• 2:29

    It’s one thing to notice how a lane changes over the course of a game and say, “Huh, that’s interesting.” It’s an entirely other thing to see those changes and adjust your game accordingly. Successful bowlers are capable of determining when a transition has occurred and making the proper response. Oil pattern no longer favoring

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  • 8:04

    Bowling coach Hank Boomershine provides tips on the importance of a ball’s positive access point (P.A.P.) and how to locate it. As a coach, understanding a player’s P.A.P. helps them to understand what type of player they are dealing with, which in turn allows them to offer more individualized coaching instruction.

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  • 9:32

    Bowling coaches Lou Marquez and Stephen Padilla increase our understanding of bowling ball motion and provide pointers on how to make your game stronger. Observation of your ball as it reacts to the different phases of the lane will allow you to make adjustments to your game.

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  • 4:17

    Adapting to Oil Pattern Length If you’ve played at a number of bowling alleys, you might have noticed the oil patterns on lanes tend to vary in length. Some patterns are extremely short, others are frightfully long. Because of this, no two lanes will roll the same. In order to play each lane properly, you’ll

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  • 8:38

    Understanding Bowling Ball Reaction Knowing how to fully utilize your equipment is a key step in the process of becoming a more confident and capable bowler. To help you finetune your bowling ball arsenal, Kim Terrell-Kearney and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard demonstrate why it’s so important to take advantage of each unique bowling ball reaction during training

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  • 8:29

    Rod Ross and Chris Barnes talk about the challenges of reading a lane when traveling and competing internationally. Barnes demonstrates his system to help bowlers quickly line up with just four shots.

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  • 3:40

    Two handed bowling ball motion differs from one-handed. Bowling coahStephen Padilla discusses the importance of being prepared regarding the kind of equipment you’re going to use and the types of adjustments you’re going to make when entering a competition as a two handed bowler.

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  • 3:00

    With today’s market, it can be difficult for a bowler to put together a left handed arsenal. Rod Ross demonstrates different ball shapes and distances of a left handed arsenal. If you’re left handed and playing in today’s game, watch this video to learn about different bowling ball types and what you need in terms

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  • 5:57

    Launch angle is very important when it comes to analyzing a bowler’s game. Coach Randy Stoughton discusses a tool used to measure launch angle, as well as tips for changing your launch angle. Modifying launch angle can help a player who is transitioning from house shot leagues into sport leagues.

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