I could do this with other putters, the wizard I can't. The wizard taught me how to put annie from the release instead of letting the stability flip it. I realised I was pulling my shoulders way to soon, which was why I couldn't get an annie release (just more trajectory to the right) and less power than a flat/hyzer throw. I make sure my shoulders and arms are loose (thats for all shots...) and on the pullback have the outside of my disc (in relation to my location of grip) down and on the pullthrough hold that orientation. Blake's "Telegraphing your shots" article helped a lot. Start without an x-step, just a static pullback, step, pull. It will let you get the feel for it.calvarycoffee wrote:if its a short anhyzer, throw a putter flat, high and hard (really hard). the disc will do the work.
jgarcia9102 wrote:throwing a good anny is somehting i really have trouble doing. it seems like lot of what has been described above really isnt anny at all, its just throwing an understable disc that will turn.
when i try to release a disc with anny i have a hard time keeping the nose down. anybody can throw a sky anny, the hard part is consistently throwing one 8-12' off the ground. i know i cant.
for long never-ending right turns i throw a Teebird flat and low, and for shorter turns i use my putter.
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