cruz duck wrote:bu - thanks for the reply.
The time off was good for me. I have had a few sessions this week and I think I am progressing. However I am not happy with my routine. I have posted about a new routine on the General Discussion board. Hopefully, it will help make my sessions more productive.
My arm speed is still not where I want it to be, but I think it is getting better.
I am a little surprised that you suggested the Snap 2009 thread and Brad's video. I had looked at them, but did not pay much attention. At one point, Blake says that you should have the basics down and be throwing 350 feet before you begin working on snap. Do you really think I am ready to begin work on snap?
cruz duck wrote:I know that I am preaching to the choir, but Blake and MB really know what they are talking about. Like most people, I want to trust my instincts. My instincts say that I don't need to start with putters (I can learn just as well with fairway drivers), I don't need to do the right pec drill (I can learn the same principles with a one step throw), I don't need to work from the hit back (I can work on my worst flaw and leave the rest of my technique the same). In every case, my instincts were wrong and the advice I got from this board was right on.
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