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 >>
There are many bowling wrist devices on the market to choose from. In general, they are designed to limit movement at the point of the release. A bowling wrist device supports your wrist on the back of the hand, limiting collapse at the moment of release. In this free video, Gold Coach and Bowler Development…Watch Now >>
Do you want the ability to better your game off the lanes? Eileen’s Bowling Buddy has developed a way to practice the bowling release without the weight of a bowling ball – and you can do it in your own home. With the Feel Trainer, you can: – Train the skills of touch – Learn…Watch Now >>
Similar to your skin, the surface of a bowling ball has pores that need to breathe in order to get the proper reaction on the lane. Each time you throw a bowling ball your ball picks up oil, dirt and dust that clogs the pores and neutralizes its ability to grip the lane. That’s why it’s essential to know how to clean a bowling ball so your equipment performs at its best, all of the time.
Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, demonstrates how to remove oil from shiny and dull bowling balls.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 >>
If you have ever watched the PBA Tour you’ve likely seen bowlers and their coaches sanding a bowling ball. By doing so, they alter the bowling ball’s surface to change its reaction or ball motion on the lane. A brand new bowling ball comes out of the box with a surface setting designated by the…Watch Now >>
Cause and effect is defined as, “A relationship in which one event (the cause) makes another event happen (the effect).” Posting a shot is defined as: “To retain a stationary, stable, balanced position until well after the end of a delivery.” Knee continuation is the cause in this example while posting a shot is the…Watch Now >>
When beginning league or tournament play, starting out on fresh oil conditions can be tricky. If you’re not ready when competition starts, you’ve already lost pins off of your set before you’ve even thrown a ball. Every shot in practice time needs your best and most ready shot to gain a fair understanding of what…Watch Now >>
Have you ever had one of those nights where you just couldn’t get the corner pins out? Has one of those nights turned into a bunch of nights? By now you’ve moved forward and back on the approach, tried throwing it faster and slower, you’ve even split boards and still that seven or ten pin…Watch Now >>