Bowling Variables Alter Your Ball Reaction
By: bowlingball.com, 8/29/16
When you need to make adjustments during competition, it is generally because you are not getting a desired ball reaction.
Bowling variables alter your ball reaction. Any adjustment to your physical game or to the angle of attack to the pocket you choose or to the bowling ball you are using all can alter your ball reaction.
Identifying which variable is needed most and needed first is the challenge you, as a talented and advance bowler, face during competition when lane conditions change or when you lose a reliable ball reaction.
The very first variable you must use as an initial adjustment is your mind.
You must first reason which of the many physical game adjustments is likely going to be an immediate solution to altering an unintended ball reaction.
If a physical game adjustment is not the answer, you must reason out if you need a simple angle of attack adjustment or if you need a ball change?
In any case, you must first commit to which variable gives you the best chance at achieving the ball reaction you seek.
A commitment with resolve to use the right variable available to you is the first key needed for you to develop a strong mental game.
Next, you must narrow your range of physical game adjustments to those which you know you have the capability of using and using effectively.
Variables you will have some control with are, as examples, your ball speed, loft distance, axis tilt and rotation, rev rate (produced by your release technique), delivery path angle, sight target location, choice of equipment, drilling layouts, and ball surface texture.
Learn to use only the variables you trust proven to work in previous competitions as effective adjustments to your ball reaction.
Of course, it requires experience from these past competitions to develop trust in your adjustments and in your physical game capabilities.
It also requires keeping your variables well tuned or practiced. Thinking about doing something is quite different than doing the task.
In each case, these variables can become simple adjustments you can master if you develop the right technique in each case and practice using them when it counts.
All top tier players use adjustment variables they trust when playing the lanes to alter and control their bowling ball reaction.
No adjustment works every time. Be ready to use alternative variable adjustments. Practice your release technique range to add or reduce ball skid distance. Work on developing a controlled ball speed in a range of effectiveness you know you can use during competition. Trust your swing and walking path as well as your targeting alignment. Be prepared to use any variable to alter your ball reaction as needed.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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