• 2:15

    Breakpoint: How To Get Lined Up in Bowling

    Making the jump from intermediate to advanced in bowling requires understanding how to get lined up quickly during practice time and making good decisions when the lanes transition. You must be able to observe where and when the bowling ball is supposed to hook down the lane in order to be in the pocket consistently.…

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  • 1:52

    Fit, Weight, and Bowling Ball Choice for Seniors

    A bowling ball needs to match up with your style of play, and for seniors this is crucial for success in today’s game. The modern game may require some tweaking to your bowling ball choice, fit, and ball weight to help keep your game in peak performance. In this premium video Scott Pohl, owner of…

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  • 2:06

    Bowling Advice: Food for Thought

    From training to equipment choices, preparing for bowling competition is extensive. What fuels your body matters and it will affect your bowling performance negatively or positively. Adding nutrition preparation into your bowling routine will reward you in many ways. It will help keep your focus sharp, energy levels up, and in conjunction with exercise, your…

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  • 1:16

    Shoulder Stabilization: Side Lying External Rotation

    It’s likely no surprise that swinging a bowling ball repeatedly could lead to shoulder injuries. This makes shoulder problems one of the most common injuries amongst bowlers. The rotator cuff is made up of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint. A rotator cuff injury is identified as a dull ache in the shoulder…

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  • 1:41

    Practice Spares with “Low Ball”

    Let’s face it, in bowling we leave a lot of corner pins. Forget about the reason why for a second and concentrate solely on making corner pins at a higher percentage. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, walks through how to play “Low Ball,” a game designed to make…

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  • 0:57

    Figure 4 Glute Stretch

    If you feel tightness in your glutes or hips, knowing how to do the Figure 4 Glute Stretch is a must. Bowling is a predominantly lower body dominant. This glute stretch should be done before and after competition. In this premium video lesson, Leah Zahner, Certified Personal Trainer (NASM), demonstrates how to perform the Figure…

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  • 2:13

    Bowling Ball Selection for League and Tournament Play

    Having the right bowling ball in your hand for the lane condition that you are bowling on, combined with your style of play is the recipe for success in bowling today. Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains which bowling balls you need for league and tournament play to help you bowl your…

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  • 2:48

    Bowling Rules: Common Situations Part 2

    If you are bowling in a league or tournament, situations arise during competition that can only be described sometimes as a “difference of opinion.” Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, reviews and clears up four different situations that bowlers may have differing opinions on how to handle. Here is the USBC Rule Book…

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  • 1:18

    Bent Over Barbell Rows

    Rows are an important exercise for bowlers. They help strengthen back muscles and the stabilizers in the shoulders. Tightness and overdevelopment of the chest and bicep muscles are common injuries that bowlers experience, and bent over barbell rows help improve imbalance. Step 1 With the barbell on the floor, utilize your knees to bend down…

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