bcsst26 wrote:I am not good at this but the first thing that I saw was he is throwing weight back and not forward. I think that is the biggest thing I see.
Craig Smolin wrote:no reach back, seems to swoop up, no hip/shoulder turn. no real power is being generated...
black udder wrote:No hip, torso or shoulder rotation being used to generate power. It's all an arm pull and follow through.
Yeah, probably, because he throws real stable discs and I don't understand why they don't fly out of his hand going the correct location. (left)black udder wrote:not pulling tight to the chest or close to the arm through the throw. That's where you generate your snap.
There might be a little off axis torque going on, too.
Is that another way to tell if you are getting your weight forward correctly?black udder wrote:Standing too upright at the rip. Need to get weight over the plant leg.
I actually told him one time - speed and spin generates distance. I guess I was wrong.black udder wrote:It's not speed that generates distance.
Frank Delicious wrote:and now we know the secret to your power. You are more machine than bear!
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