testing in-post templateA Bowling Tip on How to Keep Your Eyes on Your Target
This is a tip to help bowlers make sure they are hitting where they aim in bowling.
This is a common problem for bowlers. I know because I will do this from time to time usually when I get a new bowling ball or if I am in a bowling center with which I am not familiar. Look at your mark not your ball. What I tend to do is look at the reaction of the ball rather then where my ball is crossing on the lane itself.
This will cause me to look up to soon and roll a bad shot.
When I catch myself doing this I tell myself to look at my mark not the ball.
My eyes are drifting and their main focus is not on where I am rolling the ball but the balls reaction. Then I will tend to a roll bad shot.
A bowler can lift their eyes off their intended target subconsciously. They do not stay focused on hitting their target and are looking at some other object in the bowling center without knowing they are doing it. So when you realize this is what you are doing you will want to take extra time to ensure that your ball goes over your target. Do not look up until you hear it hit the pins.
This is one of the ways I solve this problem. Another way is to keep telling myself “Look at Your Mark not Your Ball” and that will help me a ton.
The biggest problem I have found about this is realizing that a bowler is even doing it.
This is a major cause of bowlers going into a slump.
Look at your mark not your ball. Look at your target until you hear the ball hit the pins.
Biggest problem for the bowler is realizing that they are doing it and is a major cause of a bowler going into a slump. So try keeping you eyes on your target and not to let them wander.
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