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    Planks are a great way to strengthen your core. Contrary to popular belief, your core is made up of more than just your abs. Your core encompasses your entire torso, everything but your arms and legs. Step 1 Come down to your forearms on a mat or the floor. Set yourself up with your elbows

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    The ability to stand on one leg is important in general, but it has never been more true in bowling. Regardless of the number of steps you take on the approach, the repeated wear and tear bowling has to offer on our bodies, needs a little correcting from time to time. The single balance touch

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    The IT band is a multipurpose tendon that runs down the length of the outer thigh, from the top of the pelvis to the shin bone. The IT band is responsible for keeping your hips and knees stable during a bowler’s approach and finish position. The IT Band is comprised of, Ilium Tensor fasciae latae

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    Hamstring flexibility is important in the sport of bowling. You’ll definitely feel pressure in your hamstrings throughout the approach, especially in your pivot step and finish position. This exercise will help increase flexibility in your hamstrings, helping increase balance and avoid injury. Step 1 Find a box, doorway or a wall to begin the exercise.

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    Lunges are a great lower body exercise. Adding rotation with a medicine ball increases resistance. This is necessary to take your lower body exercise to the next level. Step 1 Medicine balls come in a variety of weights. When adding this exercise into your routine, start with a medicine ball weight you are comfortable with.

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  • how to do a rotating lunge
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    Bowling’s finish position requires a lot of strength and coordination to post the shot properly. Posting the shot happens when the slide is complete at the foul line and you remain in a balanced finish position until the ball rolls through the pins and drops off the pin deck. The rotating lunge requires no equipment

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