Weebl wrote: Have a slow x-step, it's easier to get your timing down and make sure that you arn't pulling through before your plant foot touches the ground. Contrary to intuition, a slower x-step, for me, has provided me with my longest throws ever, accurate and faster releases.
sounds like your culprit is mainly weight forward.
presidio hills wrote:i've ben focusing on my momentum a lot recently too because i face a similar problem (or i used to) with getting the weight forward. i'm only 5'7" and think height might have something to do with needing to be quicker.
the invisible tree wrote:One of the guys that I followed was Brad Hammock who is quite small but has distance that I can only dream of. Whenever the teepad was level with the ground he started his run up such that he took three steps before he even reached the teepad. I don't think he could have moved any faster if he tried.
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