I've been playing for a few months, and have a desire to improve my throw. I'm interested in trying the "working for the hit" practice, but so far I'm not sure I'm understanding it correctly. Nor can I watch the video linked to in the "Masterbeato's Form" thread.
I'd like to know if I've understood correctly the "working from the hit" is suppose to work.
Being RHBH, I would need to start with stand with my right shoulder toward the target, the disc held in the right hand chest high and right of center or in front of the right pectoral. The arm would need to be bent so that the disc is close to the body, maybe a few inches or even less. Starting from that position, with the body remaining stationery, I would need to throw the disc, concentrating an accelorating (I've misspelled that, haven't I
) into and through the hit or release.
Is this correct? Should there be no weight shifting yet? Should there be no turning? is the throw at this beginning point mostly an arm motion? Should there be a follow-through with the body?