In the process of learning how to bowl, people often overlook key elements such as arm swing, lower body leverage and other things that you would think that wouldn't be needed when it comes to the game of bowling.
Leaving one of the tips I listed below your game on the tracks will prevent you from preventing you from bowling to your maximum potential. It's not at all difficult, applying some of the tips both will drastically change your game. So apply everyone, one step at a time and you will have the full effect when you walk on the tracks the next time.
Tip 1 – Do not forget first and foremost, keep your adhesion relaxed in the ball. To avoid muscular arm swing, do not tighten your fingers or your fingers. To avoid that, it is best to go to a professional store and get a fitted and drilled ball so you can have a relaxed thumb.
Tip 2 – Use your lower weight lever, it is absolutely necessary to fold your knees in bowling. Make sure to fold your knee to reduce the lane of the lane of the last step.
Tip 3 – The closer you are close to the fault line, the less energy you will need to use. When you are up the fault line, you will want to have a short distance on the fault line, which will cause the ball contact with the lane below and it will keep the energy so you can slaughter all the Pins.