Finding the motivation to practice doesn’t always come easy. Getting out of the house and making time in your busy schedule can be hard at times. Use these 5 tips to help keep your practice consistent and stay motivated.
When it comes to bowling balls, there’s no shortage of options on the market. With several different brands to choose from all offering a full range of products, it can be overwhelming when trying to make a selection. One question, perhaps the most important, you need to ask yourself is how many bowling balls do you need.
In a previous article, we took a look at an example of a complete bag setup for league bowlers. Starting with the bag itself, we covered everything that we feel is necessary to set up the average league bowler for success, including bowling balls, shoes, accessories and any extras. In this article we’ll focus on the tournament bowler and take a look inside a complete tournament setup.
Take a look into what we could consider a complete league bag setup. This list covers all the necessities for most casual league bowlers. Keep in mind you do have other alternatives to the items we’ve highlighted. Some people might carry more than what we have listed, while some may not need everything we’ve covered.
Bowling is one of the most popular recreational activities on the planet. And for good reason; it’s accessible to almost anyone. In this article, we’ll provide 5 of our tips for beginner bowlers who are looking to get more into the sport.
Like any pair of shoes, your bowling shoes will see normal wear and tear throughout the year. Avid bowlers may go through multiple pairs of bowling shoes in a single season. With a little care, you can help your bowling shoes last longer and perform better.
In the previous two articles we examined the variables that determine how much a bowling ball hooks, that are controlled by the bowler, and the type of ball you purchase. This time we will look at how the ball driller can affect ball performance.
In this article, we will take a look at the bowling ball variables. You know, all that mumbo jumbo that ball companies post on their website to make their ball look impressive. Well I am here to clear up some of that confusion and show you that it’s not that complicated after all.
So, you want to buy a hook ball. Start saving your money. But not for the most expensive ball on the market, but instead for lessons from a USA Bowling Certified Coach. Because you can’t buy a hook ball, you throw one.
Restoring your ball speed to a consistent standard is an important part of repeating shots. It’s nearly impossible to hit the same mark on the lanes, and see a consistent ball reaction, without consistent ball speed.