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Post by kajmk » September 16th, 2018, 8:18 am

Links to the videos are in the Community Coaching Forum

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Post by kajmk » September 16th, 2018, 5:35 pm

Coach Del Warren on practice and drills.
A very cogent point.
Paraphrasing - "most of our practice takes place off the lanes, it takes place at home, in front of a mirror." "You do not need the lanes to work on everything"
I've not watched all of the video yet, but did see part of his presentation on day 2.
He hammered on the fact when you are working on X, work on X, not how many pins you hit.

So if coach Merrill or your coach gives you a development plan, print it, enlarge the pictures, get your mirror and some floor space, some props, some tape for the floor.
If you have idle time at home, some can be used to improve your bowling.
This premise is almost as old as dirt.

I vividly remember Norm Dukes reply to the question "Norm, what do you practice? "Fundamentals".

Your coach is going to give you a plan that may not jibe with yours. That will be because your coach has traced symptoms back to causes. He is addressing CAUSE.

For example why do I look like I do at the foul line, how do I fix it?
Form is essential for most folks. A 115 mph fastball is worthless if you can't command it.

View Dr. Dan Levitin's short video on teaching and learning.
Become that 4 year old !!
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Post by kajmk » December 18th, 2018, 9:45 pm

Thought I'd copy info here.
Note the topics and where they start




Published on Aug 25, 2018
Day One of the 2018 World Bowling Coach Conference
13:00 Dr. Dean - Coaching the Mental Game
45:36 Del Warren - Swing and Body Alignment
1:06:38 Carolyn Dorin-Ballard - Coaching from a Players Perspective
1:33:17 Gary Brown - Developing Youth Programs
1:54:58 Rod Ross - Lessons from Coaching Team USA
2:17:10 Ruben Ghiragossian - Timing Mechanics / Release
2:36:50 Danny Speranza - USBC Specs Update
3:06:42 Tom Frenzel - The Truth about Ball Dynamics
3:33:32 Stephen Padilla - Cause and Effect
3:54:12 Roger Noordhoek - Youth Recruitment Programs
4:14:19 Onder Gurkan - Bowling with the Right Side of the Brain

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Published on Aug 25, 2018
Day Two of the 2018 World Bowling Coach Conference
00:20 Susie Minshew – Coaching as a Career
19:15 Rod Ross – Seeing Ball Motion
39:44 Ernesto Avila – Peruvian Bowling – Striving Towards Excellence
1:05:27 Del Warren – Dynamic Player Evaluations
1:24:27 Tyrel Rose – Performance vs Results
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1:45:22 Juha Maja- Onder Gurkan – Deep Practice with Specto
2:10:55 Kevin Dornberger – World Bowling Olympic Update
2:41:52 Dr. Dean Hinitz – Up Your Game
3:12:32 Randy Stoughton – Teaching Skills to Competitive Women
3:33:42 Del Ballard – Carolyn Dorn-Ballard – Running a Camp or Clinic
3:58:53 Juha Maja – Mistakes of Beginner 2-Handed Bowlers
4:16:07 Chris Barnes – How to Build an Arsenal for Competition
4:44:44 Coaches Panel

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Published on Aug 25, 2018
Day Three of the 2018 World Bowling Coach Conference
00:50 Lou Marquez – Matching Bowlers to Equipment
23:09 Tyrel Rose – Coaching Competition vs Practice
51:22 Marios Nicolaides – Lane Topography
1:07:39 Juha Maja – Modern vs the Classical Technique
1:27:07 Rick Wiltse – Effectively Providing Feedback to Athletes
1:56:09 Ruben Ghiragossian – Timing Consequences to Ball Motion
2:32:29 Tyrel Rose – Team Dynamics – Athlete Roles
2:56:53 Lou Marquez – Performance Fitting and Drilling
3:23:34 Alexander Gurkov – Understanding the Learning Cycle
3:55:21 Stephen Padilla – Training Your Coaches Eye
4:23:34 Frank Buffa – Bowling in the Olympics
4:48:20 Rod Ross – Closing

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Post by kajmk » December 18th, 2018, 9:49 pm

A big thanks to TonyPR for his post and pointer in viewtopic.php?f=20&t=14127" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

to a Ruben Ghiragossiasn segment at the WBC
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Post by kajmk » December 30th, 2018, 9:59 pm

Not having watched all of the presentations, I periodically go back and visit these presentations.

Last night, CDB and Steve Padilla.

Carolyn Dorin Ballard's presentation should be an inspiration to many bowler's.
If you have the fire of desire, but have self doubts because you think your game does not measure up to the big kids on the block.

Listen to her share a bit of her story and self assessment.
Testimony that this great sport is still a game of how many, not how.

Granted we all have our limits, but it is a certainty that you'll never know what they are if you stop trying to be the best version of yourself you can be.

It is easy to see why she is a top coach and motivator.

If you've not viewed these videos and you are a seeker of knowledge, give it a go.
It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so

There should be a rule of war saying you have to see someone up close and get to know 'em before it's ok to shoot 'em

Empathize

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