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Using Shoulder Abduction for a More Relaxed and Powerful Swing
I am surprised how often the “free” pendulum swing concept continues to be articulated today as a gold standard component of an outstanding physical game. In truth, when reviewing how the body works best, the concept of a pendulum swing...
Physical Game Drills to Improve Your Bowling – Part 3
The ball start drill
In my last two articles, I covered the swing drill and the slide drill. The third and final drill in this series of my top three physical game drills covers the ball start drill. I use this drill a lot...
Physical Game Drills to Improve Your Bowling – Part 2
The slide drill
In my last article, I covered the swing drill as one of my three most-used drills to help bowlers improve their games. The second drill in this series is the slide drill. The slide drill is the "Swiss Army Knife"...
Physical Game Drills to Improve Your Bowling – Part 1
The swing drill
One of the most common questions I hear from both coaches in training and bowlers looking to improve is what they need to do in order to fix something once they've identified the need. For many people, picking out what’s...
Problem or Symptom?
Work backwards to separate cause from effect
In bowling, it can be easy to forget that what seems to be a problem is usually a symptom of an underlying issue. For example, when someone (see below) says, “Geez, I keep pulling the ball,” the real problem most...
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