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 Post subject: Teaching the release, Step 1
 Posted: Sat Oct 13, 2018 5:54 pm Post Number: #1 Post
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Greg's method is a solid building block and teaching tool.
Far too valuable to be only nested in other posts.

This is a great release to use in drills for several reasons.
When you are performing a drill your focus should only be on the aspects of the drill.
Great release for simple spares!

Here are some words of wisdom by forum member Greg Helms
Greg's Bowling Chat ID is FitDocSr

Put a piece of white tape on your PAP. When you can at least make it face the left gutter (straight ball) you are behind it at release. Dont try to hook it (or dont try to turn your hand). Once you have that under control, then you can start adding turn with the hand.
I teach that you can't hook it properly until you can roll it straight properly. Also helps on spares.

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