Bowling coach Bill Monce and hall of famer Carolyn Dorin-Ballard talk about upper and lower body dominance in bowling. Using the lower body and larger muscles can generate the ball speed more effectively than the upper body for almost all players. Watch and learn the reasons why the lower body is so important to your game with these bowler demonstrations.
As Michelle Mullen says, “swing is king” in the bowling game. The stance and starting position is key for a relaxed swing and a great finish position. Watch as Michelle shows us a few drills that will help keep the upper body loose and relaxed, while the lower body remains strong. Start practicing these drills…Watch Now >>
Use the bowling the drills shown in this bowling video and receive bowling tips that will help achieve a solid finish position. Watch these demonstrations of bowling drills geared toward helping with balance, leverage and accuracy and improve your footwork and finish position.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 >>
The grip is an important component of your swing. Bowling coaches Hank Boomershine and Kim Terrell-Kearney demonstrate a pressure-point drill to improve consistency and repeatability in throwing shots. It is important that you keep the bowling ball in a place on your hand where you know you can make a good shot. This drill has the player…Watch Now >>