How do we drive?

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How do we drive?

Postby Msarimaa » Sun Sep 18, 2011 10:25 am



Me and my friend driving. My friend has the hat.
He threw: Champion Beast (somewhat beat), Star Archon (quite new)

I threw: Westside swords. Both 172g, first one VIP, second Tournament.

I Just realized, that You can't see the footwork properly from these, but if you guys can get anything from these I'd appreciate it!

-Thanks!
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Re: How do we drive?

Postby DsmDisc » Sun Sep 18, 2011 2:36 pm

A little tough to see from the angle, but it looks like you are not getting your disc into the power area. Your arm appears to stay behind your body through the entire throw. Try to hold off on the body/shoulder rotation and pull your elbow through like you are trying to elbow someone in the chest. Then when your body turns, you can release the elbow joint and your lower arm will whip out.
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Re: How do we drive?

Postby JR » Mon Sep 19, 2011 8:15 am

Try to avoid tilting to the right from the hips. Are you members of DGCT? They should be able to help. If you go to their website or Zone i'm sure you can get hands on assistance. Also weeklies at Vihioja should help in getting personal assistance.
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