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Old 01-26-2014, 11:53 AM  
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Pro Bowling: Athletes or just an Elite learned skill?

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Do you consider these guys athletes?
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Old 01-27-2014, 01:59 AM   #46
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So...bowling was too flashy? That was bowling's problem?
It was overtaking soccer in popularity.
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Old 01-27-2014, 02:25 AM   #47
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Its not a sport, its a game.
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Old 01-27-2014, 02:28 AM   #48
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You know, I actually enjoy seeing those thoroughbreds run. Muscle in motion is a beautiful, god that sounded gay. But seriously ****ing race horses rock.
Wanna see something beautiful, find and watch the first episode of Luck from HBO. Nick Nolte's Walter has a great horse, and the tells the rider to stretch her out a like in practice.

They used tracking shots over the horse's shoulder and film stock, and it's a masterpiece.
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Old 01-27-2014, 02:46 AM   #49
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any "sport" that has a bar that's accessible to the players during a match is not a sport.
There goes baseball
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Old 01-27-2014, 06:06 AM   #50
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I think it would be more interesting than bowling.

In fact, now that I think about it, I would be much more likely to watch a video game tournament on TV than I would a bowling, golf, or tennis tournament.
Tennis is fun to watch on TV.
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Old 01-27-2014, 06:18 AM   #51
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* The Chiefs have more player-committed murder-suicides than playoff victories in the past two decades.

* During last year's meltdown against the Colts in the post season, it looked like the injuries slider was turned up to 100% and they were carting bodies off the field like they were filming B-roll for "The Strain".

* Brodie Croyle (!) is the only quarterback drafted by the team to start a game for them since the mid-80's...and he barely beat out Damon Huard in the process. Croyle then promptly lost all six of his starts. He couldn't even beat out Tyler Thigpen once he returned from injury.
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Old 01-27-2014, 06:44 AM   #52
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Bowlers are no more athletes than chess players. I once had a teenager tell me that chess was a sport because he was "exercising" his brain.

It seems that some people categorize an activity that requires some skill as a sport just to help out their own ego. Both are games. Same as golf.

Any activity is going burn calories. That doesn't make you an "athlete."

Bowling is something someone does when their spouse/significant other tells them to get off the couch and go do something. Same as mowing the yard.

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Old 01-27-2014, 06:52 AM   #53
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I think they are due to the usage of the full body and focus on timing.

Those are all athletic things. I would also consider dart throwers athletes. JMO, I can certainly see the argument.
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* During last year's meltdown against the Colts in the post season, it looked like the injuries slider was turned up to 100% and they were carting bodies off the field like they were filming B-roll for "The Strain".

* Brodie Croyle (!) is the only quarterback drafted by the team to start a game for them since the mid-80's...and he barely beat out Damon Huard in the process. Croyle then promptly lost all six of his starts. He couldn't even beat out Tyler Thigpen once he returned from injury.
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Old 01-27-2014, 06:53 AM   #54
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CP has some Bowling ass ballers. Wasn't it Pink Floyd that was basically a club pro level bowler?
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* The Chiefs have more player-committed murder-suicides than playoff victories in the past two decades.

* During last year's meltdown against the Colts in the post season, it looked like the injuries slider was turned up to 100% and they were carting bodies off the field like they were filming B-roll for "The Strain".

* Brodie Croyle (!) is the only quarterback drafted by the team to start a game for them since the mid-80's...and he barely beat out Damon Huard in the process. Croyle then promptly lost all six of his starts. He couldn't even beat out Tyler Thigpen once he returned from injury.
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Old 01-27-2014, 06:54 AM   #55
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I've been bowling finger tip for longer than I'd like to admit, lol. I actually had both my fingers bend backwards a couple of years ago, that was some real pain. Took months before I could throw a ball normal.
When I last bowled, I bowled finger tip (the only way to score well, IMHO). There is an element of conditioning involved that most non-bowlers don't think about and that is the arm/hand/finger strength needed to throw a 16 lb. ball down the lanes for at least three games consistently.
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Old 01-27-2014, 06:56 AM   #56
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Bowlers are no more athletes than chess players. I once had a teenager tell me that chess was a sport because he was "exercising" his brain.

It seems that some people categorize an activity that requires some skill as a sport just to help out their own ego. Both are games. Same as golf.

Any activity is going burn calories. That doesn't make you an "athlete."

Bowling is something someone does when their spouse/significant other tells them to get off the couch and go do something. Same as mowing the yard.
Yup, and just because it isn't a sport, doesn't mean that you can't also be athletic or that being athletic doesn't give you an advantage in the game.
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Old 01-27-2014, 06:56 AM   #57
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The word "athlete" comes from the Greek (and Latin via Greek) for "contest" or "competing for prizes".

In that sense, professional bowlers are absolutely athletes.
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Old 01-27-2014, 06:59 AM   #58
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When I last bowled, I bowled finger tip (the only way to score well, IMHO). There is an element of conditioning involved that most non-bowlers don't think about and that is the arm/hand/finger strength needed to throw a 16 lb. ball down the lanes for at least three games consistently.
Yup, and most people don't throw the ball right. Keeping your hand behind the ball and coming up through it is a lot more work than just tossing a ball out there, and it has a huge effect on consistent pin action.
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Old 01-27-2014, 06:59 AM   #59
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Yup, and just because it isn't a sport, doesn't mean that you can't also be athletic or that being athletic doesn't give you an advantage in the game.
As a reminder - I think I told you - but I have a very unorthodox tennis game - I run around my forehand in order to unleash my one-handed backhand. I hit more winners from my backhand side.

Odd huh? I haven't played in about 3 years
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* During last year's meltdown against the Colts in the post season, it looked like the injuries slider was turned up to 100% and they were carting bodies off the field like they were filming B-roll for "The Strain".

* Brodie Croyle (!) is the only quarterback drafted by the team to start a game for them since the mid-80's...and he barely beat out Damon Huard in the process. Croyle then promptly lost all six of his starts. He couldn't even beat out Tyler Thigpen once he returned from injury.
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Old 01-27-2014, 07:11 AM   #60
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