Richard Shockley speaks with Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and presents a good warm-up drill for all bowlers. You will be able to feel the correct motion for your release and learn to keep your elbow close to your body.
One of the number one things that coach Ken Yokobosky hears from his students is that they are struggling to keep their hand behind the ball at the bowling release point. Ken and Kim Terrell-Kearney share some tips and techniques for keeping your hand under the ball at the release point. Learn how to have a quiet swing…Watch Now >>
Coaches Rod Ross and Mike Nyitray explain the differences between throwing a bowling ball with a straight arm versus a bent elbow. Every bowler is different and can throw the ball in a way that best fits their style. As the game of bowling has evolved, more and more bowlers are adapting to a style…Watch Now >>
Hank Boomershine and Kim Terrell-Kearney demonstrate how to release the ball using the one-step football drill. This drill is used to teach the bowler how to get into a good finishing position. By slowing the motion down, the drill allows the player to really feel what their hand and arm are doing at the release.Watch Now >>
The thumb is the first finger that exits the bowling ball during the release. This is often referred to as thumb or release timing. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, displays the difference between good and bad thumb timing and provides training drills. Good and Bad Thumb Timing Good…Watch Now >>