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.
In league and tournament bowling, you don’t often have the luxury of taking multiple frames to find your optimal angle to the pocket. The most successful bowlers are those who can determine how the oil pattern on a lane is affecting their alignment and make a confident adjustment to hit their target in the spanWatch Now >>
Kim Terrell-Kearney and sports psychologist Dr. Dean Hinitz discuss the autographed bowling shot. An autographed shot is something unique to each bowler. The autographed shot may not be the perfect shot, but it is the one done to the best of your ability without overthinking.Watch Now >>
One of the number one things that coach Ken Yokobosky hears from his students is that they are struggling to keep their hand behind the ball at the bowling release point. Ken and Kim Terrell-Kearney share some tips and techniques for keeping your hand under the ball at the release point. Learn how to have a quiet swingWatch Now >>
In bowling, there is a great amount of focus on lines and a straight arm swing. Bowling coach Randy Stoughton along with hall of famer Carolyn Dorin-Ballard discuss the key components to work on to keep your swing next to your body and in line with the target you’re looking at. In this video, learn what toWatch Now >>