masterbeato wrote:yeah i can do some vids tonight on anything you want explained.
no i never have to think about wrist extension because i have practiced it. once you learn how to do it, it is hard to undo it!
black udder wrote:
Gotta say, while I have confidence in what I'm doing and my concepts, I much prefer it when somebody throwing over 400' does it. It's hard to say "Listen to me, I know what I'm doing" when I'm not throwing over 400'... so thanks so much for doing the videos.
bcsst26 wrote:Thanks for showing it. Now is that something you concentrate on when you drive or does it happen natural? Let the debate begin.
ps. Any chance of a short video on hip pivot and using the lower body to drive the throw??
masterbeato wrote:problems turning discs over due to wrist action is not by extending, but is by rolling it over. wrist extension creates a very powerful throw that turns discs over that are not high speed stable but that is due to the power, it is really hard to undo it if it is there. rolling your wrist over will flip anything.
DiscJay wrote:My idea of hip pivot/rotation is from watching a baseball player hitting but in a more upright and weight forward posture rather than "weight back" as the baseball swing seems. The hips rotate through before the upper body and arms come through in the baseball swing. Would you say that would be a good analogy?
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