• 3:45

    Getting Fitted for a Bowling Ball at a Pro Shop

    Getting the right fit with your bowling ball is the most important off-the-lanes agenda item every bowler needs to get right to be successful. It’s where it all starts. You will develop more problem areas in your game if your fingers and thumb do not fit in the bowling ball properly. Scott Pohl, owner of…

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  • 3:02

    How To Build a Bowling Ball Arsenal

    A bowling ball arsenal is designed by bowlers to give them the best chance at success at their next competition. The style of bowler you are and the lane conditions you are bowling on influence what bowling balls go into your bag. If you’re a speed dominant player, your arsenal should lean towards more aggressive…

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  • 0:56

    How To Do a Side Plank

    The plank is a great exercise for strengthening your core. But what about the muscles on the sides of the torso? Then side planks have got you covered. Step 1 Lay down on your side, bringing one forearm to the floor with your legs straight out behind you. Step 2 Lift up into position. Your…

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  • 1:29

    How to “Match Up” in Bowling

    Matching up is a term loosely thrown around the bowling center. Matching up requires you to have the right bowling ball in your hand with the correct coverstock surface. While traveling down lane, the bowling ball will have the proper speed and rotation for your style of bowling and the bowling ball will go through…

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  • 2:08

    Excessive Bowling Grip Pressure Warning Signs

    How do you know what the proper amount of grip pressure is, with the bowling ball in your hand, throughout a shot? As Coach Erik Vermilyea of Track explains, you need to have your grip pressure as light as possible, which means little to no squeezing. This will be different for everyone, so learn the…

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  • 1:11

    Strengthening Your Core with the Dead Bug Exercise

    This exercise may look and feel silly. Hence the name. But as far as core exercises go, the Dead Bug Exercise may be the most influential. This ab exercise is a great place to start core training for beginners and experts alike. Bowling is a dynamic motion and this exercise trains trunk stability and is…

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  • 2:33

    Lying Leg Raises to Strengthen Your Knees

    Do you have problems with your knees? If you experience knee pain while bowling, strengthening your hips and legs is a good place to start to alleviate knee pain. Lying leg raises will accomplish this. This video details how to do lying leg raises in four directions geared to help ease knee pain. Lying Leg…

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  • 4:56

    Bowlers Tape 101

    Why should you use bowlers tape? Bowlers tape aides in reducing grip pressure which results in your bowling ball rolling better. Scott Pohl, the owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains that grabbing the bowling ball leads to inconsistencies shot to shot. There are a lot of different types of tape available and this video…

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  • 1:04

    Wrist Pronation and Supination Exercises

    Wrist tendons are very strong. Wrist tendons join the muscles and bones of the hand. This connection transfers the energy of the muscles to moving the bones of the hand. Flexor and extensor tendons are the two groups of tendons found in the wrist. Flexor tendons are located on the palm side of the hand.…

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