Sports psychologist Dr. Dean Hinitz discusses the bowling shot cycle. Using a system of planning, action, observation and reaction will lead to a more consistent game. Watch as bowling hall of famer Carolyn Dorin-Ballard demonstrates the cycle.
Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Bill Spigner provide bowling instructions for a bowlers starting position. See where you should angle your shoulders and where to angle your hips. Find out how a good start leads to a good finish! Learn a few different variations of upper body angles that you can do to change your swing path…Watch Now >>
The mental side of sports is the hardest part to perfect, and it often separates the good athletes from the great ones. That fact is especially apparent in bowling, which requires the brain to be honed in at all times. The fact is, there will almost always be distractions on the lane to affect your…Watch Now >>
If we only had enough time with every bowler to work on one component of their game, we’d pick posture. A good posture is essential to developing a better bowling stroke; in fact, there are a number of reasons why posture is so influential in regards to a bowler’s score and their overall confidence. Most…Watch Now >>
Kim Terrell-Kearney describes bowling timing as the swing and footwork coming together. Any way you look at it, it is vital for a good bowling release. Watch as timing, body positioning, and the swing are demonstrated. Learn how to perfect your timing, which will help you achieve your best release possible.Watch Now >>