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Written by Joe Slowinski   
Sunday, 30 March 2008
Joe Slowinski has joined Kegel to work as a member of the Training Center team. He will be a Master Teaching Professional.  In addition to working as a coach and pro shop technician, Slowinski will be responsible to develop new programs and training materials especially to support high school, college and international teams and their coaches.  He will also be collaborating with Training Center staff on the development of a new Kegel training manual for bowlers.  He will also be collaborating with Training Center staff on the development of a new Kegel Training Center manual designed to teach bowlers the most important elements of the modern game and how-to adapt these critical areas into their own game.  To learn more about the Training Center click here.  Read more about Joe joining Kegel by clicking read more. “I am extremely excited to join the number one training facility in the world and look forward with great enthusiasm to working as a colleague with the world-class team at Kegel,” said Slowinski.  Slowinski joins USBC Gold-Level Coach and 2-time PBA champion Del Warren as well as Randy Stoughton, previous tour rep for Ebonite for both the men's and women's Tour.  This is certainly a knowledgeable team with 90 years of coaching experience between these three.

Slowinski joins Kegel after serving as the Director of Coaching and Coach Certification for the National Sports Council of Malaysia, for the past two years.  He is also a contributing writer to Bowling This Month in his monthly Slowinski at-large column.

Slowinski brings expertise in team and individual training program development, the utilization of sports science in bowling as well as adapting research to bowling.  In recent years, he has developed new methods for improving release variation as well as adapting advanced lane play strategies. 

“As someone who cares deeply about this sport, it is professionally rewarding to have the opportunity to join a company that shares my passion for actively working to improve the sport of bowling,” added Slowinski.  “I want to thank both John Davis and Del Warren for this great opportunity!”

Slowinski is a USBC Silver-Level coach, PBA member and an IPBSIA certified pro shop technician with 24 years of coaching experience. In 2005, 2006 and 2007, Slowinski was recognized as a Top 100 Coach by Bowlers Journal International
Last Updated ( Sunday, 30 March 2008 )
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