Preparing For League Bowling Season By MDM Bowling Coaching

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Pro Tip Friday: Getting Ready for League

Pro Tip Friday: Getting Ready for LeagueFall league bowling starts back up at the end of August and beginning of September. If you’ve taken the summer off, you probably have some things to do in preparation for a 36-week season. There are two main areas to think about: practice and equipment. Practice: I recommend trying to simulate league conditions in practice to get back in to the swing of things. For example, if you’re going to do 6 games a week for league, start practicing that amount now to get used to it. If you break it up over multiple days, like you will in league, that’s even better to get your hand used to throwing a ball every week. It’s always good to practice with other people if you’re bowling in a league. Get your team back together if it’s possible. If not, I recommend trying to bowl with multiple people just to get the right pace. If you bowl alone, you’ll probably bowl much faster. If you’ve been practicing for a few weeks but you feel like you’re in a slump, consider a 30-minute to 1-hour session with a coach to work on your timing and rhythm. Equipment: If your equipment has been sitting for 2 months, you should do maintenance. If you’re throwing your performance hooking bowling ball, it’s a good idea to get it resurfaced and/or detoxed to get it ready. If you have an older ball or are looking for an upgrade, now is the right time to talk to your Pro Shop Operator, so that you have time to practice with it before league. Any questions? Just ask. Your pro shop operators and coaches are here to help! #mdmcoaching #protipfriday

Posted by MDM Coaching on Friday, August 10, 2018

Fall league bowling starts back up at the end of August and beginning of September. If you’ve taken the summer off, you probably have some things to do in preparation for a 36-week season. There are two main areas to think about: practice and equipment.

Use The Time Off To Go Bowling And Practice

I recommend trying to simulate league conditions in practice to get back into the swing of things. For example, if you’re going to do 6 games a week for league, start practicing that amount now to get used to it. If you break it up over multiple days, like you will in league, that’s even better to get your hand used to throwing a ball every week. It’s always good to practice with other people if you’re bowling in a league. Get your team back together if it’s possible. If not, I recommend trying to bowl with multiple people just to get the right pace. If you bowl alone, you’ll probably bowl much faster.

If you’ve been practicing for a few weeks but you feel like you’re in a slump, consider a 30-minute to 1-hour session with a coach to work on your timing and rhythm.

Make Sure Your Bowling Equipment Has Been Serviced

If your bowling equipment has been sitting for 2 months, you should do maintenance. If you’re throwing your performance hooking bowling ball, it’s a good idea to get it resurfaced and/or detoxed to get it ready. If you have an older ball or are looking for an upgrade, now is the right time to talk to your Pro Shop Operator, so that you have time to practice with it before league.

Any questions? Just ask. Your pro shop operators and coaches are here to help! #mdmcoaching #protipfriday

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