Bowling Hand Positions

The Broken Wrist Bowling Hand Position

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Bowling Hand Position #6: The Broken Wrist Release
This article concentrates on the broken wrist hand position in bowling.
The broken wrist position, or release, is when your hand and fingers are angle down toward the ground; also your wrist is broken. This release position is used when you want to delay the break point or if you want to get the ball down lane before it hooks. It is also used to get through the heads. (Note: the heads are the first part of the bowling lane). It can also substitute for ball speed or for drier lane conditions. Famous Professional bowlers like Norm Duke and Brian Voss use this release a lot.

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