JR wrote: Your wrist rolls counterclockwise in the follow through. You don't get a lot of left leg push and accelerate the arm early ad the speed remains constant. Try moving the arm slowly at first and accelerating late.
JR wrote: Normally you wouldn't want to roll the wrist over because that's off axis torque causing anny. You rolled the wrist in the opposite direction of "scooping" having the back of the hand facing upward. And the angles were larger than the "scooping of water from the surface" needs to be. The scoop also needs to start earlier about when the elbow starts chopping at the latest if the reach back is short or from the reach back if you throw like Avery Jenkins. Your wrist rolled over starting near the onset of wrist extension.
JR wrote: If you have never flipped a disc despite this switched upside down palm orientation you're using piggish discs and probably not that hard. I you continue using that technique you're reinforcing bad habits and correcting them is horrible.
xeroxed44 wrote:I just had an idea I'm not sure if that this help my issue or create further problems. If I hold the disc and release it with a slight hyzer (wing down RHFH), would that help with turning over discs?
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