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.
No matter your skill level, you can always improve your bowling stroke. Whether it’s your pushaway, your posture or your release, you should never stop working on some aspect of your technique and striving to become more consistent and more confident with a ball in your hands. One component of the game all bowlers canWatch 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 >>
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 theirWatch Now >>