GorillaTactics wrote:forgive my blatant ignorance, but what kind of discs do you use for those field events?
roadkill wrote:Yes MTA can be a workout also.
They generally don't come back to where you threw them from and if they do they most likely don't yield good times. Sam's 13.06 MTA was caught about 50m from where he threw it. Jack had an MTA that was actually farther away than any of his TRC throws.
Your putter probably won't work too well unless it is 150 class or premi weighted. Heavier stuff comes down too quick. It would work with 170 gram stuff only if you can run the 50m in less than 6 seconds, and if that were the case you're in the wrong sport.
GorillaTactics wrote:How did you do on the 2nd half of the golf rounds?
GorillaTactics wrote:One thing to try that helped me a ton was some aftermarket insoles with more arch support (superfeet work great but conform'ables and some others are fine too). Mine was pretty bad but the insoles helped immediately because it keeps your foot in a more natural, unweighted position, especially when you're running around and planting, and it reduces stress on all parts of your foot, even your back and legs. Give them a shot, they're like 30 bucks at any decent store that sells running/hiking equipment or ski boots.
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