Set A Bowling Tempo Regardless Of Your Style
By: bowlingball.com, 12/6/16
Set a bowling tempo regardless of your style.
No matter how you bowl or how good you bowl, it is key to get the most out of your game skills if you establish an overall tempo with your pre-shot routine, with your steps, and with your swing and release.
With an established routine, you can keep your normal game in tune and make simple adjustments during competition when needed.
It really does not matter if you are a two handed bowler, a one handed power player, a control player delivering a slight hook, or a beginner trying to learn the game.
You must develop a repeatable tempo to make consistent shots.
Consistent shots lead to bowling accuracy.
It is important to coordinate both your pre-shot routine with your steps and swing movements so you develop this notion of a repeatable style.
When you develop ball speed control because of your overall tempo being repeatable, you also benefit from gaining a reliable ball reaction.
Every bowler wants a consistent ball reaction. Top players understand that getting a good ball reaction comes with good physical game technique and with using the right bowling ball at the right time.
The point is not only you need to establish a good bowling tempo, you must additionally keep your bowling ball surfaces maintained and ready for use.
There is no one bowling tip which answers every need for every bowler. Simply put, it does not exist.
What we do know, however, is that to maximize your skills no matter how you bowl or what your experience level is, building a repeatable bowling tempo, learning to play the lanes sensibly, and having your equipment prepared to match lane conditions are the major keys to bowling success.
When your steps and swing move at a steady pace, one which is both natural to your usual walking pace and one which allows you to be tension free when swinging your ball, your ability to repeat quality shots improves.
Accuracy is developed by virtue of approach tempo. Be as natural as possible when in competition and avoid forcing your swing and release.
Another factor affecting good tempo is bowling balance. In your pre-shot routine, you have the opportunity to set your body in an athletic posture where you are balanced and ready to begin your steps and swing movements. Stabilize your upper body with little or no head movement as you walk and swing your ball. Retain good body posture throughout your approach. These are all good keys which help set a bowling tempo regardless of your style.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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