• 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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  • 1:05

    Core Plank with a Physioball

    Maintaining ideal posture requires core strength. Core strength also helps undue pressure on the joints and makes simple movements easier. For bowlers, core strength is essential for proper posture throughout the approach and for balance at the foul line. Core strength also helps in preventing injury from the repetitive nature bowling has on the body.…

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  • 0:53

    Seated Heel Lift: VMO-Strengthening Exercise

    Strengthening your VMO (Vastus Medialis Oblique Muscle) helps control the position of the patella (kneecap). The VMO stabilizes the patella within its groove. It controls the alignment of the patella when the knee is bent and straightened. Easing knee pain requires getting the timing of VMO right alongside strengthening the rest of the quadriceps group.…

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  • 1:37

    One-Arm Rows with a Bench

    Throwing a heavy bowling ball repeatedly requires good upper body strength. Pulling instead of pushing (pressing) yields bigger results when attempting to strengthen your back, shoulders, and arms. One arm row isolates these areas and in this free video, Leah Zahner, Certified Personal Trainer (NASM), explains that working one arm at a time with a…

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  • 0:50

    Leg Over Box Step Exercise

    Core stability and hip mobility contribute to better balance. In order to hit your target consistently in bowling, balance and stability are a requirement. Box steps are multifunctional exercise aides. They are sold individually and in sets that vary in height and width. Jumping on box steps is primarily how they are used, but they…

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  • 1:03

    Lower Back Stretch with a Physioball

    Do you bowl with lower back problems? It’s hard to be fundamentally sound when you are uncomfortable. Improper technique and too heavy of a bowling ball can contribute to lower back problems while bowling. Back pain is the leading cause of work-loss days, and eight percent of American adults experience persistent or chronic lower back…

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  • 0:57

    Modified Squat With a Balance Aid

    Every bowler needs balance and stability on the approach and squats are an excellent exercise for bowlers to achieve it. On the way down your knees and hips flex, and on the way up your knees and hips extend. Be it age or injury, squats can be too difficult for some to accomplish. In this…

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