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.
Certain spares can be attacked multiple ways, and finding the way that is most comfortable for you to consistently repeat is a key to bigger scores. Bowling hall of famer Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and coach Rod Ross demonstrate options for converting the 2-8 spare combination.Watch 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 at…Watch Now >>
Del Warren and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard discuss the importance of the pre-shot process. The key is understanding that what you do behind the approach is a completely different function than when you actually get up and throw a shot. They are two separate processes: thinking box and playing box. The mistake many players make is not thinking through their…Watch Now >>
The most successful bowlers know when to make positive bowling adjustments on the lane, whether in regards to their foot placement, wrist position or the spot they choose to target. As a lane starts to dry up after repeated use and the motion of your bowling ball is affected, it becomes highly important to stay…Watch Now >>