• 3:08

    Better Bowling Scores: Improve Focus and Concentration

    Distractions happen on and off the lanes that affect your bowling performance. When you become aware of the distractions, oftentimes there’s a moment that you subconsciously try to turn the switch on and provide more attention to being present. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains what you can…

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  • 2:18

    Two-Handed Bowling: Setup and Stance

    Positioning in the stance will determine what happens at the pins. How you stand, where you place the ball, and your hand positioning all contribute to how and when the ball will hook down the lane. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, highlights areas of concern two-handed bowlers face…

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  • 4:15

    Cause and Effect: Good vs. Bad Leverage

    What is leverage and what does it have to do with bowling? Leverage is defined as the exertion of force by means of a lever or an object used in the manner of a lever. In bowling, the lower body creates leverage in combination with upper body posture. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner…

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  • 2:12

    Two-Handed Bowling: Ball Start

    The two-handed bowling style offers many different ways to initiate the swing (aka ball start). In this free video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, illustrates three different ways two-handed bowlers initiate the swing and the one goal they all share in common. More Pronounced Than Traditional Bowler The bowling ball goes vertical…

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  • 2:47

    Two-Handed Bowling: Footwork

    Footwork for two-handed bowling is vital to controlling the high rev count created from this style. Go too slow with your footwork and you’ll have way too much hook. Go too fast with your footwork and you’ll lose leverage and the ball will not hook enough. In this free video, Scott Pohl, owner of On…

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  • 1:48

    Two-Handed Bowling Fit Basics

    Two-handed bowling has revolutionized the sport of bowling. The primary advantage two-handed bowlers have over traditional bowlers is more revs. Combine that with speed adjustments and ball selection and two-handed bowlers have more of the lane in play when making adjustments. In this free video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, overviews options…

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  • 1:37

    One-Arm Rows with a Bench

    Throwing a heavy bowling ball repeatedly requires good upper body strength. Pulling instead of pushing (pressing) yields bigger results when attempting to strengthen your back, shoulders, and arms. One arm row isolates these areas and in this free video, Leah Zahner, Certified Personal Trainer (NASM), explains that working one arm at a time with a…

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  • 4:25

    1/2 Thumb Fit: Who’s it for and How’s it Done?

    Many issues found in a bowler’s physical game can be traced back to their bowling ball fit. If your grip isn’t just right you will squeeze the bowling ball excessively or hang on to it too long, feeling like you can’t get the thumb out of the bowling ball. Either way, your arm swing and…

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  • 0:50

    Leg Over Box Step Exercise

    Core stability and hip mobility contribute to better balance. In order to hit your target consistently in bowling, balance and stability are a requirement. Box steps are multifunctional exercise aides. They are sold individually and in sets that vary in height and width. Jumping on box steps is primarily how they are used, but they…

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