Is there a universal number of steps a
bowler should take or doesn't it matter?
There are as many
different theories on this as there are about what balls to use
when, what the ideal rev rate/ball speed is, etc.
Normally I have my feet together, with my left foot in front of
my right. As you go into your approach, your steps should get
progressively LONGER...this is a problem I have in that my first 2-3
can get fast and then I have trouble getting my body under me at the
line, which robs me of quality revolutions or pulls my ball off
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