• 1:20

    Lower Body Rolling Exercise

    Bowling requires the upper and lower body to work independently from each other. The finish position exemplifies this with your shoulders going in one direction and your hips going in another. A good exercise to train your lower body to work independently from your upper body is the lower body roll. This exercise is done…

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  • 2:58

    How To Find Your Positive Axis Point (PAP)

    When the bowling ball rolls down the lane it revolves around its axis. There are two points at the ends of the axis: the negative (NAP) and the positive axis point (PAP). The NAP exists but is not important to bowlers because it cannot be seen while the bowling ball is in motion. The PAP…

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  • 4:08

    Bowling Ball Fit Basics

    Bowling ball fit can make or break your game. Many bad habits bowlers find themselves working on can be traced back to a bad fit. Scott Pohl, the owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains what to expect when getting fit for a ball and what it should feel like so you know that you’ve…

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  • 4:56

    Bowlers Tape 101

    Why should you use bowlers tape? Bowlers tape aides in reducing grip pressure which results in your bowling ball rolling better. Scott Pohl, the owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains that grabbing the bowling ball leads to inconsistencies shot to shot. There are a lot of different types of tape available and this video…

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  • 1:04

    Wrist Pronation and Supination Exercises

    Wrist tendons are very strong. Wrist tendons join the muscles and bones of the hand. This connection transfers the energy of the muscles to moving the bones of the hand. Flexor and extensor tendons are the two groups of tendons found in the wrist. Flexor tendons are located on the palm side of the hand.…

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  • 2:38

    How to Pick a Bowling Ball for Your Arsenal

    Looking for a new bowling ball? Are you overwhelmed with the amount of options you have? Which bowling ball is the right one for you? Scott Pohl, the owner of On Track Pro Shop, breaks down and simplifies the process teaching you how to pick a bowling ball for your arsenal. Bowling Ball Surface The…

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  • 4:39

    Should I Fix My Drift on the Approach?

    Bowling’s modern game requires modern thinking. Drift has a negative connotation amongst many bowlers. In this premium video, Coach Erik Vermilyea with Track explains what drift is and when it is considered a problem. Know your Normal Everyone’s body type, makeup, and how they bowl are unique unto themselves. The oil pattern you are playing…

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  • 1:01

    Complete Core Workout: Superman Exercise

    Your core consists of muscles around your stomach and the mid/lower back. Crunches are a great way to impact your core but exclude the mid/lower back, an often under exercised area of our core. The superman exercise is done on the floor and has you reach your hands out in front of your head and…

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  • 3:08

    How To Angle Your Shoulders When Throwing

    What is shoulder angle/rotation and why do you need to know how it works to be a successful bowler? Coach Erik Vermilyea with Track defines shoulder/angle rotation as simply the angle of your shoulders as you’re throwing the bowling ball down lane. Sometimes your shoulders are square to the lane and sometimes they are open…

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