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.
Bowling’s hook release consists of the thumb exiting the ball first with wrist rotation and the fingers releasing from their holes next. Bowlers hook the ball to get the most entry angle into the pocket, limiting pin deflection, and ultimately, giving them the best opportunity to strike. The bowling ball is a heavy object and…Watch Now >>
This exercise may look and feel silly. Hence the name. But as far as core exercises go, the Dead Bug Exercise may be the most influential. This ab exercise is a great place to start core training for beginners and experts alike. Bowling is a dynamic motion and this exercise trains trunk stability and is…Watch Now >>
Do you have problems with your knees? If you experience knee pain while bowling, strengthening your hips and legs is a good place to start to alleviate knee pain. Lying leg raises will accomplish this. This video details how to do lying leg raises in four directions geared to help ease knee pain. Lying Leg…Watch Now >>