• 1:42

    Versatility Drills: Playing 4 Different Zones

    Finding the breakpoint down lane and observing how your ball rolls through the pins tells the story of your shot. The goal is to play the optimal line to achieve the best entry angle into the pocket. If you’re not playing the best line for the shot you are competing on, it is your decision…

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  • 1:26

    Two-Handed Bowling: Advanced Spare Shooting

    Two-handed bowlers have a higher rev rate than traditional bowlers and knowing this impacts how two-handed bowlers shoot at spares. Watch our “Two-Handed Bowling: Spare Shooting Basics” before viewing this video for core fundamentals on spare shooting. In this premium video lesson Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains advanced spare shooting concepts…

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  • 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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  • 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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  • 1:52

    Bowling’s Crossover Step

    Have you ever been told to “walk straight” on the approach? Like most bowlers, you probably think you are walking straight until someone tells you that you’re not. But, how do you walk straight? It might seem like a silly question, but it’s important to know how to walk straight and why it’s important. In…

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  • 2:32

    Two-Handed Bowling: Arsenal

    Building an arsenal for rev/speed dominant two-handed bowlers requires a wide range of features no one bowling ball poses. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains which ball is needed for which situation and how the bowling ball layout impacts performance. Symmetrical Cores Most two-handed bowlers have bowling balls…

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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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  • 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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  • 1:47

    Two-Handed Bowling: Lay Down and Loft

    The two-handed game has a lot of options available when faced with changing lane conditions. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains why loft is a valuable tool to have in the tool box for two-handed bowlers. Loft When bowling on a low oil volume pattern, also referred to…

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