Bowling is both physically and mentally exhausting, so Chris Barnes and Kim Terrell-Kearney discuss some bowling warm-up exercises for properly preparing your body before bowling and cool down exercises for recovering after bowling. Warming up with dynamic exercises and static stretching will go a long way to help prevent injuries and guarantee you are ready for a successful day of bowling.
When it comes to coaching a bowler, there’s much more you can do as an instructor than simply observe and critique. Becoming a better coach is similar to becoming a better bowler in that the process requires certain bowling coaching tools. To truly be effective as a coach, i.e. to make the appropriate adjustments andWatch Now >>
Whether you are a beginner, or a seasoned vet at inserting bowling thumb tape, this quick tip can refresh your memory or teach you how it is done. It’s always good to have a piece of bowling thumb tape in your thumbhole. You can always add one more if need be to tighten your grip,Watch Now >>
World Champion Chris Barnes and Sports Performance Specialist Nick Bohanan talk about some simple measures you can take to maintain proper nutrition and prepare your body for a great bowling performance. They stress the importance of eating non-fatty, high-protein food as well as drinking plenty of fluids to guarantee proper hydration.Watch Now >>