RealLife Bowling Podcast With Caso & Polizzi Episode 3

Real Life Bowling Podcast Episode 3

With Anthony Caso and Chris Polizzi

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Welcome To The RealLife Bowling Podcast

We have used this first podcast is an introduction to our channel and to ourselves. The main point was to share information and our experience with bowlers of all skill levels. We touch on topics anywhere from layouts to ball motion and what it’s like bowling on tour. We offer a unique perspective, being that we are both pro-shop operators. Because of this, we are able to give you yet another perspective from that side of the industry. We wanted this first introduction to be as organic as possible, which is why we chose not to have certain points we wanted to touch upon.  Having known each other for years we felt this was the best way to approach this podcast to keep it as natural as possible.

Things We Will Discuss In The Show

Podcast 3: Our real-life bowling story: In this podcast, we talk about how we both got into bowling, who inspired us and at what age we started. We describe early experiences that got us hooked on the sport along with the successes that have moved us forward. Our stories are different and we both have different views on the game at such an early age. We talk about our different levels of success at different ages despite growing up in the same bowling center. Throughout all of that, we have been best friends for over a decade (13 years).

We discuss what age we felt we could bowl for a living and be competitive.  Our answers differ but our end goal was still the same.  We both had early success when deciding to bowl adult tournaments after moving up from youth.  We are lucky to be able to bowl, make money, and doing what we love.

We also recap crazy stories about winning our first PBA titles.  We talk about how the similarities between stories are too crazy to believe. This is fitting as we both have similar stories of coming up through the ranks. We talk about how we bowled each other for a title in North Carolina, which involved an insane roll off. We cover what it’s like for us to travel, practice, and compete together, all while maintaining a strong friendship through the up and downs of the sport.

We end by talking about the mental side of winning, losing, and how we each deal with it. What it is like to have pressure and expectations on our shoulders. We also talk about what it’s like to not perform well for long periods of time.  Our personal experience of what it’s like to be in a slump or bowl our best. We are both different people who handle things differently, but we have both found ways to make them work for ourselves.

Everyone is different and unique and have different stories. This is our real-life bowling story.


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