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• Mike Shady is a silver level certified bowling coach and a coach for Team USA bowling.
• In this learn to bowl video, Coach Shady helps you W.I.N. every shot and be mentally prepared to make your best shot each and every time you bowl.
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25 Comments on “The Bowling W.I.N. Method. How to be YOUR Best, One Shot at a Time!”

  1. Here’s the feedback I get if I throw a good shot. Stable at the line, feel the ball come my off fingers right and where the ball exists the deck. That’s all the feedback I need.

  2. This would not be my chosen method. I wipe the shoe before the shot. How bout just a good exhale when walking back off the approach..

    1. I think the point is whatever bright-line type of thing you can do that tells you both consciously and subconsciously “Hey, that shot is over, I can’t have it back (if it’s bad) and I don’t get to reuse it (if it’s good). It’s just over. Now focus on the next shot because it’s the only one that counts.”

      If that’s an exhale, a shoe rub, a cartwheel, or whatnot makes no difference. What matters is that you do it every time and really say (out loud or to yourself) “That shot is done. On to the next one.”

      One woman I bowl with ALWAYS looks down to see what board she landed on. I always thought it was funny, but then I asked her why she did that after every shot and she said it was how she got rid of the last shot in her head and how she started preparing for the next one. This isn’t a foreign concept limited just to bowling either. Jordy Mercer (professional baseball player) touches a medallion he always wears under his shirt for the same reason.

      There is something very beneficial that happens when we connect the mental process to a physical act. Try it. Do it every time. You will be amazed how much better you can remain focused and transcend all the distractions that emerge between your ears from shot to shot.

  3. Great tip Coach Shady. I used it in practice after watching this and it works. It gets me in the present and forget the past. Thank you

  4. So many people dwell on the physical game; footwork, swing, rev rate, etc, etc, etc, etc. But they forget about the mental aspect of bowling.

    I once asked Marshall Holman what he thought the greatest difference between an amateur and a pro was and he said this, “At this (pro) level, everyone’s physical game is about the same. That means that 90% of the game becomes mental while only 10% is physical. So, the guys that can stay focused can really separate themselves from the rest of the field.” (Or something close to that – it was 20+ years ago after all!) But, I’ve never forgotten what he said. And, Coach Shady’s “one shot warrior” philosophy falls right in line with what Marshall Holman once said to a young me so many years ago.

    Excellent video coach!!

  5. Mind Set is everything… that mental and physical release to get back to the present… Great Content as I head back to the lanes tonight! One Shot, One Frame at a Time…Thanks Coach Shady and Mike! #insidebowling 🤙🏽😊🤙🏽

  6. Jack Nicklaus says the same thing about golf the Coach Shady says. You can only play one shot at a time. I usually will grab my ball, tell myself “I got this”, then proceed to align myself and focus on my spot to convert my next shot.

  7. Another great tip after I make a bad shot sometimes I retire my shoe and back in present. Thanks again.

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