Monocacy wrote:Chris: I would like to thank you profusely for your forehand instructional. I have been using forehand for short approach shots, but as soon as I tried to put any power into it my technique would fall apart. Your video provided such a clear description that I have been able to improve my forehand considerably.
At the ice bowl last weekend, I managed to squeeze a forehand or two down some tightly wooded fairways. Today on the practice field I managed a few forehand drives to 240’, which is probably 40’ further than I was able to throw a week ago. While a 240’ flick isn’t much to brag on, it opens up a lot of useful options that were previously unavailable. Needless to say, I’m pretty encouraged to continue working on forehand drives, especially since my backhand distance isn’t much to brag on, either.
Thanks again, Chris!
spitfire wrote:Great video! My sidearm is not good at all so I avoid using that shot because my % of making a good shot is low. Sidearm is the biggest thing I want to improve this year and your video will help a lot. Thanks for posting it.
JR wrote:You definitely need to pivot just like BH when running with FH.
ChrisWoj wrote:That depends entirely on the purpose of the forehand. If you want short and accurate forehands you adjust that closer to the center of the disc. Longer shots require the additional leverage of throwing through the far point on the disc.
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