Check the 'Throwing a Curve Ball' link to learn about the mechanics of a curve ball.
Fast ball, curve ball, drop ball, screw ball, rise ball, change up, curve drop, off speed curve.
There are types of curve balls one being the backdoor curve ball.
A cross between a fast ball and a curve ball is called a slider.
When a fast ball and curve ball are mixed together it is called a slider.
you curve the ball by shooting the ball n curve either right or left with the left or right arrow keyz
Yes you can. If the ball has pace before it meets your head you can definitely put curve on it. I don't know if anyone really tries to because it's hard enough placing the ball without the fancy stuff!
A fast ball is when the pitchers throws the ball straight at the strike zone, it doesn't curve (curve ball) or lower (slider), it goes straight ahead.
If a southpaw is pitching the ball will curve slightly more because everyone has a muscle that is stronger in their left arm than right. The ball won't curve on it's own, it is probably a curve, slider, or spitball (illegal).
Three things affect the trajectory of a curve ball: Coriolis effect, gravity and precession AKA spin drift.
Straght ball,hook ball, curve ball, backup ball.
There is not only one answer. It only depends on how much you want it to curve. If you want it to curve a little bit, i think a tornado would be a great ball. If you want it to curve a lot, the 2 top ones are the mission and invasion. This is really a personal answer. It depends on many factors, including but not limited to: the type of bowler, the type of lane, the lane condition, etc. Many different bowlers do better with different types of balls. I can make a plastic ball hook/curve depending on how I release it. The best ball is the ball the bowler is comfortable with and can practice with regularly to improve his/her game.
The friction of the seams with the air causes the ball to curve
which fingers on a pitcher's throwing hand controls a curve ball and a slider
you kick the ball on the bottom side with the upper inside of your shoe for a ball to curve right you hit it on the bottom left and follow through to the left and to make it curve left you kick it on the bottom right and follow through towards the outside. Adidas also claims that with their cleat, the predator powerswerve, you can curve the ball better
The straight ball.
To curve it right to left, hit the ball with the inside of your foot on the bottom right hand side of the ball. To curve the ball left to right, hit the ball with the outside of your foot, on the bottom left of the ball. Yes that's correct,but if you want more power hit it with the tip of your foot.
Games where atheletes can put a spin on the ball have a big difference with lacrosse. The balls are filled with air. A lacrosse ball is way to dense to have any curve in the air. Just watch any mll player shoot. They're shooting over 100 mph and the ball still has no curve.
since kamehameha is a fiction move on dragon ball z you cant really do a kamehameha wave in real life lol
Black Berry Curve all the way. First off, the curve has way more colours, and has the track, not a ball. Secondly, the track is easier to use then the ball. Lastly, the ball from the pearl is easir to break.
Yellow Hammer is a term for a curve ball that not only breaks but has a big drop to it. Another term for Yellow Hammer is a '12 to 6' curve ball. Other terms for a curve ball are 'yakker' and 'Uncle Charlie'.
Baseball is the only sport to have a technique officially called a 'curve ball'. However, the various forms of bowling, including bowls (aka lawn bowling) also sometimes refer to the hooking of the ball after its release as a curve.
spin the ball across your body
The club may strike the ball in such a way as to induce it to spin. This affects the aerodynamics of the ball, and can cause its path to curve.