Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney analyze three shots from four separate bowlers, and then provide tips for bowling that will assist you in determining where you should start with your feet and eyes on the lane. They look at players with higher, medium and slower speeds and discuss how they each might vary their approaches, angles and break points based on the speed of their ball.
Next in our series on creating the proper ball motion on various patterns is the medium-length lane oil pattern. Today we take a look at the best ways to adjust your game to accommodate a medium pattern, whether freshly laid out or in transition. Creating ball motion on a medium pattern To help you figure…Watch Now >>
Rod Ross and Fred Borden provide tips on bowling timing and express how important it is to practice timing. Learn how to describe your timing and how to determine exactly when your timing might be off. Find out how timings are different depending on the bowler. The different bowling styles each have their own timing…Watch Now >>
Bowling pros Rod Ross and Chris Barnes demonstrate why it is important to focus on keeping your non-ball side shoulder forward during your approach. You can accomplish this by turning your palm down when you follow through to counter balance the motion of your swing arm. Accurate, consistent bowling begins with keeping your shoulders aligned…Watch Now >>