In 2-handed bowling, you don’t only need ball rev but also speed to have more strikes and carry. This article will show you simple tips to adjust your bowling ball speed, especially for 2 handed players. Continue reading How to Bowl with the 2 Handed Style: Key to adjust ball speed? (Part 5)
In the previous part, we talked about how to aim and swing in 2 handed bowling. This time, I will help you complete your swing with 2 types of swing planes for happy rolling: Continue reading How to Bowl with the 2 Handed Style: Create Your Swing Plane (Part 3)
In the last part, we already know the basic concept of 2 handed bowling. In this video, I will show you how to aim and swing. These are the 2 basic and simple steps to help you enjoy 2 handed bowling from the scratch.
There are two types of bowling styles on earth at the time of speaking, 1-handed and 2-handed. The names have explained themselves. Most of the players in the world of bowling start with 1 hand because it can be seen as the conventional style. But, till recently, the 2 handed players have emerged as a powerhouse with dominant revolutions and carry.
I have been playing bowling for over ten years at the amateur level and have invested quite a long time chasing the master of bowling techniques. But one day, I asked myself why I needed that much training to master these skills? Is bowling, initially a recreational activity, that much difficult?
Does the two-handed bowling style appeal to you? Do you like the ability to generate all those RPMs on your bowling balls? Do you want to master this skill while staying away from the pitfalls of two-handed bowling? Today we’re going to highlight the five biggest misconceptions that new two-handed bowlers make, especially those who switch from 1 to 2handed style.
Bowling techniques have evolved across many generations. One of the latest and most popular techniques in bowling is the two-handed approach. Although not many bowlers are fans of this approach, two-handed bowling is rapidly increasing in popularity and acceptance among bowlers.
A lot of bowlers in the internet age have been searching YouTube and other sources for those marvelous, slow-motion videos of all the pros’ releases. We want to see every inch of our favorite bowler’s release, in super slow-motion and in high definition. We try to copy-and-paste that release right into our own game. I say “we” because I have been guilty of the copy-and-paste routine myself for years, with very mixed results. Continue reading How YouTube videos can mislead your bowling release
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you are having a really bad game? Maybe you are in the sixth frame and it looks like you are on your way to being 20 or 30 pins behind your average? We have all been there. What about the situation where you’ve made great shots off your hand in the first and third frames and you leave a ringing corner pin and miss it. Then you leave a solid eight or nine pin, and because you are a bit upset, you grab your spare bowling ball and yank the next one for the big four split. Continue reading How To Control Your Temper While Bowling
Recently at a local sport shot tournament conducted on wood I was told, “It did not play the way it was supposed to.” Surface, surface, surface. So often overlooked, so important.