What's light when learning "snap"

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What's light when learning "snap"

Postby birddog » Tue Feb 08, 2005 10:58 am

I currently practice with discs in the 165 to 175 range and I'm just starting out. My max D is about 340' with a 165-167 Leopard. I also spend a lot of time working with a 167-169 MRV and a 175 Roc to learn how to control a disc. There was a recent post on using lighter discs while learning snap - will these discs suffice for me while developing?

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Postby Blake_T » Thu Feb 10, 2005 10:02 am

the discs you are using should be fine. i find heavier discs are easier to feel the wrist reflex action, but it's much harder to see a noticeable result with these discs unless you get all of it.
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