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 Post subject: Guide recommendations
 Posted: Thu Jun 28, 2018 5:23 am Post Number: #1 Post
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Hello
I'm new here. Nice to meet you all.
I'm playing 2 years and some tone I get 168 points some time 128.
I see that there are dvd guide or pdf guide.
Please help me and tell me what you think is the best guide.
I see the system or the ultimate bowling guide
And other guide.
Is the ultimate bowling guide is good? The system?
I don't know what to buy
Hope someone will help ne
Thank you all
P.s
Sorry for my bed English I'm not frome the state


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 Post subject: Re: Guide recommendations
 Posted: Thu Jun 28, 2018 4:59 pm Post Number: #2 Post
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Welcome potamica.
What is your native language?
Perhaps there are other members of the forum that understand your language.
That can be a big help to you.

If you have access to Google translate, you may find it useful.
https://translate.google.com/m/translate

Since you have only been bowling for a short time, you have had less chance to develop bad habits.

Important first things:
Buy your own bowling shoes that are for a right handed or left handed person, whichever you are.
Buy your own ball at a pro shop where they will analyze your hand and make an intelligent suggestion for your current needs.
Learn how to roll the ball straight as if you were connecting 2 spots on the lane to hit a specific pin. It's very important that you develop this skill before attempting to curve or hook a ball. Accuracy first. See Ray Wong's video on YouTube. Have patience, it will be worth it.

There are a number of free resources listed on the forums wiki
Here is a good one.

http://wiki.bowlingchat.net/wiki/index. ... ence_video

Here is a good one



That is a start.
Also, if you want a good instructional video, Norm Dukes is a good one.

Michelle Mullen's book is a good one

Bowling Fundamentals - Master the basics and compete with confidence
by Michelle Mullen (2014)
This is a rewrite not just a tweaking
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=10667&hilit=review&view=viewpoll>

Never be afraid to ask questions.

Did I answer your questions , was I understandable?

Be patient with yourself.

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 Posted: Thu Jul 26, 2018 11:37 am Post Number: #3 Post
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Im not really sure what you mean but here is a good guide for bowling shoes. I assume thats what you are after...

http://shoereviewed.com/best-bowling-shoes/


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