keltik wrote:your negatives:
- you telegraph anhyzer meaning you probably are torquing the discs some
- your right shoulder enters the throwing motion higher than your left, drop your right shoulder earlier
well you have a lot of positives but it's not perfect. With all of your positives you should be able to get a lot farther if you lower your leading shoulder and pull the disc a bit flatter rather than with the flight plate pointing towards your chest. doing both of these will give you more nose down and thus a longer flight. be aware that making these changes may affect your timing some. hope this helps.
VCanucks wrote:Thanks for the comments on my shots... Just wondering now how to go about fixing those problems?
- Arm needs to be closer to the chest to avoid the anhyzer? pull the disc flat like it has glass of water on top of it
- Drop the right shoulder just lower it down it's that simple
Also, my knee is a bit sore after going to the field and throwing approximately 50+ drives. Is this something to be concerned about? I wonder if I'm not pivoting over my knee correctly?
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