In bowling, timing is the synchronization of your swing and footwork. Timing is different for every player. Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney discuss a new way to accurately measure timing, known as LNR.
When it comes to the shape of the pushaway, a lot has changed over time. According to Karen Pullman and Kim Terrell-Kearney, today’s modern pushaway shape is much smoother and more rounded than it used to be. This shape creates less grip pressure and greater accuracy and consistency.Watch Now >>
Perhaps the greatest thing about bowling is that it’s one of the few sports that can be played by people of all ages, from toddlers to seniors and everywhere in between. And thanks to a number of big changes to the sport in the last few decades, it has become easier for senior bowlers toWatch 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 determinesWatch Now >>
Every bowler throws the ball slightly different, generating a rev rate, tilt and ball speed that is distinctly their own. Because of this, each individual bowler has to figure out how to create the proper ball motion for their unique stroke in order to be successful on any lane. Today, we take a look atWatch Now >>