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Your Bowling Strength
Most experienced bowlers have strong and dominant parts of their games, maybe one in particular which can be relied upon during pressure situations.
Perhaps you have something you do extremely well and has been the cornerstone to your bowling successes.
Working on your strengths so your weaknesses will diminish has merit so long as you trust yourself and realize you may need to invest time working on other parts of your game.
Avoid abandoning your strength at the first sign of struggling on the lanes.
Identify which physical game or which mental strategy serves you best during the heat of competition and then rely on them without second guessing yourself when it matters most. Build on your strengths in practice and trust them in competition.
Strive to use your best assets and make concise decisions on the lanes during ever changing competitive conditions. Trust both in your physical and mental strategy skills.
Making swift decisions on the lanes and using the tools you have developed over the years are the strengths which may rely upon.
Build a practice checklist around the core strengths of your game. The more you work on strengths of your game and then strive to make progress in all phases of your game in a long range practice plan will lead you to positive results.
Being well practiced is one method of building upon your best assets. Knowing your full set of game skills is the best step in reducing the time it takes to get your game back on track.
Trust yourself and your decision making process when under the gun in competition.
The greatest bowling strength you can achieve is using the powers of your mind and the ability to trust your decision making.