Keeping in the same sport (you now know I love bowling!), I’d like to share a video about bowling trick shots from Dude Perfect people. They made excellent videos and I’m sure you will love this too.
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Bowling Trick Shots
Before watching the video, the bowling trick shots are made by Jason Belmonte (official site: www.jasonbelmonte.com
Watch the video here:
From the Wikipedia page:
Jason Belmonte (born 29 July 1983 in Orange, New South Wales), an Australian ten-pin bowler, is a professional player on the PBA Tour in the United States and world circuits. He is known for using the rare two-handed “shovel” style to deliver his shot. He has won 12 PBA titles, including six major tournaments, and is a three-time PBA Player of the Year.
Belmonte’s father opened the Orange Ten Pin Bowl when Jason was a toddler. As a result, he started rolling a ball at 18 months. Interviewed in 2009, he commented: “The only problem for me though was as an 18-month-old baby boy lifting a nine- to 10-pound (4-4.5kg) bowling ball … it was a little hard, so like all babies I pushed the ball with two hands.” In doing so he developed a two-handed style which he uses today, placing only two fingers and no thumb in the ball to produce more revolutions. He started competing at the age of three, winning his first event at the age of four. At the age of five, he had a league average of 117 and a high game of 179.
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This is another video, it is not a bowling trick shots as is, but it shows the accuracy of Belmo’s drill:
As you can see, this a great sport and those tricks are awesome. I hope you enjoy the bowling as an option and you can play a different sport. Let me know how this goes.