I've never really been able to comprehend this concept... I can consciously pull it right to achieve an air bounce knife hyzer, but pushing it to the left i can't conceptualize very easily. When I pull it to the right, (when throwing with hyzer) it is effectively, nose up. From what I can tell, this is from a reachback that is <180 degrees away from my target, resulting in a pull in equal proportions to the right on the follow through. To achieve this massive ammount of nose down on hyzer flips, should i effectively have my reachback go >180 degrees from my target (while maintaining the footwork/momentum towards my target?)Blake_T wrote:correct, but the focus on the hyzer flip should be to pull the disc into the distance turn with a ton of nose down, which is ~30 degrees from left to right.
5'garublador wrote:I also find that practicing throwing putters far has helped my technique quite a bit. While they are forgiving when it comes to nose angles, they aren't very forgiving when it comes to off-axis torque.
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