• 2:16

    Mental Game: Observation Without Judgment

    Bowling can be an unforgiving sport. You can do everything seemingly correct and still not strike. In this premium video lesson, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, teaches how to look at the results without over analyzing or overreacting. Reacting to what happened without over-analysis There is a time and place for everything…

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  • 2:23

    Trail Leg: Heel and Toe Positioning

    In order to achieve balance at the foul line, your trail leg needs to be in good position. If it’s out of position, your hips will stay open and you could potentially fall off the shot, resulting in missing your target down lane. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop,…

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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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  • 2:02

    Proper Posture Throughout the Approach

    Upper body posture from start to finish on the approach will tell you a lot about where your ball travels down lane. The angle from your head to your neck to your hip needs to remain consistent throughout the shot. If your upper body angle isn’t consistent this will affect your launch angle adversely, resulting…

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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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