Learn how to hook a bowling ball like the PBA professionals with these three simple tips!
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19 Comments on “How To Hook A Bowling Ball Like The Pros”
Good spare Brad lol
Just wanna say thanks to Brad and Kyle for helping me get better at bowling. I’m not a member but I watched alot of ur tutorial since I started 4 months ago. I started as 120 average and now I’m at 190 within months. Just wanted say THANK YOU and keep it up with ur tutorial vids and vlogs.
Nice to see you guys back again, doing what you do best. Great advice as always. In my own game, I’ve realized that I’m making improvements to bowl higher scores and increase my average. I bowled a 518 series last night, despite my first game being a few pins under my average. Thank you Brad and Kyle for all of your bowling tips and helping your fans become better bowlers.
You guys have no idea how much you’ve helped me in bowling I was at high up 185pts a games to 217pts those tips and tricks have made so much of a difference thank you so much!
you also need to remember that on TV the speed is measured right at release. Those pros that shoot 19mph would probably be 17mph on a house lane where they get the speed of the ball way down lane.
Bowled my first 300 not to long ago thanks to tips from you guys plus my coach love the videos and content 👌
Good video guys. Bowling for 45 years and I still need to be reminded of these things from time to time. Especially ball speed, I throw it 18 mph and backing off to something like 16 – 16.5 is hard for me to maintain consistently. I know that after 4 or 5 shots that I’m probably gonna put through the face or come up really light lol
When you guys talk ball speed, are you referring to the qubica speed on the score screen? Or is there a better measurement. My qubica is between 14.5 to 15.
Love the tips. I found I needed to increase my ball speed so I moved back in my approach. Longer/faster steps can help increase ball speed while shorter/slower steps can help decrease ball speed. I’ve gone from a 150 average to getting my first 600 series last night.
Have been watching Brad and Kyle for a couple years now. Average was at 167 and over two seasons I am at 185 currently. They make the game a little easier to understand. My biggest roadblock to get to 200 average has been ball speed. I got the slow ball speed down, but when I need to change angles and play with a faster ball speed I struggle. I recommend their channel to anyone who is trying to improve at bowling.
Interesting perspective. Thanks
Learned something new. Didn’t know hand angle impact the length of your ball skid. Good info
Thank you, this is the type of education we need…
Side note: with ball speed, the speeds you see on TV are generally 1.5-2mph faster, because the system used is measuring off the hand. On the scoreboard, it is measuring down lane. So 19 on tour is actually about 17mph
Hi there, appreciate your time, and input on helping random people…. My question is I am trying to figure out what is the proper ball for me to get? I throw a straight ball and use a 12lbs ball. Please reach out on your opinion of a ball from me to better my skills with 😊. Thanks for doing this.
would love to see a more in depth video on hand position from start to finish and how u manipulate your hand to get the ball to do different things
I have 2 urethane, 2 pearls, 1 solid, and 1 hybrid I carry with me and there all different and it helps alot in tourneys. Dark code, tank blitz, purple hammer, fatal venom, track strata, and trident horizon
You look exactly like my old gym teacher
Thank you for sharing the information can you explain more of how to be a “Back of the ball” and what kind of practices to do? it would be highly appreciated.
Thanx again for you great vid