• 2:04

    Straightening your bowling footwork takes variables out of the equation of “things that can go wrong” while on the bowling approach and down lane. Keeping your starting board on the bowling approach and your sliding board at the foul line as close to the same board is ideal, but not required. Check out our article

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  • 3:54

    This beginner instructional video is perfect for the fun night bowler thinking about moving his or her game towards a league mentality. Coach Erik Vermilyea with Track walks beginners through everything you need to know to get started on the lanes and how to bowl. Foul Line The foul line is the line at the

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  • 0:00

    Join us for this live course exclusively for GOLD members hosted by National Bowling Academy on Monday, October 21st at 1:00 PM ET/12:00 PM CT. Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, will give your overall game a “tune up” specifically to this early in the season.

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  • 2:39

    The Kegel Torch is a great product that helps identify bowling launch angles. Bowling Launch angles are what ultimately determines where the bowling ball is going to go. The Torch acts as a visual aid that allows you to see where the ball should go on the lane, from where you’re standing on the approach.

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  • 7:49

    The combination of the Swing and Alignment trainers from Eileen’s Bowling Buddy offers tremendous benefits to your game. These products allow you to practice your game on and off the lanes. They help break down specific areas in a bowler’s arm swing and release without the added weight of a bowling ball. Silver level coaches

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  • two types of bowling ball finger inserts
    3:34

    A common question amongst bowlers is why do I want bowling ball grips and inserts? In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop explains the importance of having them in today’s game. Thumb inserts Having your pro shop operator add a bowling ball thumb insert into your bowling ball will improve

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  • Using a Wrist Device as a Training Tool
    2:48

    There are many bowling wrist devices on the market to choose from. In general, they are designed to limit movement at the point of the release. A bowling wrist device supports your wrist on the back of the hand, limiting collapse at the moment of release. In this free video, Gold Coach and Bowler Development

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  • 3:34

    In bowling the stance happens on the approach before you take any steps. How you set up in your stance, directly impacts what your ball is going to do on the lanes and at the pins. Gold Coach and Bowler Development Lead at Bowlersmart Richard Shockley and Silver Level Coach Dan Triske isolate how to

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  • 6:28

    Do you want the ability to better your game off the lanes? Eileen’s Bowling Buddy has developed a way to practice the bowling release without the weight of a bowling ball – and you can do it in your own home. With the Feel Trainer, you can: – Train the skills of touch – Learn

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