Home
Promoting Versatility, Power, Accuracy, Repeatability & Knowledge for Bowlers of the World!

Newsflash

"training is getting better - on Sunday,I became Croatian Champion in the mix doubles with an average 180 in qualifying rounds, 204 in the semifinals & finals 214.I was soooooo happy that day.....work pays off!," writes Croatian bowler Daniela Funda, who attended my camp in December in Zagreb as well as did a 2-day lesson and fit change Feb 16 & 17 2013.  She was averaging 165 at the time.
 

PHYSICAL GAME PHYSICAL GAME DRILLS LANE PLAY BOWLING BALL SPORT SCIENCE in BOWLING MENTAL GAME BOWLING TALK COMMENTARY

Login Form






Lost Password?
No account yet? Register

Syndicate

Polls

What is your primary identity?
 
On the bowlingknowlede.info site, what is your most valuable section?
 
If Coach Slowinski were to hit the road and do a clinic in your area, what topics would you like to
 

Who's Online


Designed by:
Joomla Templates
a Joomla Hosting Company
USBC Gold Coach Joe Slowinski, BJI Top 100 Coach, IBPSIA Certified Pro Shop Technician & PBA Member
Humidity Impacts Topography
Written by Joe Slowinski   
Tuesday, 26 March 2013

When a synthetic panel is applied over a wood lane, humidity can greatly impact topography.  When humidity levels are higher, the wood will absorb the moisture and expand.  Conversely, when humidity levels lower, moisture from the wood is reduced and it will contract.  This can greatly change the shape of the panel on top of it.

 

Click here to see the image

Last Updated ( Friday, 12 July 2013 )
 
El Dorado & El Diablo: Understanding Good and Bad Friction
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."

 CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD the ARTICLE (2.96 MB in PDF)

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 March 2013 )
 
Assessing Lift & Forward Spine Tilt (and more)
Written by Joe Slowinski   
Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Image In the March 2013 Slowinski at-large, I discuss ways to complete a more in-depth analysis with quantifiable measures.  These include measuring lift inefficiency, swing start type and forward trunk angle, approach consistency (foot speed and step length) as well as the downswing angle.  By quantifying these movements, we can more accurate illustrate the need for change as well as an objective measure of change.

Download the article here in PDF

 
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>

Results 13 - 16 of 170

Advertisement

Copyright 2006 - 2007bowlingknowledge.info, Powered by Joomla, Web hosting by Siteground