Everyone wants to improve their bowling scores. To improve your game, you don’t need to win every time. All it takes to increase your average bowling score is incremental improvement.
Rolling the ball or practicing more strikes in the rock n roll bowling game is the best way to improve your bowling score. How can you achieve this? First, you need to be consistent with your role. You should be consistent with your role, from your beginning point to your follow-through.
You should take the same steps for each approach at the same speed, and aim to reach the same place at the end of every roll. Your arm movement should follow the same path, and your release point should be the same every time. Remember how it felt when you roll a beautiful strike. Then, replicate that feeling on your next roll.
Bowlers are humans, and not everyone is going to be able to hit every ball. Even the best-looking, best-feeling rolls can leave a few pins standing. Do we cry and sulk when this happens? We may be able to laugh a bit, but then we quickly get up and go to grab the spare.
This is more than a metaphor for life. It’s direct instruction on how you can get a better bowling score. To increase your average, you must not leave any frames open. A 10-pin increase in your scoring can be achieved by picking up just one extra spare per game.