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6/29/09 10:00 P

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Losing weight can help your bowling in so many ways. As for being pregnant, congratulations on your impressive scores! Many time bowlers score better when they are sick or slightly injured (or pregnant) because they just concentrate on getting to the foul line and do not over think things. Many times when I felt sick or really tired, I found my steps slower and my scores higher.

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4/14/08 10:03 A

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I don't know. I bowled my best series ever, 750, when I was six months pregnant with my son. But, I'm willing to see. Bowled a 258 two weeks ago. Highest game ever, 279. Average right now, 181.

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2/5/08 6:27 P

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I have been bowling most of my life and have noticed that my scores have gotten lower while I have gotten bigger. So I am testing this by seeing if my scores go up when my weight goes down.

Edited by: DMATT35 at: 2/5/2008 (18:27)
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