been busy with life stuff. went through some car issues followed by some kid troubles that led to housing difficulties. overall things are going okay now that i've finally finished selling off most of the crap i had in the garage sale section. turned 5 tv's into 3 bigger tv's
sold video games to pay for a window, etc.
Whiz: don't put too much emphasis on the hips. it does happen in 2 stages, first with a rotate in and second with a rotate out. the second rotation shouldn't really happen until the disc is leaving/just left and it's pretty abrupt. but, i'll put it this way: if your goal is to really throw far, you're looking at the wrong stuff right now. if you are wanting to go from 450' to 520', improving hip mechanics can do a lot here, if you are wanting to go from 350' to 450', it's not what you are looking for. i would say work on developing snap and then worrying about hips after you have the snap. i know this is a non-answer, but honestly, hips usually make up like 10% of throwing power.
Iman: i'll post a reply there.
zj: i've never really worked much with it, so i don't really have any comments.