JacksWeather wrote:another thing...
When I get my better throws off , the disc seems to be flying pretty straight with some high speed turn and little low speed fade, but when its just flying even and straight it seems like the disc will be like bobbing up and/or down. Not changing how its flying, just changing its elevation. I was wondering if this is a bad thing, my guess is it is and if there is a known cause for it, like not having enough spin or something along those lines, thanks again...
JacksWeather wrote:Question time.
1) Is it natural for the hand to get sore in that way? I know disc ripping out can cause cuts along the finger/s but this is different I think.
2) I think it would be best if I did my best to just grip with the front pad of my thumb close to the tip, and not so much the base of my thumb. Woulld gripping with the base rob power/spin?
3) Would it be better for spin if my thumb pad were closer to the outside of the disc than the center?
4) Should I change the angle of which the disc edge goes along my palm? Should it be going across my palm from side to side more or what? (please don't say along the life line cause I don't know which line that is).
Any other advice on optimally using the power grip would be appreciate. I know its not exactly that complicated of a thing, but since its making my hand sore, I figure I may as well try to fixing up my grip so that stops and try to get some extra power while I'm at it.
JacksWeather wrote:Think I just need to wrap my fingers around the rim more?
JacksWeather wrote:Blake, So are you saying its ok/good to be gripping the disc with the the base of the thumb?
JacksWeather wrote:If I see the disc has alot of high speed turn, what does that indicate? cause I'm pretty sure before my throws had no high speed turn whatsoever, but I feel like I get some improvement in my throw and I'll notice more high speed turn than before. Does it mean I'm getting more spin on the disc or throwing the disc at a higher velocity?
JacksWeather wrote:If my endless questions get annoying tell me. : )
Jobuu wrote:wont more velocity make the disc turn over to the right (RHBH) anhyzer?
i was under the impression he meant the disc was turning left in a high speed turn which would mean the extra "umph" he was putting on the disc compromised his technique and possibly now releasing the disc on the hyzer side making it turn left
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