black udder wrote:I'd previously thought that you reach back and pull in a straight line from the back to the front, but as Dan said, if you do that, it's harder to keep the disc in tight when it gets to the right pec. Thus, if you reach back a little away (Barry Schultz is an exaggerated example) you can pull into the armpit like Dan is saying instead of having to try and stay in tight all the way across your chest, which may give you the impression you're tight all the way but at the point of the right pec when you want to be close, you might find you're further out than you thought.
Yeah, I can see that. I tried it in the family room in slow and medium speeds and I see what y'all mean.
I tried that in the field today too with a shorter reachback but I was having issues with the disc slipping out rather than ripping out. I took some more video from today which I will post soon.
Let me know anything else y'all see and I will work on it.
Thanks again for everyone's time and advice. Hopefully this will keep all talk and theories coming. Think of me as your personal student that we can all throw theories and tried and true techniques at for all of us to learn from.