For some reason i could not get these videos to show directly on this site.
Well officially fuck me:http://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation ... z5Tgbgdt94
11 year old girl rounding to such speed. Great bracing. At least she kept the rear leg down until after the disc had ripped out.
Some lean over the disc with flat shots but Wiggins especially needs to hyzer the disc steeply with the disc flipping a lot at a lot of height. Some say they get better snap leaning over the disc so you should test it for yourself.
I did mean the heel pivot by getting the ball of the foot up into the air. It is asking for trouble to keep so much of the shoe down on the ground.
The Voigt style demonstrated by Bradley Walker:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nM11kxGJ ... MHdYRzs-rw
I highly recommend to attempt straight line arm pull straight running at the target accuracy form vs semi rounding vs Voigt style. Throwing in the Feldy kick as well to each of those to see what works best for you. That is for golf desperation or wide open hole guts or glory shots. For distance comps a 360 would be more appropriate. I i forgot to mention that there is another distance form called the double pivot. There the x step left leg pivots on the ball of the foot and the plant step pivots on the heel. Some arcing in the running direction is needed most likely. The semi rounding works here too but so does the Voigt style reach back too. in difficulty and power generation the double pivot is superior for me to the Voigt style by a fraction semi rounded. YMMV. I did not bother to learn Voigt reach back with the double pivot because it is not an accuracy form limiting visual aiming chances. I am not saying that is impossible it is just very hard and the added complexity and not moving constantly at he target all the time is not helping accuracy and consistency. Even on dry grippy surfaces. It needs some physical condition to be able to pull off the balance and timing with the double pivot with even some chances of a success for golfing and ok results in D comps. Where a 360 has more potential anyhow. It may not be a bad idea to start off a D comp with a double pivot to get a result then go pressure free balls out with a 360. If that works then 720
Note the non optimal flat footed plant step with Bradley which you should avoid. Some move even more diagonally in the steps and turn more away from the target with the back so it is more like a mini 360. Those guys need to reach back to even farther toward the left side of the tee pad looking from behind the tee at the target. So i recommend experimenting differently angled running directions with the reach back moving more toward the left the more diagonally you run. That is even better for those with large pecs and biceps who are not limber. That way the disc is well farther awy from the left pec than Bradley had loosening up the arm muscles and probably the pec too.
Lizotte is not only timing the movements with the wrist waggle but actually creating more snap by stretching the arm tendons and muscles with the waggling prior to the wrist snap shooting the wrist right at added speed compared to regular snap without the Doss type of arm foraward then into the reach back or arm to the reach back then boom type of throws. On the final hole of the Beast that is the European Open course Simon reach backed well to the right starting out his throw by semi rounding until the right pec or so continuing straightish across his chest grip locking to the right. He was hammering hard there beyond regular control power because you need shit ton of power to get to the green or the uphill fairway in front of the raised green. That hole is IIRC close to 700' well uphill. Simon did two that hole in practice. The course is long and the weather was hot enough so that the 5+ hour rounds hurt the stamina. That attempt is still no joke by any means and only the elite distance throwers can hope to gain a stroke on the other by going to the green. Simon was lagging behind in the scores so he needed to shoot some fireworks.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.