Try these starting positions to adjust your release

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18 Comments on “Try these starting positions to adjust your release”

  1. Love your stuff JR, but could have backed out the camera a little more on this one, would have been nice to be able to see the hand on the release, instead of just the ball motion. The release and hand position is the thing I am struggling the most with right now.

    1. The reaction from the release is what this is about. Pay attention to what I’m saying about the hand before release

  2. Great tips and advice! I’m actually gonna be going bowling sometime today, so I’m definitely gonna take this advice into consideration while I’m bowling and see if I can’t improve my game even more! 😊 I greatly appreciate you for what you do JR; your instructional videos have helped me so much over the past year or so to improve my game and become a better bowler. Thank you 😊

  3. Thank you so much. Now can you add in what you are targeting? Where are you eye in the approach, swing, and release???
    Thanks again!!!

  4. Thank you very much for doing a video on hand position. It could not have gotten any better. Keep up the good work of sharing your knowledge and education and it keep it coming. πŸ’―

  5. Great tip as always. My questions is when you can hit the pocket with all 3 releases how do you determine which one is best use ?

  6. That’s why I only keep bowling balls from entry level to medium oil level. Because you can use the strategies of moving the lines of playing, finger and hand positions.

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