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As humans we have to accept that we will make errors. The idea is to try and limit those errors as much as possible. That's where practice comes in.
I believe in quality, not quanity when it comes to practice. I don't pracice hours and hours every day on the lanes, but when I do hit the lanes to work on something, I make sure I know exactly what it is I want to work on and I create a strict plan to accomplish that goal.
Here are 3 great tips to getting the most out of your practice sessions.
1: Know exactly what you want to improve in your game and only focus on that during your session.
2: Use drills to isolate the area you are working on.
3: Limit your training sessions to a maximum of 45-60 min. Also, have a couple minute break every 20 minutes into your session also to allow for some recovery.
With these 3 great tips and a bunch more you can find at www.iabowling.com, your practice will feel better utilised and your game will thank you for it.
Till next time.
Be good everyone.