JR wrote:What should disc golfers, clubs, national organizations and the PDGA do to get more women to play?
Trey133 wrote:Easier sidearm distance made simple for women. Go look at Avery's sidearm. It's proven the most successful for those who are not able to sidearm (can't figure out the mechanics). This primes your arm and body for a sidearm reachback and pullthrough. It makes stand still sidearms very easy too.
ashley wrote:Thanks, I appreciate all the help with the sidearm. I know this sounds silly, but I have been always told it is like flicking a towel. However, this is something I never learned as a girl. I feel somehow deprived, ha ha.
ashley wrote:I use a power grip on my drives, and a control grip on my approaches and putts. I don't really do anything that differently other than I don't like the rims on the faster drivers. My favorite discs are the teebird and leopard. I throw a lot of orcs, but I can feel the difference in the size of the rim even on them.
keltik wrote:Does having breasts affect your throwing motion? This is a serious question. I used to hit my chest when I first started out and then I learned proper technique. But I've always wondered if having extra tissue on the front of your body makes things difficult or if it adds something to be conscious of.
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