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Mid Range Throwing Technique Video

Postby getrichschemer » Thu Oct 21, 2010 12:06 pm

I have not seen to many mid range videos or tutorials. There are alot of putting and driving though. I mean for wholes that are 50-150 driving. Does anyone have any? I tried to youtube midrange driving but just get long range.
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Re: Mid Range Throwing Technique Video

Postby garublador » Thu Oct 21, 2010 12:47 pm

Those are really approach shots. The best advice I can think of to help with those shots is to play catch with a friend. I use the same technique and grip for that as I do for approach shots.
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Re: Mid Range Throwing Technique Video

Postby getrichschemer » Thu Oct 21, 2010 1:21 pm

I normally just use the x step and then pivot on my right foot a bit.
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Re: Mid Range Throwing Technique Video

Postby masterbeato » Thu Oct 21, 2010 2:00 pm

catch with a friend is what i would suggest from 150' and in without having to make a putting motion obviously. can try some from longer midrange range, and one from half that range and try to figure out how to take off distance.

can either have a firmer grip and limp arm it which i do not suggest but it works just the same (more room for error) or you can throw it harder without gripping hard. pop your hand open rather than hanging onto it, short reach back etc.

the key is to just play around with it.
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