Your Strongest Bowling Talent
Do you know and understand your strongest bowling talent?
Most experienced and skilled bowlers have strong and dominant parts of their games.
Perhaps you have something you do extremely well and has been the cornerstone to your bowling successes.
The old bowling adage that working on your strengths so your weaknesses will disappear has merit so long as you trust yourself and believe in what you know you do best.
Regardless of which physical or mental element of your game you know to be your best asset, it is important to not abandon that strength at the first sign of struggling on the lanes.
Identify which physical game fundamental you excel with or which mental strategy serves you best during the heat of competition and then build on these strengths.
Successful bowling instructors will steer you to knowing the best features of your game and and advise you to retain these strengths during practice sessions and during competition.
Physical game keys are an important parts of your game but not always your best assets.
Your best asset will become your ability to make concise decisions on the lanes and use your skills to adjust to changing conditions while also trusting in your physical skills.
Your best asset when you are bowling to your full potential is your ability to adapt to the challenges in front of you during competition and not second-guess your decisions and what you know you must do.
Making swift decisions on the lanes and using the tools you have developed over the years are the strengths which may rely upon.
Don’t abandon what you know you do best but rather build your adjustment checklist around the core strengths of your game.
Being well practiced is one method of building upon your best assets but knowing your set of game skills is the real step to reducing the time it takes to get your game back on track.
Trust yourself and your decision making process and believe in your game when in the heat of competition. The greatest bowling strength any player can achieve is the power of the mind and the ability to trust decision making.