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.
Sports performance specialist Nick Bohanan and bowling coach Rod Ross provide some helpful tips and present the biomechanics of creating ball speed through the approach. A demonstration with E.A.R.L. will show how creating ball speed and learning about the physics and biometrics in bowling will enhance your game.Watch Now >>
One of the most important aspects of a bowler’s game is the release. There are many different releases that can be used depending on the situation you may be in. Bowling coach Lou Marquez discusses the importance of variation in a bowler’s release with Rod Ross. Watch as Marquez demonstrates wrist positioning and how it…Watch 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 to…Watch Now >>