• 2:13

    How To Develop a Straight Arm Swing

    Do you struggle to hit your target consistently? One good shot, followed by a bad shot, followed by who knows what makes it difficult to get into a rhythm and string strikes together. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, shows common errors made in the stance that makes it…

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  • 1:42

    Body Positioning for Correct Launch Angles

    Lining up your shot so that the bowling ball travels down the lane on your intended path, begins in the stance on the approach. This is known as pre-setting your angles. Angling your shoulders, hips and feet in the stance towards your target is a necessary fundamental all bowlers need to know to achieve consistency…

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  • 1:03

    Lower Back Stretch with a Physioball

    Do you bowl with lower back problems? It’s hard to be fundamentally sound when you are uncomfortable. Improper technique and too heavy of a bowling ball can contribute to lower back problems while bowling. Back pain is the leading cause of work-loss days, and eight percent of American adults experience persistent or chronic lower back…

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  • 2:10

    Make More Spares: Body Alignment & Release Position

    In order to become a better bowler you need to make your spares. Keeping it clean or not having an open frame (splits excluded) throughout the course of a game is not only gratifying, but productive when working to increase your average. In this premium video Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, walks…

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  • 2:10

    Personalize Your Spare System

    Knowing where to stand on the approach and where to target on the lane is the difference between making and missing spares. Having a spare system you can rely on will increase your average. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, teaches how to develop your own personalized spare system.…

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  • 1:54

    Play Any Part of the Lane with Versatile Release Rotation

    Being versatile is imperative to obtaining success in any sport. Bowling’s release is one area of the physical game that has lots of opportunity to become versatile, and hand positioning during the release dictates how the bowling ball will roll. Axis rotation is the amount of side rotation imparted onto the bowling ball. A bowling…

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  • 3:54

    Practice Time: Finding Your Starting Point on the Lanes

    Practice time for bowling leagues and tournaments is when you learn how the oil pattern is going to affect the bowling ball’s motion. The goal is to find the pocket and strike. You can’t waste frames in competition. If you’re unable to get lined up in practice time you’ll be starting from behind. In this…

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  • 1:55

    How to Make the Baby Split

    Splits in bowling convert at a lower percentage than single and multi-pin spares. Going for pin count and leaving the frame open is the best play when most splits are standing up in front of you. The exceptions are the 3-10 and 2-7, also known as baby splits. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner…

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  • 1:28

    Convert More Washouts

    For right-handed bowlers, the term “washout” relates to pins 1, 2, 4, and 10, while for left-handed bowlers, it relates to pins 1, 3, 6, and 7. It’s not marked on the scoresheet as a split because the headpin is still present, but it can be more difficult to convert than some splits that are…

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