Also, What makes the wrist bounce back into place?
Using the ruler analogy, a hand is the force bending back the ruler, the ruler snaps forward because the hand is removed. When you're throwing, the force of inertia is what pulls your wrist back (because the disc is moving slower than then rest of your arm). But if you keep accelerating through the hit, which I'm pretty sure you're supposed to do, the arm keeps going faster than the disc, and the inertial force continues to pull back the wrist. Which would equate to the hand never letting go of the ruler. So how does the wrist bounce back?
I'm pretty sure that the disc rips out because the centrifical force pulls the disc outwards from the spinning of the arm, but that doesn't really explain how the wrist would bounce back into place.
Today seems like a good day to toss a disc or two.
The one for hyzer-flipping, turning over right on que.
I try to throw just like that, but sometimes I really suck.
Some say I need to get the axing, chalk it up to bad luck.