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When it rains it pours! Aldo Samperio from the first camp in Mexico shot 300 last night. And, Arturo Gonzalez, from the 2nd camp in Mexico City, shot his first 300 last night at a different bowling center. And, a few days ago, Victor Vazquez from the 2nd camp shot 289. Lina Garcia Jimenez shot her first ever 700 on February 21st. Both camps were completed in mid to late January. Six weeks+ after training is often a breakthrough moment!  Coach Slowinski Conducted 13 days of training in Mexico City and the State of Mexico in January 2013.
 

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El Dorado & El Diablo: Understanding Good and Bad Friction PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joe Slowinski   
Friday, 08 March 2013

Image AVAILABLE NOW - In  the April 2013 Slowinski at large in Bowling This Month.  El Dorado & El Diablo: Understanding Good and Bad Friction.  "In this month’s issue of Slowinski at large, I present the story of El Dorado and El Diablo, a timeless story of lane play good and evil.  To illustrate, the main characters in our story represent good or bad friction.  What you will learn in this story is a fundamental lesson.  Specifically, the moral of the story is get to El Dorado but avoid El Diablo.  With this simple concept, you can increase your margin of error and maintain higher scores."

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 March 2013 )
 
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