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#114739 - 01/21/10 02:04 PM Re: my video's [Re: Time-To-Roll]
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Originally Posted By: Time-To-Roll
Keeping weight of ball in left hand. This is something I did not read in a book. ... with my left hand reach under and lift all the ball weight up and into my stance position. I can hold the ball at any height I want. I lead the ball out with all the weight sitting in my left hand then transfer ball to the right hand as it drops into my swing.So easy to repeat.

That's the Next Level/Norm Duke pushaway "Right arm gets all the credit, left arm does all the work"....


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#114741 - 01/21/10 02:09 PM Re: my video's [Re: 10PinGaloot]
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i did have me left hand completely under my right hand, i had virtually no tension in the hand untill pushaway. I was mainly concentrating on the swing and seeing if i could keep my hand cupped if i didn't muscle it (as much). If i'm holding the ball like in norm's video until pushaway then i tend to not stay behind the ball during the swing. I even have a hard time doing that now, my hand wants to migrate around the ball... This is actually where the torso rotation comes in handy as well, makes me stay automatically more behind the ball

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#114747 - 01/21/10 02:28 PM Re: my video's [Re: spectral]
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All I see in the video is a several-step approach, where the ball is slowed down in the down swing. That is not the Slowinski drill, that is practicing (and ingraining) squeeze and muscle.

Here is his reference video: http://bowlingknowledge.info/images/videos/Bowling_Knowledge_Pushaway_Drill_Slowinski.wmv

Notice the complete follow through. And only 2 steps.
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#114748 - 01/21/10 02:32 PM Re: my video's [Re: cgeorg]
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I did the slowinski drill for 30 minutes before i attempted these 4 full approaches. Sorry if i didn't point that out

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#114759 - 01/21/10 03:03 PM Re: my video's [Re: spectral]
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did u see my first video's?

it's not like i'm going to get all the muscle out in just 1 training session of 30 minutes. I think there's improvement.

More comments are always appreciated

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#114782 - 01/21/10 05:19 PM Re: my video's [Re: spectral]
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I saw your videos at the top. You didn't provide a video of the 2 step drill, so I can't tell you how that went. I am telling you that if you do what you were doing in the most recent video you posted, in your kitchen, you will be practicing muscling and squeezing the ball.
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#114816 - 01/22/10 02:24 AM Re: my video's [Re: cgeorg]
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ok point taken, from now on i'll do 2 step drills and release practises at home

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