Blake_T wrote:you are coming through too fast with the upper body. i know you mentioned that they play back faster than actual, but your right shoulder rotates too quickly to let your elbow/arm clear the power zone. the result is that the disc leaves when it's ~6" past your body (vs. the ideal of 12"+) without a lot of wrist extension.
slow down the rotation a bit and relax with focus on hitting it hard late. as of now your disc is leaving when you are supposed to really start putting on the power.
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masterbeato wrote:try something i learned when studying a few sections of Tai-Chi 6 years back and it worked for me out on the course greatly.
this exercise is part of your pre-shot routine.
do what you do regularly but when you pull back, pull back in slow motion and focus on where the hit should be and accelerate out of it and force your wrist open. slow motion creates weight on/and relaxes your muscles and tendons and i have noticed that i have accelerated a lot faster due to the slow motion i did in my pre shot routine. so when you throw you will be more focused on the hit and where it should be.
slow motion also creates incredible coordination while burning motions into your brain so you will have more control over your body, and you will feel more relaxed.
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