black udder wrote:Give it time, grasshopper
It's hard to beat somebody looking at you throw and giving comments - if you have video, you can do it yourself.
If you don't have video - make a list of the few things you're focusing on - you'll feel wrist snap, but stuff like hip pivot, shoulder rotation - disc releasing in front vs to the left or right, release angle, etc.
You can then have somebody watch you throw some shots and ask them to check for specific things (i.e. hey - tell me if I'm pivoting my hips (like this - show them) or rotating around my plant foot (like this - show them), then throw a shot or two focusing on what you want to do. See what they see. When they know what to look for, it won't be too hard to see it.
One thing I'm learning is that I need to trust my aim - so many times, I line everything up, then go through my throw and focus on where the disc is going when really, I need to focus on my throw instead. I've already lined myself up for the shot, I just have to execute properly and it will go where I intend. However, if I line up right, but don't execute right, then who knows where it's going. Seems to help some and take my mind off the shot consequence phobias.
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