Have you ever been told to “walk straight” on the approach? Like most bowlers, you probably think you are walking straight until someone tells you that you’re not. But, how do you walk straight? It might seem like a silly question, but it’s important to know how to walk straight and why it’s important. In…Watch Now >>
How the bowling ball gets started out of the stance is fundamental for a straight arm swing. If you start the ball too far to the right it will wrap behind your back and you’ll miss the target to the right. The result is the ball not picking up down the lane. If you start…Watch Now >>
Do you struggle to hit your target consistently? One good shot, followed by a bad shot, followed by who knows what makes it difficult to get into a rhythm and string strikes together. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, shows common errors made in the stance that makes it…Watch Now >>
The tricep is located on the back of the arm and is made up of three heads: long, lateral, and medial, which explains the “tri” in tricep. The Dumbbell Tricep Extension is unique to other tricep exercises because it activates all three heads throughout the exercise, making your triceps stronger. In this premium video, Leah…Watch Now >>
Bowlers can experience a limited range of motion and shoulder mobility in their dominant arm. Tightness in your shoulder is a clear indicator. Limited range of motion in the shoulder makes having a free arm swing in bowling difficult. Without a free arm swing, bowlers are forced to correct mid-swing, creating inconsistencies and making shot…Watch Now >>
These products allow you to practice your game on and off the lanes. They help break down specific areas in a bowler’s arm swing and release without the added weight of a bowling ball.
Silver level coaches Dan Triske and Doug O’Bryant along with Junior Gold Champion Annalise O’Bryant overview each of the products and demonstrates how they work while giving you drills you can do at home and on the lanes to improve your bowling arm swing.Watch Now >>
A free arm swing in bowling is when the ball controls your arm throughout the swing rather than you controlling the ball. When you do not have a free arm swing, inconsistencies develop in your game including: – Missed targeting – Falling off the shot, imbalance at the finish position – Injury Gold Coach and…Watch Now >>