• 4:17

    “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,” Charles Caleb Colton said. With the PBA and PWBA tours televised regularly, along with today’s social media reach, bowlers often find themselves imitating a pro’s bowling style. In this video, silver level coaches Dan Triske and Doug O’Bryant explain the pros and cons involved in trying to mimic

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  • 3:51

    The One-Step Drill is the one drill every bowler of every skill level should work on in their practice routine. It eliminates the earlier steps in the approach, allowing you to focus on the slide and the release. It also creates proper leverage and timing in the finish position. Coach Erik Vermilyea with Track breaks

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  • 1:14

    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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  • 0:52

    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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    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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  • 2:04

    Straightening your bowling footwork takes variables out of the equation of “things that can go wrong” while on the bowling approach and down lane. Keeping your starting board on the bowling approach and your sliding board at the foul line as close to the same board is ideal, but not required. Check out our article

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  • 2:39

    The Kegel Torch is a great product that helps identify bowling launch angles. Bowling Launch angles are what ultimately determines where the bowling ball is going to go. The Torch acts as a visual aid that allows you to see where the ball should go on the lane, from where you’re standing on the approach.

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  • 7:49

    The combination of the Swing and Alignment trainers from Eileen’s Bowling Buddy offers tremendous benefits to your game. 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

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  • 8:23

    Bowling’s finish position occurs at the foul line as you’re releasing the bowling ball. This is often referred to as posting your shot. In order to fully post your shot, you must remain in a balanced finish position until the ball exits the pin deck.

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