All of the ten pin bowling tips I’ve posted on this website and many, many more bowling tips can be found within the pages of The Ultimate Bowling Guide book in a very easy to read format. I’ve printed a copy and keep it in the car so I can read the odd bowling tip […]
Practice walking left and walking right and having a straight walk. Practice open and closed shoulders. Practice adjusting speeds. Have at least three different approach timings. Practice playing different parts of the lane. Flexibility is power. Cultivate three or four releases, all of which work well. For a stretch, intentionally put yourself in poor conditions […]
To create the most fluid approach timing, concentrate on balancing your body and on creating a build up of momentum. Here are some elements to experiment with: On your first step, bring the bowling ball back in alignment with your bowling arm side foot, concentrating on keeping it over the foot. On your second step, […]
Turn up and heighten your sensitivity to the conditions. Put your attention on the other players, lanes, oil, bowling ball factors, your energy, your mood, your concentration, lane surface. Make your own list of things to put your attention on!
Practice adjusting your speed to match the lane you’re bowling on. Cultivate speed control in more and more minute levels. Be able to pull a certain speed out like you were taking it out of your pocket. The theme is flexibility and the speed of your ball, swing, timing should have several settings. The more […]