Bowling is a game of accuracy, form, and footwork—all skills that can be learned by anyone with the right approach! This text works to teach students the fundamentals of bowling one at a time, from holding the ball properly, to approaching the lane, to releasing their throw. Game scoring and strategy are also discussed to build on core mechanics.
Learn Bowling Basics
Help your students turn empty frames and gutter balls into a series of strikes and spare by teaching them proper mechanics. This book takes a chapter-by-chapter approach to teaching excellent bowling form and mentality, to help students step up to the lanes with confidence. Starting with grip and stance, and moving through footwork, approach, delivery, and finish, this book outlines the critical steps needed to throw your best ball.
In addition to the actual mechanics of the game, learning strategy is also key. Later chapters of the book go on to cover some of the more complicated nuances of the game, such as picking up spares, adding spin to the ball, and setting up shots mentally. Delving into these tactical facets of the game can help players of all skills better understand bowling strategy and help them take their game to the next level.
Written by former Team USA Bowling Coach, Michelle Mullen, this bowling fundamentals book is the first and only resource you’ll need when your PE bowling unit rolls around!
This book features 13 chapters, with each successive chapter building on skills learned in the previous to help students master bowling fundamentals.
- Chapter 1 Bowling Ball and Grip
- Chapter 2 Stance
- Chapter 3 Approach and Timing
- Chapter 4 Footwork
- Chapter 5 Arm Swing
- Chapter 6 Finish Position and Delivery
- Chapter 7 Release
- Chapter 8 Basic Lane Play
- Chapter 9 Advanced Lane Play
- Chapter 10 Spare Shooting
- Chapter 11 Advanced Spare Shooting
- Chapter 12 Mental Game
- Chapter 13 Open Bowling and League Play
- About the Author
Book is 224 pages.