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9 Comments on “Analyzing The Professional Approach for the Modern Game of Bowling | One Handed Style”
Waiting on the 2 handed video 👏
Don’t worry that’s coming…
Same I’m new to two handed and there’s little content that’s informative about the subject
Really hope Jason Belmonte is there, that would be cool
Well Ron….I’m an old guy….I’ve had many lessons over the years by very notable people…first I have to say that I met you in vegas a couple of years ago….I did not recognize your logo or that it even had any thing to do with bowling, my initial thoughts were, this guy would make a hell of a salesman, later I also met your mom and dad, I saw where you got your traits from…I use your products and have recommended them to my friends…now on to the video, this is one of the best if not the best instructional vid I have ever seen, I thank you for this presentation……This is not your grandad’s bowling game…..
Nice video 🙂 . About knee continuation : i’m not sure it helps “transfer more power”, because the knee continuation occurs AFTER the release of the ball (with a few exceptions). It probably helps us being smooth with the transfer of kinetic energy, and it sure helps decelerate more safely, by not putting a lot of abrupt strain on the muscles and tendons of the hip, leg, and knee. And it happens naturally as the body needs to do it when sliding.
About “crossover step” : probably not the best term as the foot does not cross over the other foot, but goes in front of the other foot. In that sense, crossing over would be too much for the hips as you mention later.
10:55 : spelling mistake ( “to” instead of “too” ) 😛 (grammar nazi alert ! lol ).
Bill Freitas ! Ah we’re Facebook buddies. Hi Bill !
We actually tweaked it and reloaded it. So I’m a couple of days this version will be deleted and the other version will remain. Thanks for the feedback.
Hi! Without knee continuation there is a loss of power transferred due to the bowler having to decelerate rather than absorb the torque.
I hate the term crossover as it is a misnomer but it is an industry standard term (for now).
Great job!! This is the best video that I’ve seen of yours on YouTube bro. 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼