• 8:23

    Bowling’s finish position occurs at the foul line as you’re releasing the bowling ball. This is often referred to as posting your shot. In order to fully post your shot, you must remain in a balanced finish position until the ball exits the pin deck.

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  • 1:36

    If you have ever watched the PBA Tour you’ve likely seen bowlers and their coaches sanding a bowling ball. By doing so, they alter the bowling ball’s surface to change its reaction or ball motion on the lane. A brand new bowling ball comes out of the box with a surface setting designated by the

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  • 2:48

    The next time you’re at practice when your ball comes back to you, take a minute and look it over. What do you see? Oil from the lane absorbed into your ball in a certain area. Bowling ball track is the area on the ball that actually touches the lane. The rings that you see

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  • 1:24

    Cause and effect is defined as, “A relationship in which one event (the cause) makes another event happen (the effect).” Posting a shot is defined as: “To retain a stationary, stable, balanced position until well after the end of a delivery.” Knee continuation is the cause in this example while posting a shot is the

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  • 9:21

    Today’s modern game has completely changed the way we approach bowling. So, how do we define the modern game? Coaches Erik Vermilyea with Track, and Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, will explain the evolution and how it impacts your bowling ball fit. The easiest way to classify the game is with the

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  • 5:28

    Rod Ross and Fred Borden discuss the differences between bowling training and practice. Learn about Myelin and how stores information as well as how training creates more myelin in your brain. Find out how important it is to train exactly the way you want to. It is time for you to start making more myelin

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  • 9:54

    Taking the next step in your game often hinges on whether you consistently can pick up spares. Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Rod Ross teach you about a foolproof method for knocking down those intimidating leftovers using the Seven Zones of Spare Conversion. They walk you through each of the zones and show what you would do for every

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  • 0:55

    In today’s game, there are many different types of bowling balls. Bowling coach Rod Ross talks about the benefits of using a plastic spare ball to pick up spares that typically are harder to convert using your strike ball.

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  • 1:38

    Bowling pros Rod Ross and Chris Barnes demonstrate why it is important to focus on keeping your non-ball side shoulder forward during your approach. You can accomplish this by turning your palm down when you follow through to counter balance the motion of your swing arm. Accurate, consistent bowling begins with keeping your shoulders aligned

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