malinkie wrote:roman wrote:Looks like you have the same problem I do - following through on a downward plane... Do you have any problems with discs burning left for you?
Luckily no. I only really do that with putters n mids. I come straight across with drivers. I probably shouldn't be changing my plane per discblack udder wrote:Looks like some OAT. You're not getting your weight forward. You're off center of your axis.
OAT does not show itsself in the disc flight... How do i get back to my center axis?
I have been having issues getting the whip like manner my from the hips up. I do feel like i get no power from my body apart from from my arms. Is the only way to work on this to throw stationary?
Looks like i have plenty to work on for this year
The OAT is keeping discs flat or making them float left. Watch when you throw, you come through at around nipple level, but finish below that. You don't follow through correctly. You pull your arm down and inside after your throw. You should try keeping the same trajectory with your arm and rotate your shoulders. It'll open up your shoulder some. Then, when your arm reaches it's maximum flexibility, it should come down.
When you throw, you are basically spinning in place and the disc is pulled from one side and shot (thrown) out the other. Imagine your spine as a pole in the ground and don't rotate off that pole. If you watch your video, you'll see you are rotating off that axis. You're also pulling from your reachback all the way through to the release. You should be letting your hip and body rotation pull your arm part of the way so you when you do pull, you start later and at the hit, you are pulling as fast as you can. By the time you get to the rip point, you've already been pulling all across your body and out the other side. A late pull doesn't start until the disc is close to the center of your chest, then you accelerate up to just beyond the hit.