The location of the ball (armswing) in relation to each step in the bowler’s delivery. Timing. Early Start = Early Finish Late Start = Late Finish. Timing. The 4 Step Stroker Approach is the benchmark used for referencing and identifying timing.
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The location of the ball (armswing) in relation to each step in the bowler’s delivery.
Early Start = Early Finish
Late Start = Late Finish
The 4 Step Stroker Approach is the benchmark used for referencing and identifying timing
For purposes of this “Timing” presentation
All timing is referenced against the 4 step Stroker approach.
Ball Start has completed : first step is completed
Athletic Pose – ball and foot have not moved
Regardless of the number of steps used to deliver the ball
The numeric representation for ball and foot arriving together at foul line would be:
4 : 4
Types of Timing
The position where the ball is ahead of the feet.
2:1 Early Timing
3:2 Early Timing
The position where the ball is behind the feet
1:2 Late Timing
2:3 Late Timing
The correlation between the armswing & tempo of the footwork is;
Determine if your non Stroker timing is a liability…this is very important.
Have a trained eye check to see how you finish at the foul line.
Will a change improve the overall delivery or take away a strength that comes to you naturally.