JR wrote:Cool just keep that new feeling and form! Would you say your previous form had more tension in the arm muscles early on in the throw? And that the arm acts more whip like now?
JR wrote:Bradley_Walker copied the reach back of Chris Voigt and doesn't keep the arm close to the body in the reach back. So they pull close to the body in the right pec position. I'm not sure how Chris goes from there because i don't have video of him that shows how he throws. Do you go in a straight line along the axis of the running direction or do you pull the arm to the right in the same vector as the arm moved from the reach back to the right pec? That will move the arm to the right of the right side unlike in a straight pull. Pulling the arm to the right changes aiming completely. I haven't tried that a lot because of the radical aiming change. Maybe in time. In stand still practice the automated part of the wrist snap is way faster than in a straight line pull.
Idk how this works for anybody, I can't even do the fake grip, I quit, never playing this stupid sport again...jdkfjfdfjfckckdkdkvcjdh!!!!
If I try to throw harder I get a severe pull to the right like I'm throwing a roller (and it usually does turn into one). It would be safe to say that this is OAT right? Thanks
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