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Given how popular bowling has become recently, it is entirely possible that you have put in at least a few hours into the game. If you have only started bowling recently, then you will notice that the game is very easy to play. The structure of the game itself is so simple that it will never cease to amaze you with its simplicity. While the biggest selling point of bowling is its simplicity, that does not mean you cannot get ahead of the rest of the pack and become something of a pro yourself.
Whenever you want to become a pro in any sport, there are a few things that are common. The first topic of consideration is practice and that applies to bowling too. With practice comes skill and in order to truly get the most out of your relentless practice session is the right equipment. Bowling is fairly low in terms of the equipment you will need to carry with you but there are some specific items like the right clothes and the right shoes that can really go a long way in ensuring that you achieve the skill you deserve.
Practice Equals Perfection
Pick any activity and if you want to be good at it, you cannot do anything but practice. You want to score a better grade, you have to study regularly. Want to be awesome at work, do all the work stuff regularly. Dream of throwing flawlessly and impress your kids and spouse the next time you are the bowling alley? Well the answer is still the same, practice.
If you are serious about your practicing bowling, then there are two things to consider. Will you be practicing or in other words, having fun bowling every day or once a week. This depends on how far is the bowling centre from your house or office. While you want to practice and increase your game, you don’t want to let the game affect your work or personal game. So, if you have a bowling alley nearby, then it makes sense that you build some kind of a daily schedule.
You could decide to go bowling for an hour or thirty minutes, as your daily work schedule would permit you. You could make it something like five times a day so that you can keep your weekends free for weekend specific activities. If you are not fortunate enough to live in a place that is close to the bowling arcade, but requires a certain amount of travel, then you could choose to bowl every weekend.
Again it depends on how your weekends pan out. Since it’s not possible to decide in advance if you will be able to keep your weekends free all the time, try your best to bowl at least for a couple of hours on both the weekend days so that you will squeeze at least four hours of bowling every week. It is essential that you keep to the weekly schedule because discipline and practice go hand in hand.
Once you have realized that you are serious about this whole bowling activity and drew up a schedule that you are positive of following, the next half of your journey to bowling expertise requires the proper equipment.
Most sports have clear rules on what equipment you need to buy for it. If you are going to play football then you have to get shirts that are made for football and of course shoes to go with it. With bowling, there are no rigid clothing requirements. You need to ensure that you wear clothing that allows free movement of your body, particularly legs and arms. You will be doing a bit of running, a bit of spinning and of course a lot of arms rotating. If the clothes you wear is constricting your movements that is going to have a negative impact on your practice sessions.
In most cases, you don’t have to really visit a sports clothing store to get the ideal clothes for bowling. For all you know, you probably have something in your wardrobe which is loose-fitting and allows free movement of your body. This is probably the case because bowling is also about having fun on the lower side of cost and not having to buy specific bowling clothing is part of that design.
Barefoot Or Shoes?
When it comes to choosing the right shoes, any shoe that provides sufficient grip to your feet when inside the bowling alley is good enough. There are a lot of people out there who would rather bowl barefoot and that works fine too. Try with a shoe and without a shoe and see which gives a better experience to you.