The throw happens in two parts and starts when the plant step toe hits the ground. You were x stepping so you already have forward momentum which will move your legs and body from reach back to torso facing 90 degrees left of the target with the disc around the left side. From there you still lazy about with the legs, hips and shoulders moving the arm elbow forward and the disc to the right side. Once you get there the legs initiate the power generation in the power zone. Followed lightning fast with the hips twist, shoulder turn, elbow chop, wrist snap and wrist stopping then the disc pivots if you pinch hard enough possibly enough spin and speed is the result. The speed of the fast left leg knee straightening skateboard kick/right rotation in the non Feldy style to the rip should be very quick. With luck as fast as the fastest two claps you can manage in a row. That means that you can't consciously issue commands to different body parts in sequence left leg kicks, both legs in Do The Twist dance move by Chubby Checker then the hips twisting the shoulders turning then the elbow chopping then so on ad nauseum. That would be slower than girls throwing. I wonder if they think what they do? That may be a recipe to throwing like a girl
That's wasting proper previous momentum, body positioning and timing making most of the motions incidental on top of which you slam on power or pour fuel to the fire kicking in the afterburner.
Pause first powering then. Incidental cruising until then except you should vary the acceleration point and rate of acceleration to see where your current optimum is. It will change earlier with practice probably if you're not fast in the nervous system and filled with the fastest kind of muscle cells and strong already. Those kinds of changes come slowly so annual checks should suffice.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.