Blake_T wrote:in that video i have shown an exaggerated version of what tendon bounce is, but not the actual harnessing of it. with most big throwers, the motion is maybe 1/4" towards wrist closed followed by ~1/2" of wrist open and pulled through the shot to impart maximum force onto the disc.
There is tremendous power from just the correct manipulation of the tiny bit of "recoil"
I am going to say this is much more important than trying to learn a big long pull, huge coil, or fast run up. Especially if you want to have any clue where the thing is going.
whip power instead of finish power
Blake_T wrote:if you are going over 450', trust me, you already harness it.
rehder wrote:Is it possible for you to get some video of a throw? and upload it somewhere?
rehder wrote:I went out for a short while today, and tried the "more finishing power" aproach. That is I didnt go for a long reachback and didnt accelerate as ealy as I usually do, but focussed instead on accelerating through the hit. At times I would do a 360. What I found was that at times I got some nice flights, but it seemd much harder to aim/time the rip because that window just got smaller. I dont think I got much snap either, but of course its hard to tell since I have no vid of myself. I also think it doesnt help that Im bundled up atm. because of the cold and wet weather right now.
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