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Thread: Mat Positioning - One foot on & one foot off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck View Post
    I'm saying right foot on the mat if your bowling right handed, left foot on the mat if your bowling left handed, the other foot will go where you feel comfortable and balanced.
    Most players start with both feet on the mat, so not sure of your theory.?
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    Quote Originally Posted by john haydock View Post
    Most players start with both feet on the mat, so not sure of your theory.?
    That's fine starting with both feet on the mat, I'm saying when the bowl leaves your hand, if your bowling right handed your right foot should be on the mat, if your bowling left handed your left foot should be on the mat.

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    I'm saying right foot on the mat if your bowling right handed, left foot on the mat if your bowling left handed, the other foot will go where you feel comfortable and balanced.
    So normal delivery for most bowlers?When you commence delivery one foot must be on the mat anyway
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    Correct, for comfort and balance I'm saying, when the bowl leaves your hand, if your bowling right handed your right foot should be on the mat, if your bowling left handed your left foot should be on the mat, it's a natural stance.


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