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.
The fit of a bowling ball is crucial to a player’s game. Karen Pullman and Kim Terrell-Kearney take us through the process of correctly fitting a ball. It is also important to remember that your hands change over time and your fit should be addressed about once a year.Watch Now >>
Planks are a great way to strengthen your core. Contrary to popular belief, your core is made up of more than just your abs. Your core encompasses your entire torso, everything but your arms and legs. Step 1 Come down to your forearms on a mat or the floor. Set yourself up with your elbows…Watch Now >>
Balance and posture are fundamentals every bowler needs in their game to be successful. Having better balance increases shot repeatability. This gives you the best chance at hitting your target more often, ultimately increasing your scores. A balanced approach starts in the setup and stance and ends at the foul line, posting your shot or…Watch Now >>
In this video, learn a few helpful bowling release drills that you can do at your very own home! Rod Ross demonstrates a drill that you can do at home with a softball and pitchers net to practice your release and finish position. Learn how to increase your lower body strength, get a better finish…Watch Now >>