• 2:19

    CLT FIT: Center Line Transposition

    How the bowling ball feels off your hand is one of the most crucial components for a consistent game. When your bowling ball’s grip doesn’t feel right, fundamentals break down, which leads to errant shots and lower confidence in shot repeatability. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains how…

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  • 1:38

    Spare Practice with a Full Rack

    More often than not, your local bowling center does not have the technology to set up spares for you to shoot at during your training sessions. In this free video lesson, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains how to play “The Spare Game” with a full rack of pins. How it Works…

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  • 1:34

    Two-Handed Bowling: Spare Shooting Basics

    If you are lined up and hitting the pocket consistently, you are likely striking or leaving a manageable spare. Manageable includes single pin spares and anything that is not a split. All multi pin spare conversions are not created equal, so check out our spare shooting library to learn more. Two-handed bowlers have a higher…

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  • 1:05

    Core Plank with a Physioball

    Maintaining ideal posture requires core strength. Core strength also helps undue pressure on the joints and makes simple movements easier. For bowlers, core strength is essential for proper posture throughout the approach and for balance at the foul line. Core strength also helps in preventing injury from the repetitive nature bowling has on the body.…

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  • 1:29

    Establish a Straight Arm Swing with the Ball Start Drill

    How the bowling ball gets started out of the stance is fundamental for a straight arm swing. If you start the ball too far to the right it will wrap behind your back and you’ll miss the target to the right. The result is the ball not picking up down the lane. If you start…

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  • 3:01

    Pin Placement on the Bowling Ball

    Although 75% of a bowling ball’s reaction comes from having the proper surface applied to its coverstock, the lane conditions you are competing on require matching up with the correct bowling ball, bowling ball surface, axis tilt, axis rotation, and bowling ball speed. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop,…

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  • 5:12

    Two-Handed Bowling: 2LS Layout by Storm

    The number of two-handed no-thumb bowlers have grown considerably in the last decade. Storm’s Alex Hoskins and the company’s research and development team have created a new industry-standard system for drilling thumb-holeless bowling balls for two-handed bowlers that will have your next bowling ball reacting when and where you want it to. In this premium…

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  • 0:53

    Seated Heel Lift: VMO-Strengthening Exercise

    Strengthening your VMO (Vastus Medialis Oblique Muscle) helps control the position of the patella (kneecap). The VMO stabilizes the patella within its groove. It controls the alignment of the patella when the knee is bent and straightened. Easing knee pain requires getting the timing of VMO right alongside strengthening the rest of the quadriceps group.…

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  • 2:47

    Timing and Release: Early, Good, and Late

    In order to have a good release, you need good timing. Your slide foot’s first step on the approach needs to occur in time with the ball start (i.e. the first step for four-step bowlers and second step for five-step bowlers). The next place on the approach where timing is evaluated is the pivot step.…

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