ashley wrote:I am really going to try and not pick up any extra molds this year. I would like to think I can make it out to 350 with what I have. I am going to try and break down my runup and get it looking good. I have been watching video online, and with the help of my ever so patient husband, I hope to improve drastically with it this year.
My cyclones probably qualify as super flippy, but I like them as approach discs because I can put them on any line and they will hold(tp's for what it's worth) They seem to power down very well.
I looked into getting a River at one point, but it seems like it is hard to find them under 170. 163 is my ideal weight.
To be honest, I rarely throw the ORC, Firebird, and Roadrunner. But, I do keep them in the bag for a hole here and there. If there is substantial wind, the orc will see a lot of use, otherwise it just sits there. I played a tournament last week, and there was one hole that the ORC was perfect for.
Does your husband know how rare it is to have a lady pushing 300'? It is and telling him that and that you want to throw 350' should motivate him to help you train. Once you can harness more of the power from the x step and possibly a run up the 350' goal is getting closer soon and the Roadrunner and the Orc will become more useful.