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Who Is The Best Bowler In Your Town
There are several things to watch for when observing the bowler who is a very successful player. Not only is watching this player (or players) perform in a competitive environment and how the player handles the lane conditions, you can watch physical game techniques which has led to the given player to many successes.
You can watch how the player delivers the ball and how consistent is the bowling ball speed and loft distance. You can observe the angle of attack chosen by this player and possibly the adjustments made when the lane conditions change over the session of competition.
You can look for swing techniques such as how close to the playerâ€™s body is the forward swing. You can check out the footwork for this player and watch for the pace of steps and the precise direction the player walks. Does the player walk to the right, to the left, or straight ahead?
Does the player use a powerful release technique and generate a great deal of revs or does the player use a soft hand action type of delivery style?
Is this player well balanced when walking to the foul line, particularly when delivering the bowling ball.
There are many physical game details you can look for and evaluate to determine if there are any techniques you can integrate into your game.
Ask yourself what can you learn from this player, if anything? Please do not underestimate the powers of observation to help you learn about the game and solidify your knowledge of important factors involved in competing at a high level and at a high standard of performance.
If you have children who enjoy bowling, it might be fun to take them to see the best junior bowlers in action and get them in the habit of seeing why some kids bowl as well as they do.
The first step in achievement is to aspire to achieve great things. Introduce your children to watching high levels of competition, both at the adult level and among peers.
For senior bowlers, why not consider doing the same and seek out the best senior player in town and travel to watch that player bowl. By watching how the player bowls, how the player aligns to the lane conditions, how much speed does this player use, you might be able to pick up an idea or two to introduce into your game.
Many senior bowlers, for example, have excellent form and maintain good balance when bowling. Perhaps working to develop techniques to help you improve your balance can be useful going forward. We can learn something from any accomplished player even if it means fortifying what we already know.
There is a lot to be said for watching good bowlers in action and paying attention to what these players do that makes them successful. It can be fun to expand your bowling horizons, visit bowling centers you normally never frequent, and watch good players perform. If you love the game, get out and watch it at the highest levels of performance.