Archive for the 'Bowling' Category

Practising The Explosion Or Release

Friday, October 14th, 2005

You can have a smooth delivery and a wonderfully coordinated approach, but if the manner in which you release the ball isn’t right, then you are going to be just another duffer. Practice the proper release. You can even do it at home. Keep your wrist straight and firm. Here’s the “perfect” wrist following release. […]

Comfortable Sport Dresses

Sunday, October 9th, 2005

The sole of the right shoe is rubber, to help you to brake or slow down as you approach the foul line; it also gives you the necessary traction as you start. The sole of the left shoe is leather, allowing that foot to slide on the fourth or final step.You’ll also need a bowling […]

Use The Fingertip Styles

Wednesday, October 5th, 2005

Professional stars you meet may be using a fingertip or semi-fingertip ball. But I recommend the conventional grip (the one I’ve described above) for almost every bowler. Pros use the fingertip styles to get more hooking action in their delivery; but unless you completely familiarize yourself with all of the subtleties of “lift” and “turn,” […]

Equipments Needed For Bowling

Friday, September 30th, 2005

Although it isn’t necessary to own your own equipment in order to enjoy bowling, I strongly recommend that you do. All bowling centers have “house balls” available for use at no charge to customers, and your local bowling center will rent bowling shoes. But you’ll find your scores mount when you have equipment fitted to […]

Introduction to Bowling

Monday, September 26th, 2005

Bowling wasn’t always as it is today. It wasn’t too long ago that the sport with its unreliable pin boys and its dark and cloistered settings was on a social par with love-making on the front stoop. In Old Forge, Pennsylvania (my home town), and in just about every other small American town, one never […]