• 8:03

    There are two terms used in bowling that often cause misunderstanding among bowlers – axis rotation and tilt. Many bowlers do not understand the difference between the two. Bryan O’Keefe goes in depth on axis rotation and tilt, and gives some helpful tips on both.

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  • 5:26

    Bryan O’Keefe and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard discuss another way to become a more versatile bowler – bowling ball speed control. Watch as O’Keefe explains how bowlers can use a speed control drill to practice at home, and then demonstrates how to change bowling ball speed.

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  • 8:48

    Release ratio, or how fast a ball is traveling down the lane vs. how fast it is spinning, more commonly is known as “matching up” in today’s bowling game. Bryan O’Keefe discusses the importance of release ratio in achieving our best shot and reaching our best bowling game.

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  • 5:20

    Bryan O’Keefe and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard discuss the difference between strong and weak bowling balls and the common misconception of what it means for a ball to be considered strong.

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  • 2:00

    Bowling coach Rod Ross and professional bowler Chris Barnes give a brief breakdown of the three phases of ball motion that you’ll encounter when throwing a ball down the lane – skid, hook and roll. Skid occurs in the first 15-20 feet of the lane when your ball is at it’s fastest speed. Next, the

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  • 3:08

    Bowling coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney teach you how to properly add various amounts of loft to your release. By adding loft, you are able to create more skid, which then causes a later break point. Posture should remain the same when adding loft, as the change comes from your lower body.

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  • 3:21

    Ball motion changes as you change your lay down point on the lane. Watch this drill that teaches you to use the front of the lane as a way to define three different lay down points, and how adjusting those points can change your ball motion to help create a better ball reaction and higher

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  • 13:02

    The bowling environment always is changing. A bowler must learn to become versatile and be able to adapt to various lane patterns, bowling balls and anything else they may face. Kim Terrell-Kearney discusses a few drills that can be used to help players prepare and adapt to these types of changes.

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  • 11:34

    Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney analyze three shots from four separate bowlers, and then provide tips for bowling that will assist you in determining where you should start with your feet and eyes on the lane. They look at players with higher, medium and slower speeds and discuss how they each might vary their approaches,

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