Friday, February 8, 2013

PRO TIPS: Breaking out of a Slump

Ten-pin bowling in action
(Photo credit: Wikipedia)
At one time or another most bowlers have experienced a slump or a sustained period of bowling below their level. There are a lot of reasons why a person may be in a slump. In most cases it boils down to something missing in their technique and can be corrected through going back to the basics. In addition to reviewing the basics, review the bowling equipment that you are using.

Sometimes bowling lane conditions even in the same league from week to week and from pair to pair vary. If your slump is an extended one of 4 or 5 weeks it can have a serious impact on your mental game and confidence level. The mental can affect the physical and the physical can affect the mental.