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Bill Monce teach you the differences between bowling grips and slugs. Find out what they are used for and learn the benefits of using bowling grips and/or bowling slugs. Also, learn more about the thumb hole and see what options you have regarding thumb inserts. Use these helpful tips to feel moreWatch Now >>