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    PAP affect fatigues by finding the best ball balance for my release

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    If the ball is unbalanced I may bowl super one game but then get tired from the ball being too off center and ball badly in the following games

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    Your drilling layout may very slightly effect that but your PAP won't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2handedsniper View Post
    PAP affect fatigues by finding the best ball balance for my release
    Quote Originally Posted by 2handedsniper View Post
    If the ball is unbalanced I may bowl super one game but then get tired from the ball being too off center and ball badly in the following games
    Postive Axis Point is detemined by the bower's release. It's essential in ensuring the PSA is in the correct position for a particular layout to work as desired. Has zero to do with fatigue.
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    ok BillF , then upload your videos of 700s on shark patterns then

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    Quote Originally Posted by billf View Post
    OK I will bite. How does the PAP affect fatigue?
    Perhaps he is talking about a CPAP, I know a few people that when they don't use theirs are very fatigued ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2handedsniper View Post
    ok BillF , then upload your videos of 700s on shark patterns then
    What exactly does that have to do with understanding PAP ?

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    At times Bill thinks he knows everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2handedsniper View Post
    At times Bill thinks he knows everything
    I've refrained from commenting much on your threads as from what I've seen on most threads is someone asking for help with a very unconventional style who doesn't want to listen to the advice they are given even when it's plausible. The PAP has absolutely nothing to do with fatigue unless your claiming that you have to maintain very high speeds to keep the ball from rolling over the finger holes. Some two handers have issues with that.

    If you really want to improve your game put the 12 lbs. (unless your physically handicapped) plastic balls away watch some videos of successful two handed bowlers and try to incorporate some of their swing into yours, look into some qualified coaching, and quit looking for shortcuts that will magically fix the disadvantages you unusual style is presenting and fix the actual problem.
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