HOT OFF THE PRESS - ISSUE #16

One of the biggest misconceptions in bowling has to do with the pushaway. Bowlers know they need to get the ball clear of their hips as they approach, but often will try to ...
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HOT OFF THE PRESS - ISSUE #15

Do you ever show up to a league or a tournament, or even open play, and wonder where you should be playing on the lane? A lot of players have their favorite spot to stand and ...
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HOT OFF THE PRESS - ISSUE #14

When I think of topography, I usually think of hilly, mountainous areas in nature, but "topography" has become a pretty popular buzzword in bowling. What does it mean when we ...
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HOT OFF THE PRESS - ISSUE #13

One of the most important aspects of learning and improving your lane play actually deals with another piece of equipment altogether: the bowling ball.
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HOT OFF THE PRESS - ISSUE #12

As we continue to talk about lane play and think back to having gone over the actual materials (wood vs. synthetic) and all the markings and their meanings on the lanes, we ...
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HOT OFF THE PRESS - ISSUE #11

As we get into lane play, it's important to know what all the markings on the lanes mean, where they are and why they're there. "Playing second arrow" doesn't mean much if you ...
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HOT OFF THE PRESS - ISSUE #10

Over the next several episodes, we're going to be talking about lane play, which is one of the most detailed and yet also most overlooked aspects of the game. As we go through, ...
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HOT OFF THE PRESS - ISSUE #9

We've been talking a lot about surface recently-what it is, why it's important and how to use it (or the lack of it) to your advantage while you're bowling. But if you've been ...
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HOT OFF THE PRESS - ISSUE #8

In the last several episodes, we've talked about what surface adjustments are, how to apply them and a little about how they work in practice. Today, we're going to show you ...
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HOT OFF THE PRESS - ISSUE #7

In our last episode, we used our surface scanner to determine if the grits denoted on sanding pads actually corresponded to the grit they generate on the bowling ball. What we ...
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