Bowling Practice

I went to AMF Casselberry Lanes to practice bowling today and was very happy with my results. While I should try and work with a coach or someone that can help me with my game, I have taken it on myself.

I have been stuck using a [bowlingball value=”5160″/] wrist brace for a couple of years now because I have not been throwing my bowling balls correctly. I have been letting my wrist break and I would not follow through.

I think I have finally had a revelation. I have started using an [bowlingball value=”2283″/] Brace which has helped make my wrist not hurt. I have slowed down my approach which has helped my timing. And with my timing under control it helps me aim correctly. It is amazing how all of these pieces kind of inter connect.

Using the big wrist brace made me feel mentally negative about my game. Changing to the new brace has helped my mental game as well as physical game.

2 replies on “Bowling Practice”

Hey! I love watching the video reviews you guys put out. I also have been using a wrist brace (storm's xf). I am looking to move towards a wrist brace like you are currently using, or something like a wristlet. I am wondering if there is any difference from the 2, or which would help support my wrist from breaking form, but still give me a little mobility. Thanks in advance, hopefully you'll see this!

I actually have a couple that I use depending on how badly my wrist is hurting at the time. I prefer bowling without a wrist support, but as a computer programmer and outright lazy slob, I do not have enough wrist strength.

For an in between I use an Air Command, it is light weight and has flexibility. I have removed the metal piece that is in the palm because I do not like how it feels. The metal supports are held in by a velcro opening.

When my wrist is really hurting, I move to a Powerkoil wrist support that really locks me in to a position.

Let me know if you have any more questions.

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