cmlasley wrote:You are totally over-thinking this. The hips will pull the arm; the arm just gets towed along. When the disc hits your right pec, pour on the coal and go like hell. It should feel as though your arm is catapulting the disc with very little upper body until the right pec.
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One also has to be careful for how to pour on muscle after the right pec, some people seize up or clench up on their throwing motion, it has to be calibrated smooth power, bouncy and elastic, not jerky.
JR wrote:If you can hear it it probably is slipping it should be silent. Do you ever get white surface or the skin or red? Usually those mean a slip and occur with field practice with more shots than on the course in a shorter time.
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