Frank Delicious wrote:and now we know the secret to your power. You are more machine than bear!
I realized that the disc was coming out at the same angle consistently, just to the right of where I was aiming (sort of like a "griplock"). What I needed to do was adjust my body and motions and let the disc come out of the hammer pound naturally toward where I want it to go.
1. if your last feeling is the disc pulling against the fingers, it was most likely a slip.
2. if your last feeling is the fingers pulling against the disc, it was most likely a hit.
Now, my questions are a little more grip related. I find that I have to hold on *really* hard, and the tips of my fingers get really sore after 5-10 pounds, I then have to wait about 10-20 secs for the pain to disappear before I can do it again, in particullar in my pinky and ringfinger. Does that sound right?
Also, sometimes the disc is not balanced against my hand and it wobbles during the pound - is that an indication of a bad grip?
I have a question about achieving different rip points on the disc. How much line drive distance, with low fading for that individual thrower, changes with 3 o'clock rips to 4.30 o'clock rip is there? How about a later rip, because i've achieved that too maybe only three times.
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