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.
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 >>
Understanding the different types of oil used on bowling lanes is key to being able to bowl successfully on them. Two of the newest types of lane oil at the Kegel Training Center are fire and ice. Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Randy Stoughton talk with Vice President of the Chemical Division at Kegel Training Center Dennis…Watch Now >>
When the ball isn’t getting where it needs to go on the lanes, many bowlers will assume they need to buy a new ball before they even try to make bowling ball surface adjustments. Changing the surface ever so slightly of your bowling balls can give you such a different ball reaction and in turn improve your scoring…Watch Now >>