Thanks again for taking the time to analyse my swing to both of you.
Like I mentioned, I have been working hard on the allready mentioned issues and I can see Im moving the the right direction.
The improvement is not as fast as I would like it to be, but Im improving and thats whats important.
I remember asking our local pro, Karl Johan Nybo about how he generated the speed for his long throws.
Even though he is physicly very talented, he have a hard time explaining exactly what he is doing. The thing
he told me was that I should twist my leg. But back then I couldnt understand how it could generate that much power.
I had very little understanding of the mechanics of the throw. Now I know a little better (after you guys explained it)
so now it is clear why I have to twist the leg to start the chainreaction of the throw.
Well what I basicly mean is that you have to have a certan degree of theroretical and practical understanding to move on.
Otherwise you want be able to fully understand it. Well I cant anyway.
JR I understand you point about the arm not matching the speed of the legtwist. I hope it is a timing issue and like you said,
If I slow down a little with the legs and speed up a little with the arm I might find a way to throw straight.
Regarding the left foot getting stuck, I think seabas22 is on to somthing about that I transfer the weight to much and make it hard
to rotate on the heel once most of the weight is on the front foot.
I do understand that I have to rotate on the heel of the front foot in order not to harm myself, so that is indeed something I will work
on. But it is a slooooow proces to get everything in place.
This leads me to another question...
Should I rotate more (and slower) with the legs and hips and push less with the rear leg to avaoid transfering to much weight to the front
and be able to rotate on the heel?