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Shoulder Injuries From Bowling Too Much — 4 Comments

  1. Hi Jim, Glad you liked the article. I was going through it, so I though others might be helped by what I experienced. When we are young it is not so apparent as when we get older. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment!


  2. I can really identify with “bowler’s shoulder” because, at one time, I was bowling while wearing a shoulder brace to keep from unduly aggravating my tendinitis.

    Also plaguing me was carpal tunnel in my wrist. I was throwing an offset, full-fingertip 16 pound ball and keeping my wrist locked into position took its toll.

    I finally had to cut down to bowling only a handful of games per day. It was tough since I was used to bowling between 15 and 20 games every day!

    Excellent article, Chas!


  3. Hi Andrew,

    I am glad you enjoyed the article. Bowling is fun, but we can’t overdo it. Younger players will get some soreness, but older players can do some damage if they are not careful. Be careful, listen to your body and give it a chance to heal itself. If you get sore take it easy for a while. Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment.


  4. Hi chas how are you ,I have just read your article and I thought it was fantastic. First of let me say I love to go bowling granted am not at a high level but it really is fun, it never occurred to me how it could effect the body and cause stress on the joints and other parts of the body down the line, but now I know and I can spread the message thank you for the information.

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