• 1:50

    Quick Tip: Axis Rotation Practice

    Axis rotation is how much side rotation your bowling ball has while rolling down the lane. In this quick tip Coach Erik Vermilyea of Track demonstrates how to achieve more and less axis rotation by practicing with a soft ball or football. Minimal axis rotation happens when the bowling ball rolls more end-over-end, closest to…

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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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  • 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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  • 2:08

    Control How Your Bowling Grip Feels in Different Environments

    How the bowling ball feels in your hand needs to be familiar or second nature in order to have success. Golf and baseball have what is described as the “sweet spot.” When the ball hits the club or bat in the perfect spot, you can feel it and you know it by the result. Bowling’s…

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  • 2:31

    Drop Ring Finger and Sarge Easter Bowling Fits

    Maybe you’ve heard them discussed on PBA telecasts, seen them online, or heard about them from a friend—Drop Ring Finger and Sarge Easter bowling ball fits are different specialty fits for specific needs. Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, says both bowling fits alleviate pressure and pain from a bowler’s hand. Drop Ring…

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  • 5:00

    What’s a “Good Fit” in Bowling?

    Have you ever known you’re going to strike just by the way the bowling ball felt coming off your hand? If you haven’t felt this lately, it’s time to get your fit looked at by a pro shop operator. Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop gives out some helpful tips to get the…

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  • 4:09

    Identifying Strong and Weak Bowling Balls

    What is a strong bowling ball? What is a weak bowling ball? There is a misconception amongst many bowlers that a strong bowling ball hooks the most. Coach Erik Vermilyea with Track sets the record straight and explains how we view ball motion and how it dictates ball choice when matching up to the lane…

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