By: bowlingball.com, 3/11/17
Are you are bowling poorly?
There are a few simple tips to get you going again:
*Count cadence. When walking to the foul line, count the pace of each step to ensure you are not hurrying your steps beyond your normal bowling pace.
*Free your arm swing tension. Avoid squeezing your bowling ball using excessive gripping pressure. Free tension in your legs, neck and shoulder muscles as well.
*Follow-through with your swing without decelerating the forward swing tempo.
*Keep your head as motionless as possible throughout your approach. This tip helps you stabilize your upper body and retain good balance.
*Focus on your sight target on the lane and take dead aim.
*Avoid overlooking routine spares. Pay full attention to converting spares. Reduce the number of open frames by paying attention to every spare.
Give these tips a try when you feel you are bowling poorly. These tips will work when you are bowling in competition because they are simple to use and to think about.
It is the small things which can turn your game around quickly if you learn to identify which keys trigger your game back into form. Bowling is a game of timing and tempo. Your steps should be matched with your swing tempo so you bowl at or nearly at the same pace each delivery. Relax and bowl.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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