Full Integrity con Secret Skills to Bowling 300 (English Edition)
As I grew into an adult, bowling slowly became more like therapy for me. Weekly therapy, I might add. Bowling is more than just recreation for me now, several years later. I joined several bowling clubs, and I’m proud to say that I’ve tried at least once bowling alley in every city that I have visited.
Yes, I am your typical bowling nut. I’ve also made it a point to save some cash so I can buy new bowling balls. Equipment is important for this sport, but not as important as skill, which can only be acquired through continuous practice.
Bowling, as many of you may already know, is one of those things in life that looks really simple if you’re just watching someone do it, but once you are the one holding the ball, it becomes a real challenge.
Bowling is challenging because a perfect play requires method and skill. Of course, only a small percentage of bowlers play to become professionals. But then again, there is nothing wrong with trying to improve your play by acquiring the right knowledge and skills.
The book that you are reading now is the result of many years of experience in bowling. I should clarify right away that I am not a professional. If you were expecting some pro-level guy to be your guide to bowling, unfortunately, that is not me.
However, I do promise you that the information contained in this book is the same information used by professionals to keep their games up. Every professional bowler has a vast bank of knowledge regarding the sport. This knowledge is called bowling theory.
Theory is important if you want to try something new. For example, if you are unable to produce any strikes during that once-weekly game with your friends, there is definitely something wrong with your approach. You can correct this by learning the basics and, later on, the advanced methods for improving your play.