lefty-hyzer wrote:you mean feet...but i can tell you with certainty that none of those drives went even close to 300'. i'm just being realistic, not berating you with this statement but - you're going to need to keep on working, a lot, on the field before you touch 300' on average, or at all.
the camera angle makes me look like I'm releasing higher than I really am, but I think I see what you meaMrScoopa wrote:With the forehand try to throw more level to the ground. Right now you are throwing the disc up in the air. Dipping the right shoulder will help to accomplish that. Pretend like you are trying to skip a rock across a pond or throwing a sidearm fastball.
In the backhand it looks like you are spinning around. To get any easy D you have to learn to stop the elbow. A big barrier is the fact that you never get your elbow forward. A good plus is it looks like you are getting your hips and lower body involved and not just using you arm! Keep the arm limp and let it guide the shot.
Look at the telegraphing your shot article on the main page. It might give you some insight on keeping those shots from flying up!
You have a fun journey ahead of you! Look at my first video critique to my last. I'm just now starting to get it!
Get out in that field and throw!
jsun3thousand wrote:Disc golfers are holding the sport back.
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