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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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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!!


To achieve success in any activity, you must

FOCUS on your GOALS


FOCUS = CONCENTRATION

And avoiding distractions!


  • 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


Visualisation

How many legs has the Elephant?


Visualisation

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


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:


Visualisation


Let’s go and try it!!


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