Controlling Ball Speed in Bowling

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Get tips on how to correctly control your ball speed when bowling on oily or dry lanes in this free instructional sports video.

Part of the Video Series: Advanced Bowling Tips
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Video Transcript

Tonight we're going to work and walk you through some advance bowling techniques so you can improve your game. Another very important part of playing the lane is the ability to speed up the ball or slow down the ball. Generally you'll find most bowlers as you see in the middle right about waist high just not to the side, this gets you reasonable amount of speed down the lane. When you get it into conditions that are a little dryer and you have to increase the speed of the ball the ball want to move up. The ball would be up and at this point you would present the ball and the ball will get a longer arch. The longer swing to the ball would be to get the ball down to the lane, bowling in oily condition means we got a lot of oil early and we have to get the ball hooked roll earlier at that point the ball goes down. And again the motion is very compact the ball speed is slower, your feet will be quicker the ball is hooked down the lane. So again when you're playing a dry lane the ball comes up oily lanes the ball comes down. (bowling)


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