Five Step Bowling Approach for Bowling

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Learn to bowl using the five step approach with professional tips and techniques in this free bowling lesson video.

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Hi, I am Ed Kramarcik, PBA member and AMF staff player, and today I am going to go over approach: taking your four-step versus you five-step. Any questions you can reach me at my website at www.riptherackbowling.com, or visit me at my pro shop at Rip the Rack here in Longwood-Orlando, Florida. I am going to go over a five-step approach right now, and I am going to demo it for you, to give you an idea of the difference between four steps and five steps. A five-step approach, what you do is you set up on the lane, hold the ball comfortable to your waist side, and when you push the ball away, you hold the ball until your second step. So on your first step, your ball does not go in motion; on your second step, you will notice that I am going to push the ball on my second step. What that does is that keeps me in time to be square at the foul line, to follow through on a shot, and to get more strikes. I am going to demo this; and just keep an eye on it. It is going to be, like I say, on your second step you are going to push the ball, so first step the ball does not move. Here we go, one – two – three – four – five. With a five-step approach, you hold the ball; it does not go in motion until your second step. So you take your first step and the ball stays right in place. On your second step, you move the ball out; that is right in time, that is your second step. Your third step is hands back…fourth step…and your fifth step you push away. So you go through the ball, you square at the line, you are not sideways, follow through on the shot, and you will be successful. Good luck and bowl a good game.

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