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Date: 27 Apr 2007 07:16:01
From: Eris
Subject: MBC.com (My Bowling Coach)
Anyone have any experiences with these folks?





 
Date: 01 May 2007 14:32:59
From: reynolds9835
Subject: Re: MBC.com (My Bowling Coach)
There's more info about MBC and other coaching programs at
http://www.squidoo.com/bowlinginstruction/

"Eris" <vithant@gmail.com > wrote in message
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> Anyone have any experiences with these folks?
>




 
Date: 30 Apr 2007 07:11:48
From: moncho
Subject: Re: MBC.com (My Bowling Coach)
Eris wrote:
> Anyone have any experiences with these folks?
>
I signed up about a month ago and I think this site is worth the money.
Heck you get a ton of lessons, many with video explaining the lessons,
and all of $49. I currently only have 12 lessons but the $49 has paid
off all ready.

Over the years, like so many people, I have picked up what I know about
bowling through talking to people in leagues, watching others during
league play, and using my own observations while practicing. For $49
you can get essential basics you need that no one has probably ever told
you or never thought to ask, along with detailed explanations about what
happens when you make different adjustments. Heck, I discovered a few
key things in just the first 6 lessons that helped me with my timing.

I have already recommended this to many of my friends who want to get
better at bowling but do not have the money for a personal coach.

Like college education in the new millennium, some students due better
in a class room setting vs. online education. Which one are you?

If you can learn from video's and documentation and apply it to your own
game, then go ahead and sign up. If not, get yourself a personal coach.

Also, if you have the time and money, why not do both?

moncho


 
Date: 27 Apr 2007 15:26:43
From: newsreader
Subject: Re: MBC.com (My Bowling Coach)
sorry, am UK based. Fred Borden a great coach by reputation but isn't he
the guy who insists that the pins are in line with the arrows (unless he
has recanted). I find it hard to have faith in someone who makes such a
gross error. Just a personal view - not flame bait.
Others who have used their services will chime in I am sure.

Eris wrote:
> Anyone have any experiences with these folks?
>