The year 2018 is a year filled with promise, and you need to make sure the changes you make reflect on all the things that you do, including bowling. You need to try to finish the year much better than you started it, and it all begins with taking some action.
Here are a few suggestions that can help you bowl better.
Upgrade Your Tools and Techniques
One of the best ways to make the year fruitful in your bowling career is to upgrade the tools you use for bowling. Make sure you have the best bowling ball, the perfect gear and anything else. If you need to bowl perfectly, you also need to have the right tools.
You also need to check on the techniques. Times change, and with this change come more promise. You need to, therefore, go with the times that are if you want to up your game and win more medals as you have fun. One thing you need to understand is the role of core type and performance. You ought to make sure you understand how the core affects your ability to play better, and find a way to make it work for you. Here is more information on core performance to help you know better.
Whether you are a beginner or a high-end bowler, one of the things that you overlook is fitness. Just because you rely on your grip to a bowl does not mean the rest of the body does not have to be unfit.
Let us look at some of the warming sigs that your grip needs some adjustment:
If you experience pain when you bowl, then you have an issue with the grip. Did you know that the pain you are experiencing in your shoulder, elbow, and arm can be linked to poor fitness and improper bowling technique?
While there are so many reasons why you are experiencing pain, you need to rule out the possibility of the grip by having it checked.
If you experience any blisters on the skin, you need to know that it isn’t something you ought to be proud of. Instead, you need to know that either you are using the wrong technique or you are unfit. Blisters usually come by because of excessive grip pressure on the bowling ball. It also occurs due to improper sizing of the hole. Blisters result in painful pitches that affect your throw.
Make sure you follow these tips to stay ahead of the game.