|1. Have good timing in your bowling approach|
Not having good timing in your approach can cause your arm swing and foot work to be out of sequence or have too early or too late timing... This early or late timing can cause you to be off balance at the end of your approach and in turn make you have trouble hitting your intended target... Then you could ether pull your shot to the left or miss right of target and your bowling ball will not recover back to the 1,3 pocket, (This is for right handed bowlers reverse this for left handers).
2. Have a Natural Consistent Slide
It is imperative that you have a consistent natural slide with a smooth approach to help prevent these types of timing problems in your bowling.
3. Keep a Smooth Approach
Your approach should be smooth and fluent and in harmony not choppy and you should not march up there like a soldier. You should have a medium slide with your release and hand position of your bowling ball at about your ankle. Again your arm swing, footwork, and your release position should all be in harmony and in rhythm much like a small dance.
4. Have Good Extension of your Follow Through After Release
Do not forget to follow through after your bowling ball is released make sure you have good extension of your follow through in a direct line toward your target as your follow-through is an extension of your bowling ball and release.
The main cause of timing problems in bowling is in your approach.
If your footwork and your body are not is harmony you could get early or late timing.
This early or late timing can cause you to be off balance at the end of your approach...
Your approach should be smooth and fluent and in harmony with your arms swing, footwork, and release position.
Do not forget to follow through as this is a very important part of the extension of your bowling ball and release.
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