• 2:13

    Keep Track Of Your Slide Foot Board

    Lane conditions are always changing. Staying ahead of those changes is what separates good bowlers from great bowlers. Understanding body positions, launch angles, targeting, axis rotation, ball speed, and ball selection are always top of mind when you’re stringing strikes together or struggling to find the pocket. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of…

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  • 2:24

    Visualizing Success

    What is the recipe for bowling success? Dedication, sacrifice, and training are key components. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains how visualization both on and off the lanes will prepare you to manage emotions and expectations while working towards achieving your goals. Train your mind Training your mind…

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  • 1:59

    Bodyweight Exercises

    Bowling is a physically demanding sport. Lower body strength creates ball speed, balance, and stability. If any of these three items are missing it will be difficult to repeat good shots. In this premium video, Leah Zahner, Certified Personal Trainer (NASM), demonstrates body weight exercises that focus on the lower body. Squat Start with your…

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  • 1:31

    Two-Handed Bowling: Three-Step Drill

    What is timing in the sport of bowling? Having your ball start occur in time with your footwork is one point of reference where timing is identified and another point of reference is when your footwork is in time with the peak of your backswing In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track…

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  • 3:59

    Two-Handed Bowling: Advantages and Disadvantages

    Are you thinking about trying the two-handed bowling style? There has been an impressive body of work by two-handed bowlers over the last decade that supports your curiosity. In this free video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, catches up with Jeff Myers, a convert from the traditional style of bowling to the…

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  • 1:59

    Two-Handed Bowling: One-Step Drill

    A bowling shot happens quickly. With this drill, two-handed bowlers get a better sense of what it should feel like at the foul line by eliminating earlier steps in the approach, focusing on the slide and release. In this Premium Video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains how to do the one-step…

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  • 2:19

    Two-Handed Bowling: Stationary Drill

    Have you ever heard of the sweet spot in golf or baseball? When the ball makes contact with the intended area of the club or bat at the same time the body is in a solid fundamental position, the ball goes as far as it can and where you want it to go. Instantly, the…

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  • 0:44

    Modified Squat

    Modified Squat Squats are a bowler’s best friend. On the way down your knees and hips flex and on the way up your knees and hips extend. Squats strengthen your lower body, focusing on your glutes and quads. The rewards from this exercise will make your footwork and finish position better by increasing balance and…

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  • 2:44

    Bowling’s House Shot

    When you bowl league or recreation, likely the oil pattern that is applied to the lane surface is a house shot. A house shot has a 10:1 oil volume ratio that includes a high volume of oil in the middle part of the lane (2nd arrow to 2nd arrow), and a very low volume of…

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