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  • 1:16

    Bowling is a sport of cause and effect. If your technique is correct and you hit your target, more often than not you’re going to get the result you’re after. On the other hand, if one component of your stroke is out of sync with the rest, chances are you’re going to miss your target

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  • 5:00

    The “one-step and slide” drill is a way to demonstrate what a proper finish position should look and feel like. Bowling coach Mike Dias explains the importance of using your lower body throughout the finish position while your upper body comes along for the ride. Dias explains the drill with a bowler who is upper

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  • 8:38

    Getting into the rhythm of the swing starts at the beginning with the pushaway. When off, repeatability of shots is next to impossible. Bowling coach Mike Dias identifies common issues bowler’s face when working with the pushaway. Whether you start too early or late, your balance is off, or your pushing in the wrong direction,

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  • 3:15

    Kim Terrell-Kearney and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard show how much you can learn from the bowlers around you. When you are participating in a tournament, or even practicing, you can learn from others on the lane. Make adjustments faster by watching where other competitors are playing and find out the benefits of scouting other teams before you

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  • 4:03

    Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney offer tips for getting out of a slump. Seeking help from a certified coach or someone who knows your game can be the most important step to get back on the right path.

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  • 3:54

    While competing in tournaments, it is crucial to understand the oil pattern volume, pattern and length. Coach Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney help translate how this information applies to playing the lanes. Watch this video to learn how changes in oil volume affect ball performance.

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  • 4:40

    So you just got a new ball, and now it’s time to find your best stroke and discover your optimal bowling ball roll. Many pro shop managers will tell you that one of the simplest ways to identify whether you’re rolling the ball properly and getting the most out of your equipment is to place

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  • 13:01

    As with most solo sports, success in bowling requires total control of your environment. You’re up there by yourself, so only you can dictate the results of your play. And the thing that most often separates successful tournament bowlers from talented weekend warriors is a focused discipline toward maintaining their environment. In this lesson, we

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  • 22:35

    More often than not, when a bowler feels stuck and can’t seem to improve their average any further, it’s because their ball doesn’t fit their hand properly. We see bowlers all the time who go to their local bowling ball pro shop looking for lessons and wonder why they’ve reached a ceiling in their game,

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  • 1:16

    Bowling is a sport of cause and effect. If your technique is correct and you hit your target, more often than not you’re going to get the result you’re after. On the other hand, if one component of your stroke is out of sync with the rest, chances are you’re going to miss your target

    Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • 5:00

    The “one-step and slide” drill is a way to demonstrate what a proper finish position should look and feel like. Bowling coach Mike Dias explains the importance of using your lower body throughout the finish position while your upper body comes along for the ride. Dias explains the drill with a bowler who is upper

    Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • 8:38

    Getting into the rhythm of the swing starts at the beginning with the pushaway. When off, repeatability of shots is next to impossible. Bowling coach Mike Dias identifies common issues bowler’s face when working with the pushaway. Whether you start too early or late, your balance is off, or your pushing in the wrong direction,

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  • 4:05

    Bowling coach Bryan O’Keefe provides a simple at-home solution to diversifying your release. With a dowel, drill and a 6-pound plastic ball, you can practice hand positions that create different rotations for any lane condition thrown your way. Just find your PAP (Positive Axis Point), drill a hole, insert the dowel and you’re good to

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  • 8:13

    Do you know what to do with your balance arm? Odds are, you’ve never given it a serious thought, because most amateur bowlers don’t think about how they’re using their balance arm when they go through the motions of their bowling stroke. For many bowlers the opposite arm does what it wants, and it’s just

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  • 15:29

    If a bowling coach told you to step up to lane and roll your best shot with your best bowling swing mechanics, and then asked you how many times you swung the ball in order to throw it down the lane, what would you say? Obviously once, right? That’s what we thought, too, until we

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Spare ShootingShow More >

  • 16:31

    Spare pickups are essential for a great score. Walking away with only 8 or 9 pins each frame won’t get you to the record scores you want; you simply must get them all if you want to shoot high. Good news is every bowler can always improve their spare game, whether they’re joining their first

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  • 2:58

    Spares are an important component of every bowler’s game. Bowling coach Stephen Padilla highlights the key aspects and tricks of spare shooting as a two handed player.

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  • 4:37

    Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Bryan O’Keefe show us some activities that we can do while practicing spare bowling and drills to help us become better spare shooters. Watch as O’Keefe demonstrates four different types of spare drills, doing each drill five times, that help the bowler become more comfortable with each activity.

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  • Youth Bowling Stretches to Cool Down After Lane Play
    3:14

    Just like any other sport, bowling can take a toll on your body if you don’t prepare and care for your muscles before and after playing. Proper warmup and cooldown routines are essential for maintaining healthy muscles, and there are a number of simple bowling stretches and exercises you can do to guarantee you’re ready

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  • Target Tape Drill for Shooting Spares
    2:50

    Shooting spares is a difficult but necessary component of every bowler’s game. If you can consistently convert open frames into spares, you stand to become a more confident bowler and improve your average. This skill is especially important for youth bowlers who may not yet have developed the power to strike, but it is essential

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  • Youth One Step Bowling Drill for Added Momentum
    2:11

    Working with youth bowlers who are new to the sport is a matter of building from the basics. More often than not, the mentality toward bowling is that you can just step up to the lane, throw the ball and start to figure out your form with practice. But we want to reverse that logic

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