AJ Johnson Bowling Release in Slow Motion (PBA WSOB XI Edition)

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This is AJ Johnson at the PBA World Series of Bowling XI (2020). These are a couple of his shots on the PBA Cheetah Championship. And, a surprise gutter???

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AJ Johnson has been at the PBA Tour since 2011. Johnson has earned over $197,000 to date and has made a few T.V. Shows including the USBC Masters Final in 2015

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8 Comments on “AJ Johnson Bowling Release in Slow Motion (PBA WSOB XI Edition)”

  1. Do you have any questions on how to improve your bowling game? Write it in the comments and I’ll do my best to help you out!

  2. I do struggle a lot to increase my rev as I tends to “overturning” my wrist when I wanted to rotate my finger from the inside to the outside of the bowling ball through the release. Any tips in working on that? Thank you.

    1. Maybe, and this is without looking at your video before, try to focus on the position of your hand before the release and how it ends after the ball is thrown. For example, notice that your palm is facing you by the end of the follow-through and keep it there. Got it?

    2. Just remind yourself doing also the yoyo hand movement during the ball release part so you can use your fingers to rotate ball properly instead of turning your hand elsewhere. Because you could posible experience some wrist injury if you keep rotating your hand trust your thumb release properly so you can put the weight of the ball to your fingers and do the follow through as you do all finger lift in order to rotate the ball properly πŸ™

    3. Practice a game of one steps. Then try a few full approach release then go back do a few foul line release go back and fourth until you see the right ball motion. Plus video yourself.

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