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Dexter Men's SST 8 SE Black Grey/Alloy Reviewed By: r0me0_fm@yahoo.com 01/16/2012 18:17 ( stars)

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About the Bowler
Bowling Hand    Left Handed
Experience    Advanced (I have bowled in a league)
League Average    165
Ball Speed    Medium
I haven't received my order of Dexter SST 8 SE but I know this is the type of bowling shoe's that I've been wanting to have with my style of bowling.

My style in practice format is I bowl ambidextrious format for practice to help me with my training to help me focus and concentration technique. And not only that but endurance and stamina, because when I get through bowling 2 games one left and one right I'm already sweating like doing aerobics or doing some kind of strength training at the gym.

People tell me, it'd be impressive to see someone bowl left and right hand. So I've basically used my right hand experience and apply my knowledge and wisdom to my lefthand in order to bowl ambidextrious style. Unfortunately I wished USBC would've let us ambidextrious bowl in a baker style format for doubles tournaments. It'll be somewhat amazing to see 2 people versus one person with left and right average.

Since USBC considers left and right to be seperate average, why not let people bowl in doubles tournament lefthand and righthand then we can see in this millenium... "Is two heads better than one?" lol Then we can truely see how impressive it is one heads/person beating two heads/people.

It's still fair play after all, because left and right is considered 2 different average.

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