JR wrote:Comet turning at under 250' and not at 300' is something i've come across too. It seems to be all in the spin thus snap thus late acceleration for me. We have enough power to exceed the cruising speed of the Comet to make it turn if we don't give it good enough spin. Which is all too easy with an early acceleration and incomplete late acceleration which leads to a partially hampered disc pivot all too easily. But the main thing probably is too loose a grip leading to slips or micro slips that have the disc moving in the correct direction but with too early thumb separation from the disc before the disc pivot has completed fully. Reducing spin rate so that the speed overpowers the gyroscopic force and the disc flips anny. The solution is to start slower with the arm pull and create the needed power after the right pec position with a brisk to hard late acceleration and pinching well. It may also be helpful to move the thumb closer to the center of the disc to delay the thumb slipping away from the disc a little even though it will not pivot the disc optimally after the thumb has started slipping. It will still help a little. Loosey goosey with the Comet is is a punishing disc.
Wrist rolls are all too common and the cure is to tighten up the muscles around the wrist some at around the starting point of the elbow chop. How tight and when depends on your muscle power and acceleration ability. So only you can tell which version gives the best distance and only by experimenting.
JR wrote:The disc remained above the elbow all the time so it is not a problem.
JR wrote:What are you trying to achieve with the hyzer and the anhyzer angles in putting lateral movement? It happens on slower nose up higher apex throws. Lasers push straight despite the angle just as harder putter drives do for the first portion of the flight that can last the majority of the distance covered with the throw.
Some putt with the same side leg than the throwing arm forward i do it the other way round. No matter which way you use you can improve the power generation by separating the legs more back to front in relation to the release to basket line.
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