• 4:40

    Most bowlers are susceptible to developing bad habits in their game, but they may not realize just how easy it can be to correct them. Much of the time, when a bowler feels out of sorts or can’t figure out why their shot hasn’t been working the same as it used to, the issue lies

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  • 6:02

    Bowling is a game of minor adjustments, requiring great attention to detail and a cool head. Naturally, as a bowler matures and their style becomes second nature, there is a tendency to compound one bad habit with additional bad habits. We can battle back against those no-nos in older age by constantly working on our

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  • 14:58

    Ron Hoppe and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard cover some common bowling training issues that may be keeping a bowler from achieving their best bowling game. Ron touches on the areas that he watches for most in bowlers including footwork, spine tilt and arm swing.

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  • 6:04

    According to coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney, many bowlers who seek advanced bowling training are trying to determine how to get more RPMs. The coaches discuss the keys to increasing your bowling ball rev rate and debunk some misconceptions regarding it as well. Long Term Athlete Development PDF

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  • 11:38

    One of the most controversial things in the sport of bowling today is the two-handed bowling style. Ron Hoppe covers the key ingredients to becoming a successful two-handed bowler. Watch as he explains the differences in one-handed and two-handed bowling, and the challenges for two-handed bowlers.

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  • 3:26

    Consistency in a bowler’s approach is crucial. Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney discuss spine tilt during the approach and show several demonstrations from different bowlers.

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  • 8:15

    Be Your Bowling Coach to Improve Bowling Technique Ron Hoppe shows you how you can practice your bowling technique on your own, to be your bowling coach on your own, using video coaching. Using an ipad, kindle, etc, have a friend videotape you while you bowl. Sending this video to your coach allows them to

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  • 3:54

    Bowling coach Randy Stoughton shares his experiences in working with women bowlers. Some women tend to have a knack for being late on timing. Making some key changes at the beginning of your turn can combat this.

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  • 5:21

    Focusing on your footwork is vital when it comes to the game of bowling. A “drift” is when you start your approach in on spot and untintenionally end in a different spot each time. Bowling coach Stephen Padilla walks you through what to look for when someone says you have a “drift”.

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