• 1:05

    Finish Position Training with Slider Exercises

    Bowling’s finish position is rigorous in nature. Think about it, all of the speed from your footwork culminates into a slide and stop at the foul line all while holding onto and releasing a heavy object, repeatedly. That repetitive behavior adds up, and can take a toll on the body. Slider exercises are great for…

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  • 2:50

    Bowling Lane Courtesy Variations

    Lane courtesy is about more than respect for each other’s game, it’s also about keeping the pace of play moving to help ensure the best possible outcome for everyone participating. Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains the differences between league and tournament bowling lane courtesy. When it is your turn, be ready…

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  • 2:28

    Ball Motion: Bowling Ball Coverstock Adjustments

    Layout, pin placement, core and coverstock are the equipment components that determine a bowling ball’s motion on the lane. In this premium video lesson, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains that 75% of a bowling ball’s reaction comes from having the proper surface applied to its coverstock. Bowling Balls Dull bowling balls…

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  • 2:28

    Go-To Bowling Balls for Long, Medium and Short Oil Patterns

    Do you have a bowling ball in your bag for the conditions you are bowling on? Your benchmark bowling ball will get it done for league night more often than not, but what bowling ball are you going to go to when you bowl in sport shot leagues or tournaments? Scott Pohl, owner of On…

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  • 9:13

    Embrace the Breaks & Minimize the Mistakes

    Barely missing the cut at a tournament stings. It’s easy to think about all of the “should haves” and “could haves” that kept you out of the money. Author, speaker, and bronze level bowling coach, Craig Hillier recollects a tournament experience he had where he missed the cut, and in reflection, came up with the…

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  • 1:55

    Stretching Before & After Bowling

    Stretching is essential for bowling success, but do you know which stretches to do when? In this premium video lesson, Leah Zahner, Certified Personal Trainer (NASM), explains the differences between static stretching and dynamic stretching and when to use each. Dynamic Stretching A movement-based type of stretching, dynamic stretching, uses the muscles themselves to bring…

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  • 1:13

    Shoulder Mobility Stretch with a Broomstick

    Bowlers can experience a limited range of motion and shoulder mobility in their dominant arm. Tightness in your shoulder is a clear indicator. Limited range of motion in the shoulder makes having a free arm swing in bowling difficult. Without a free arm swing, bowlers are forced to correct mid-swing, creating inconsistencies and making shot…

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  • 2:17

    How To Train Your Bowling Game

    Through the years coaches and competitive bowlers have noticed that when a bowler “practices” they generally set aside an hour to bowl three games for score. In this premium video, four-time Team USA member, three-time USBC Open Championships winner, and owner of On Track Pro Shop, Scott Pohl, explains four key training methods that will…

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  • 0:56

    Standing I-Y-T Exercise with Dumbbells

    Bowling can fatigue your back and shoulders especially if you sit a lot throughout the day for your job. This standing I-Y-T exercise with dumbbells is designed to target the biggest group of muscles in your shoulders and back, all in one exercise. You will spell the letters I, Y, and T with your arms.…

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