• 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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  • 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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  • 1:05

    How to Do a Reverse Lunge

    The reverse lunge is a fantastic leg exercise. It focuses on stretching the hamstrings while strengthening the core, glutes, and quads. You’ll notice more balance and stability throughout your approach when you add this exercise into your routine. It is an efficient exercise because it works multiple joints and muscle groups simultaneously. Individually training each…

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  • 1:17

    Stretching Extensor Muscles with a Physioball

    A strong core provides balance and takes pressure off of the spine. The muscles in your back aid in keeping your vertebrae aligned while building strength in your spinal joints. An engaged core while bowling transfers force and stress through your muscles, helping to avoid unnecessary strain on your back, ultimately avoiding injury. Physioballs are…

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  • 3:21

    Bowling Warmup and Cooldown

    In bowling, being ready to compete when it counts will add pins to your score and can be the difference between winning and losing. A proper warmup enhances your practice time, giving you the ability to evaluate the lane condition and assess how you will attack the pattern you are competing on. A proper cool…

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  • 0:46

    Leg Pull with a Physioball

    Core and lower body strength are essential for bowling success. Leg strength generates ball speed and core strength provides balance and stability throughout the shot. Having stronger hips helps avoid imbalances and injury, not only in the hips but the knees as well. Physioballs are a great way to work more muscles in traditional exercises…

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  • 1:22

    Wall Squat With A Physioball

    The movement required to do a squat is something you incorporate in your day-to-day activities. From picking up something off of the floor to filling your vehicle’s tires with air, proper form and muscle strength makes these small tasks simple. If you are injured, small tasks like these may cause you concern and squats will…

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  • 0:42

    Choosing the Correct Physioball for You

    How do you know which physioball is best for you? Physioballs provide support while exercising and help increase balance and stability. In this premium video, Leah Zahner, Certified Personal Trainer (NASM), walks you through how to choose a physioball size that will enhance your workout, not make it more difficult than it needs to be.…

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  • 1:10

    Core Strengthening: Hands Together with a Slider

    Core exercises help better your posture, improve balance, and increase stability. Overall, they help make everyday life easier while reducing pain and preventing injury. In this premium video, Leah Zahner, Certified Personal Trainer (NASM), ups the degree of difficulty by adding a slider into your core exercise routine. You can find sliders for less than…

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