Peak Performance Bowling Camps
Presented by PBA Champion
Our bowling training camps focus on all the tools necessary to perform at a peak level, including success on sport patterns. Specific topics will include lane play, dealing with "live" transition, ball motion through dynamics, spare shooting, mental conditioning including nutrition and a complete physical game analysis. Developing a "game plan" for competition will also be addressed.
Training Topics Include:
•Physical Game Analysis by Video
•Lane Play Theory w/Live Lane Transition
•Ball Dynamics & Spare Shooting
•"Game Plan" Strategies for Tournament Preparation
•Mental Game by Special Guest Dr. Jason Willow
1 Day Camp
Where: Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley, 2929 Allied St, Green Bay, WI 53404 Phone: (920) 336-0400 www.ashbowl.com
When: Saturday, July 26, 2014
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
One of the greatest feelings in bowling is when you achieve that perfect shot (balance, release, ball motion, confidence, etc) and the effortlessness that accompanies it. Peak Performance Bowling (PPB) and its instructors are committed to helping bowlers attain that feeling. PPB's camp at Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin will provide bowlers with all the tools necessary to perform at a peak level. Not only does the camp feature an unprecedented combination of current methodologies that enables PPB's training staff to better reform and develop the physical game, but the curriculum also includes all the necessary tools for peak performance (lane play, ball dynamics, game plan strategies, mental conditioning, fitness and nutrition). "Attending this Peak Performance Bowling camp creates an incredible opportunity for success for bowlers who attend," says Mike Shady, founder of Peak Performance Bowling. "These campers will receive one day of intense world class training that will cover the vital components needed to succeed at the highest level, or peak level, in all competitive environments. This is must" training camp for any bowler who wants to be successful in all arenas: Junior Gold, USBC Nationals, PBA Regionals, College, High School, etc." Anyone interested in registering or would like more information about the July 27, 2013 ONE day camp should go to Peak Performance Bowling website at: www.ppbowling.com or email Mike at: firstname.lastname@example.org. The camp is limited to only 16 players and will feature top bowling instructors and Dr. Jason Willow, a top sports psychologist, exercise consultant. Ebonite International, Inc. is the official bowling ball manufacturer of Peak Performance Bowling.