Blake_T wrote:if you hold the disc at the position it is supposed to rip out, see how much nose down you can get. generally it's tough to get more than ~10 degrees. then hold it at the same spot but then lean forward ~45 degrees. you will see that this will increase the nose down potential by a substantial margin.
i will say it is easier to manipulate hyzer/anhyzer angles when upright, but as for nose down, there is tons more potential nose down with weight forward.
I assume he is referring to continuing your forward momentum through the follow-through. Not so much bending down as it is continuing the forward weight transfer.
Wait, so is ripping off the index finger better than off the middle finger?
Blake_T wrote:Wait, so is ripping off the index finger better than off the middle finger?
potentially better, yes. actually better for a given player, maybe. potentially stronger, yes. actually stronger for a given player, maybe.
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