SkaBob wrote:On a number of your approach shots I noticed you're starting your pull with the disc flat, but finishing with it nose up. If you can get the disc to maintain the same flatness you have at the beginning of your throw, you'll get more distance, accuracy and a much straighter flight path out of your approach shots.
Most likely (can't say for sure because I couldn't frame by frame the video) this is happening because you're rolling your wrist as it comes across your body. This is what your body will naturally want to do, and learning not to do it is one of the must un-natural feeling things about getting better at disc golf - thankfully it's pretty simple to learn, though I'm at a loss right now (hey I'm tired heh) as to how to describe how not to do it...
You are absolutely right. I can throw further from a slowed down stand still than muscling the disc out there.
I can't wait to get started on your and JR's stuff. I'm really excited about the putting, because my approach is the best part of my game and if I can get my approach and putting down I'll be a way better player even if my drives are so-so.
All my disc go out about 180-210' and then die. Could it be that I'm not starting with my arm up high enough? It looks like I'm starting below the pec and finishing slightly above the shoulder?
Also, would using my wizards from here on out be such a bad thing until I really get it down?
Man you guys rock. I'd say I love you...but...hell...I love you!
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