April 2021 Content Archive

Bowling Tips and Techniques Articles

On-lane and off-lane training to prepare for the PWBA season

A Process for Competition Readiness

When setting goals and making training plans, it is important to know where your bowling game is at the start. For me, the opportunity to bowl in the recent PWBA Kickoff Classic series provided an excellent opportunity to compete and...

A proven system to rank and select bowling balls

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When it comes to lane play in the modern game, it simply isn’t enough to have the skills you need for all of the competition zones. You also need the right equipment. In this article, I’m going to review the...

Know yourself and know your equipment

Five Simple Steps to Mastering Lane Play - Part 2

In my coaching work at international competitions, my job many times came down to presenting options to players. As a coach, it’s rarely a good idea to make decisions for your players, so the goal is to help guide them...

A DIY solution for adding versatility to your game

Off-Lane Training to Improve Your Release

Throughout most of its history, bowling has been a sport where bowlers only enhanced their skills within the confines of a bowling center. This has begun to change in recent years, particularly in the past 12 months, as many bowlers...

The BTM Book Report: 'Atomic Habits'

James Clear's Atomic Habits can roughly be characterized as a handbook for improving your life by reducing your bad habits and increasing your good habits. While not as directly applicable to bowling as many mental game books, the author makes the brilliant...

The Youth Bowling Round Table: Equipment, Tactics, and Off-Lane Homework

Welcome to Bowling This Month’s second Youth Bowling Round Table article. In this recurring feature, we are taking aim at questions related to youth bowling. We talk about youth bowlers, skill development, getting ready for tournaments, and other topics of...