🔴 The Perfect Bowling Pushaway. Pro Tip to Improve your Consistency.
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• In this video, Coach Shady & Coach Jasnau show you the perfect pushaway to get your approach timing started off right.
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7 Comments on “The Perfect Bowling Pushaway. Pro Tip to Improve your Consistency.”
Is that Jasnau delivering a ball?
It sure is!
Still has it…. bad wrist and all!
That’s why I love this channel thank you so much ☆☆☆☆☆
I tried to explain this to a PBA member and coach and he said that was old school 70’s bowling and not current. Glad to see you are teaching the right way to walk and push away. This PBA guy was right handed and held the ball at his collar bone. He would walk to the left by 8-10 boards that would allow the ball to get around his leg and then throw right. In watching him bowling several games. I noticed how he would string 4 or 5 strikes but then have 1, 2 or 3 opens and pocket misses. Consistency is the name of the game and when you are all over the place, it takes tons of practice to maintain that rhythm. Bowling is a natural state of game. That means that everything you do should be done naturally. From push away to walk to release and in a smooth action. Thanks for the video.
I enjoy your videos!
Why does the pushaway go toward the inside? I have been trying to have it swing out perpendicular to my shoulder line, hoping that the swing would move in a straight arc along my target line. I’m horribly inconsistent in my aiming right now and need to get the swing started better.