First of all, the bowling ball basically throws the ball in four steps. On the fairway, it is technically important to control the heavy bowler to hit the pins impartially, or even hit all-down. The most basic and most important thing in playing is the run-up. Basically, there are four sets of movements that cooperate with hands and feet during the approach, which is known as the four-step approach.
1) Prepare to move the body to the target, feet together; elbows close to the body, the ball and shoulders are in a horizontal line, knees sit 10-15 cm, the body naturally leans forward; keep the body leaning forward about 15 degrees.
2) The first step – push out the right hand and the right foot (left-handed player: left hand and left foot) at the same time, the horizontal distance between the ball and the foot dust is about 10-15 cm.
3) Step 2 – Downward Swing: The right hand (left-handed player: left hand) swings down, the left foot (right foot) pushes forward at the same time, the left hand (right hand) stretches out to maintain balance, the right foot (left foot) sits Down. Note: Keep your shoulders balanced.
4) Step 3 – Swing backwards: After the second step is completed, lean forward naturally, look at the target, and swing your right hand (left-handed player: left hand) back to form a 90-degree angle with your body.
V) Step 4 – Forward Swing: The right foot (left-handed player: left-handed and right-footed) naturally pushes forward, the right foot (left foot) pulls back, maintains balance, rolls the ball onto the fairway, and knocks down the ball bottle!
6) Complete the action: After the action is completed, the left foot (left-handed player: right foot) sits low, forming a 45-degree bow, and the right hand (left-handed player: left hand) pulls up.