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-Leg Power
12/4/1999 - By George Freeman
     Like most sports, power from bowling comes from your legs, not your upper body. Being able to get low to the ground and maintaining proper balance are paramount for a well-executed shot. Without a good foundation, the house will crumple. The more you can get out of your legs, the more you'll get out of your game.


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