The Rev / Ball Motion Trainer allows you to work on hand and release position while learning to put revolutions on the ball. You get 6 inches of room for movement of the ball in the release explosion zone and the ability see the ball motion you've created. Place a bowling ball on the rollers, place your foot next to the device, and with your body in the position it would be in at the foul line (balancing, post position), come up out of the ball. Watch the ball as it rolls on the rollers. Add revs and see ball motion. Understand changes in hand position and the effect on ball motion. This is a great tool for any level of bowler!
The Rev / Ball Motion Trainer is approximately 13" x 9 " x 2" and weighs about 7 lbs. The industrial rollers are very durable.
All products are handmade by Eileen's Bowling Buddy, LLC in our shop in Denver, Colorado. We are not mass producing our products, we hand pour and color each item. Because of this, you may find that your device has a dot or streak of color you weren't expecting, or small imperfections that are non impacting to the performance of the product. We like to call these the "character" that makes your device one-of-a-kind!
All orders usually ship within 1 week. If order volumes are high, it could take longer for your product to ship.
Large Orders: for the best shipping price, please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a list of the items you would like to purchase and your shipping address. We will put together a package for you including the best possible shipping price and email you back a link to purchase your order. Any changes to your order my change the shipping cost.
International Orders: for the best shipping price, please email us (email@example.com) with a list of the items you would like to purchase and your shipping address. We will put together a package for you including the best possible shipping price and email you back a link to purchase your order. Any changes to your order may change the shipping cost.
Posted by Jim on 25th Sep 2018
I use many of Eillen's Bowling Buddy products. I already own one of these, just needed a second one for a group environment.
Posted by Carl Ragland on 3rd Aug 2018
Great device to help you visualize your release and see what you are imparting to the bowling ball. Its helping me improve my release.
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on 31st May 2018
Love this product, it has help me to stop grabbing the ball and to be more consistent in my release.
Posted by David Slutsky on 15th Apr 2018
What a great device. I actually enjoy practicing with this! It seems to allow me to feel a proper release while rotating the ball. I am sure it's already helping my form even though I just started to use it.
Posted by Michael DeLuca on 2nd Apr 2018
Ball release and rev train help with consistency of release and with placing more emphasis at the proper time to increase rev rate.
Posted by Jack Smith on 20th Feb 2018
This enables me to develop a consistent rotation on the ball. I can get 3 games of practice in about 10 minutes. Without having to go through an actual approach and delivery, this allows me to focus on just the release. I've already seen an improvement in my game in just 2 weeks of daily practice. Want to improve your game? Buy it and use it
Posted by pete on 14th Jan 2018
It was as advertised.It is a well made piece of equipment that puts my hand and footin the proper position to throw a bowling ballcorrectly.
Posted by Paul P. on 11th Aug 2017
The ball motion trainer does exactly what it's supposed to do...you release the ball and the trainer shows you what kind of roll/spin you put on it. The noise made when the ball rolls over the casters is kind of loud and freaks out my cats, but I enjoy using it!
Posted by LUIS ENRIQUE ARANGO on 2nd Aug 2016
Nice for training.
Posted by jane monte on 28th Apr 2016
I love this tool. It's great to practice release at home.
Posted by J. S. on 13th Mar 2016
Have you ever wondered what your hand is supposed to do when you release the ball? Has anyone ever told you that it is like throwing a football underhand? Have you ever watched the slow motion videos on YouTube that show the release, and still not get it? I have looked at all of this information and still could not feel the release or produce consistent rotation and tilt. Until Now!
Using a bowling ball, instead of a significantly lighter football, is a much better way to learn how the motion of your hand feels, IMO. For me, trying to observe what the ball is doing as it goes down the lane was too difficult; with a piece of tape on my PAP, and the ball spinning on the industrial rollers, it was easy to see when I was repeating my release.