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The Mental Game. The Bowler’s Attributes – Physical & Mental. Components of the Mental Game. Your brain needs a constant supply of blood and oxygen to work efficiently. It never stops working, awake and asleep. When you are trying to concentrate, your mind can be full of distractions!!.

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Your brain needs a constant supply of blood and oxygen to work efficiently.

It never stops working, awake and asleep.

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FOCUS = CONCENTRATION

And avoiding distractions!

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I will arrive mentally prepared

  • I will have all my kit ready
  • I will do my warm-up exercises
  • I will use my practice time to identify the lane conditions by bowling across the pins
  • I will use my non-bowling time to review my game so far
  • I will concentrate on EVERY shot
  • I will use my grip sack & towels after EVERY shot
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Visualisation

How many legs has the Elephant?

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Visualisation

He has a clear picture in his mind of the ball going through the posts.

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Visualisation

  • In the stance, the bowler TAKES TIME to visualise his shot:
  • Approach to chosen position at foul line.
  • Eyes on chosen target arrow.
  • A ‘mind picture’ of the result of his shot:
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