One of the unique bowling drills used in some places involves turning the lights off. It helps to eliminate distractions. That way players can focus on execution and getting the feel of the shot. Coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney discuss the benefits of practicing with the lights off.
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Pat Costello and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard present a team drill known as walk the line. This drill focuses on players watching each other and helping improve your team’s accuracy. It is important for the bowler following you to know where you finished the previous shot. This will help you and your teammates improve.Watch Now >>
Do you want to execute a proper bowling release? Well, bowling coaches Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Bill Spigner present a few bowling drills to help you improve your balance in your release position. Go through of the bowling drills provided and learn how to practice these drills with consistency. Practice these drills in front of aWatch Now >>
When it comes to preparing for bowling tournaments or competitions, there is so much more to do than just practicing throwing strikes and knocking down pins. In talking with bowling coach Del Warren, the key is to make time for purposeful practice where you’re working on your physical game. At Del’s center, they use aWatch Now >>
In this video, Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Kim Terrell-Kearney discuss the significance of posting shots. Learn how to post your shot and add your signature in the finish position. Finishing your approach on balance and on time will give you the best chance to make a quality shot.Watch Now >>