• 2:14

    Wrist Exercises with an Elastic Band

    A group of 18 muscles make up the forearm. The connection between the forearm and wrist is what makes wrist movements possible. If you’ve had wrist problems in the past or experience stiffness and discomfort after you bowl, these exercises are a great way to help recover quickly. In this premium video, Leah Zahner, Certified…

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  • 1:14

    Wrist Strengthening: Radial and Ulnar Deviation

    To change your axis rotation and axis tilt while bowling requires a strong wrist. The weight of the bowling ball coupled with altering hand positions are challenges that the wrist has to be ready for, shot after shot. In this premium video, Leah Zahner, Certified Personal Trainer (NASM), uses a broom stick to help strengthen…

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  • 2:08

    Excessive Bowling Grip Pressure Warning Signs

    How do you know what the proper amount of grip pressure is, with the bowling ball in your hand, throughout a shot? As Coach Erik Vermilyea of Track explains, you need to have your grip pressure as light as possible, which means little to no squeezing. This will be different for everyone, so learn the…

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  • 0:52

    Improve Grip Pressure with Wrist Exercises

    In bowling, it’s important to have strong wrist and forearm muscles for continued success. Wrist exercises improve wrist strength, which helps increase ball speed and rev rate along with counterbalancing the repetitive motion of the bowling release. It sounds counterintuitive, but having a stronger wrist will aid you in limiting your grip pressure on the…

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  • 4:24

    Bowling Ball Fit and Grip Pressure

    Too much grip pressure in bowling creates issues and bad habits in your game, adversely affecting your bowling technique. Getting a proper fit avoids having to unlearn the bad habits that too much grip pressure creates. Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains what a proper fit looks and feels like. Grip When…

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