KTC Bowling Tips Del Warren: Perfecting the Armswing

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USBC Gold Coach and VP of KTC: Del Warren is talking about the keys to perfecting the armswing for bowling.

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    1. it requires a tremendous amount of practice to get good, physically at bowling, then at the highest levels it becomes a mental game too.

    2. Hooking the ball and striking is hard. I throw straight and average a 150. Getting more than 150 requires almost all spares or a streak of strikes

    1. For a wheelchair bowler you would want to try to accomplish the same thing and get the ball as close to under the shoulder as you can. Normally by angling the chair and leaning over the arm you can accomplish the same fundamentals.

    2. i’ll have to try this tonight when I practice. i am trying to get higher than a 110 average I’ve had over the last 3 years

  1. very helpful tip. Letโ€™s me know Iโ€™m holding the ball to far to the right in my setup. And that Iโ€™m starting my swing with the ball on the outside of my swing path.

  2. Like in golf everyone swing is different. All that matters is where it ends up. I start with the arm straight down by my side and do very well. Average around 210

    1. My bowling game average score is 140 with gutter block thing and my bowling game average score is 108 without gutter block thing.

    2. @Michael Altman I am 64. I bowl once a week on a Senior league. I do not even know what pattern they use for us.

  3. Great Bowling Tips – Thank You For This Valuable Information.
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  5. 2:21 Yes!!!! it does clear some things up and it does make perfect sense. I just hope my brain can send the right signals to my arm and hand at the right time.

  6. Great Bowling Tips – Thank You For This Valuable Information.
    We Have Tips Too. and Will Be Share and Posting Your Videos On Our Fanpage and Websites and Blogs!

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    Thank You Again!

  8. When5 I throw the ball I always throw across my body any suggestions how to fix this will this work?

    1. Usually crossing over the body is related to the swing going around the hips. I would first video and see where the ball path goes offline then work on checking the body alignment and tilt to see how what is causing the ball to get off the line of play.

  9. can you talk about the crossover step? if the ball replaces the leg then the leg must crossover? or, does the hip bend/shoulder tilt care for that (getting the leg out of the way without an intentional crossover step)?

    1. You definitely need the crossover steps. This is how you want to create the slot for the ball to stay on the line of play.

  10. any advice for a wheelchair bowler on this issue? also on how to possibly gain at least 1MPH on ball speed? i currently throw around 10mph. id like to gain just a tad more speed.

  11. Del Warren is awesome! My bucket list is to go to the KTC and take lessons from
    Del Warren. There is no better training center. Del Warren too is a great coach.

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