Everyone wants to bowl a perfect strike every time when bowling, but this much easier said than done, obviously. It’s not impossible to bowl a perfect strike every single time, but it definitely does take a lot of concentration and practice. With these simple tips, you will be well on your way to learning how to bowl a perfect strike all the time. Don’t expect to bowl perfectly at all times, but doing these things can help you move in that direction!
- Pick the right ball. This means the right weight. There are all types of bowling balls, so take your time getting a feel for many of them. There are different types that range from light to heavy and they can alter your game easily. Heavy bowling balls may strain your arm, and light ones may take away from your control. Take your time checking out different bowling balls.
- Stay calm. It’s a no-brainer that you can become pretty nervous when you’ve managed to rack up six strikes in a row. It’s imperative to remember when you’ve bowled several strikes in a row that you shouldn’t be overly anxious about screwing the next one. Just keep your confidence and remember your posture and pressure you’ve been using.
- Stay repetitious. If you’ve managed to bowl a strike many times in a row, mimic what you’ve been doing. If you’ve been slowly moving closer to the gutter after each go, this would be the time to move and re-position yourself. Stay confident, though. If you’re getting lots of strikes in a row, repeat what you’ve been doing.
- Read the lanes. Learning to assess the lanes and how much oil is present is imperative when learn to bowl consecutive strikes. It’s important because it helps you determine how much pressure you should apply when throwing, the amount of spin to use, your posture, your position, etc. As you bowl more, reading the lanes will become more natural to you, but it’s very important to get into the habit of doing it.