Hi guys, thank you for supporting my bowling lessons for 2 handed bowling over the past period. I’ve received quite many comments and messages asking about the concept of releasing the ball. I also try to ask myself how I can explain this concept to a newbie bowler, to help them quickly understand and execute the release. If you want to have a powerful yet effortless and consistent 2 handed release, this article is for you.
According to my observation, many newbie 2-handed bowlers have an awkward feeling when adopting the 2-handed style. I wonder if we can have simple steps for anyone to start bowling with 2 hands and quickly enjoy the game? I found it and would love to share it with you guys in this article.
When entering the world of bowling, you must have heard about “stay behind the ball” all the time. But do you truly know what it means and how to stay behind the ball? This article will unveil one of the biggest myths in bowling. After this video, I’m sure that “stay behind the ball” is no longer your challenge if you struggling with it.
If you often feel uncomfortable with your approach and frustrated with accuracy, the problem lies in the timing. I came to this conclusion, after a long time of struggling with the release and accuracy. So, in this video, I will explain and help you enhance your timing.
Have you ever wondered why Jason Belmonte drifts left when starting his approach? This seems to be the world’s best bowler’s signature movement. I asked myself if I should try and copy this technique for my usage. And I did. This video will explain the benefit of the drifting approach for two-handed bowlers, and how to control it.
The strike or a good shot results from several sequences of the approach. We often focus only on the release while forgetting the whole process, which can make or break a good shot and dictate your bowling style.
In the previous article, we discussed optimizing the arm swing of 2-handed bowlers. Today, I’ll help you optimize your accuracy by understanding the aiming system. This is a must-have tool for every bowler who wants to leverage themselves from “good” to “great”.
Most two-handed bowlers struggle with ball speed and accuracy.
The main reason behind it is the non-optimal biomechanics of the arm swing. This article will help you optimize the ball speed and accuracy under the view of biomechanics.
People say great bowlers must have versatility and I agree. They have special abilities to manipulate the ball’s motion to strike more than others.
This article will reveal the secret of manipulating the ball motion for two-handed bowlers. Keep reading!
One of bowling’s greatest sources of frustration is the 10-pin. It’s typically the hardest single-pin spare to pick up, and it often remains standing after what seemed like a perfect strike ball. But your score will be badly hurt if you can not spare it.