Banjar wrote:heh! - Getting my elbow forward was about the only thing I felt i did alright after watching these!
The glaring problems I see myself:
- weight back during release, looooong plant step, starting pull before I plant.
- not pulling on the same plane aka. "scooping" (what should I do? lower the plane all together or try to pull higher across my chest=not comfortable?)
- shoulders rotating from 90-0 too soon.
As for the Masterbeato video, I've tried it for a little while, but I always felt uncomfortable with the elbow that high. I also don't really "get it" I think. If the elbow is already pointing at the target, how do you apply power through the elbow? From that position all I can do is swing my lower arm out and leave the elbow where it is (aka, the full-body-cast with only the elbow and wrist movable) - I think that might be the purpose of the drill, but my discs only went around 100-120 feet - which is far from the 300 feet you should get according to the drill - I know I'm not supposed to hit 300 easily, but my midranges fly straight for maybe 80 feet before faiding. Maybe I should record that on video and let you guys tell what I am doing wrong...
Blake_T wrote:pause is a bad term for it.
it's more of a slowing down and then increasing in speed.
on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the fastest, the rotation from 180 to 90 should occur between 6 and 8. rotation at that point briefly slows to a speed between 1 and 3. this allows the disc and elbow to "catch up" and reach the positions they need to. the finishing rotation, that goes from ~90 to open should be between 8 and 10.
a fairly abrupt speed change will trigger the actions the same as a stop or pause would.
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