How To Fix Your Timing In Bowling! Drills That I Use To Help With My Game!

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16 Comments on “How To Fix Your Timing In Bowling! Drills That I Use To Help With My Game!”

  1. Was hoping to see some educational content from you and here it is! Digging the continued clean shave and looking forward to more educational stuff in addition to the ball reviews and tier lists 😀

  2. ❤Only for fans over 18 year⤵️ Alles sehr schön. Aber zuerst zusammen die Nummern 10 und 1. Eine warmthhh.Online Brünette und eine andere Blondine. Es wäre unfair, wennq ich 4 wählen würde

  3. Per Mark Baker, arm is parallel to floor when slide foot planted in front of face at beginning of slide. 99.999% of HOF Members are here as well as current touring pros. Take a side video to determine this. You may be closer to “perfect” than you think.

    1. Agreed his issues are shoulder alignment and balance he can correct this by proper use of the left arm having it out more to the left with thumb pointing down stops the over rotation of the right shoulder.

  4. The way Mark Baker prefers timing to be is when your slide foot first gets flat in your slide he want your arm level with the floor you are just barely late in this method of measuring timing, what I see is your balance needs improvement and the pulling issues are more to do with your shoulder alignment this can be corrected by using your left arm properly with it out more to the left with thumb pointing down

  5. Training / educational videos can be super helpful! Definitely going to try 4 step approach again. Can’t get any timing constancy using 5 steps, even though it feels more natural/relaxed than a 4 step. Great information here.

  6. Luis also note the one step should be done with around 60% effort as if you look at your video every time you put more on it you lose your balance. The perfect ball speed ( Timing ) for every bowler is as firm as you can ( ROLL IT ) without losing balance.

  7. keep the educational videos flowing. I bowl for fun and don’t have a coach, so these are extremely helpful! Unfortunately, I only bowl about 10 games per week… I wish I could bowl more often!

  8. Looks like the 4 step helps you to start the ball right when you start the approach, which is how it should be. With your 5 step, it seems like you start your arm swing almost in your 3rd step.

  9. I’m a 4 stepper. Tried going to 5 to increase velo but just doesn’t feel as smooth as 4…felt like I was always playing catch up with my swing and just didn’t have right flow.

  10. Last year during the summer I switched from 5 steps to 4 steps. I thought to myself if Parker Bohn can look so good with his four step approach I should too. Once I got into it I automatically started to get going forward much more quickly and I noticed that my ball speed increased quite a bit. I saw especially my spare shots went from 14 or 15 mph up to 18 mph and higher. My accuracy seemed to be better as well. Again I thought to myself that I should have done this years ago. 🙂

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