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.
Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Bill Spigner express the benefits of using technology to help improve your bowling game. They also discuss how working with experienced bowling coaches can be beneficial even when you’re at the top of your bowling game. Find out what these bowling coaches have to say for improving your skills and knowledge of…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 >>
Coach Randy Stoughton and hall of famer Carolyn Dorin-Ballard compare coaching strategies when dealing with different skill levels. The skill level will determine a lot of what you say and how you say it. Watch Randy Stoughton in action as he demonstrates some strategies for coaching an intermediate bowler and an elite bowler.Watch Now >>
Richard Shockley and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard discuss stance and pushaway. Shockley demonstrates how to properly prepare your body for your swing and explains how this bowling position is similar to other athletic poses. Learn where to place your bowling ball and feel confident in your setup.Watch Now >>