Every bowler has a different body type and may need to use different timing in their approach. Bowling coach Lou Marquez explains the science behind the bowling power step, also known as the pivot step, and demonstrates how it works with several different styles. Watch as Marquez shows how to produce the maximum amount of power and speed while efficiently using the least amount of energy.
Bowling coach Rod Ross discusses the Seven-Shot System for bowling lane oil patterns with Coach Lou Marquez. They explain that the system can be used to determine the characteristics of an oil pattern, allowing bowlers to make adjustments based on the outcome of each shot.Watch Now >>
Bowling coach Rod Ross, professional bowler Chris Barnes and E.A.R.L. teach you about the different surface types you can create on your bowling equipment by using the proper tools, and the severity of the skid and hook that you will experience when you throw the ball down the lane with a rougher or smoother surface.Watch Now >>
Bowling coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney discuss the Rule of 31, which is used for finding the bowling breakpoint on a lane at any moment during a game. Finding the breakpoint also requires an understanding of the oil pattern and a close inspection of the changing conditions as time goes on throughout a game.Watch Now >>
Bowling is a sport of cause and effect. If your technique is correct and you hit your target, more often than not you’re going to get the result you’re after. On the other hand, if one component of your stroke is out of sync with the rest, chances are you’re going to miss your targetWatch Now >>