JR wrote:Try to pause the rotation at chest pointed 90 degrees left of the target a little longer so that the disc reaches the right pec close to the body. Not pre cocking the wrist helps in getting the disc closer. Your form looks repeatable so you can easily add more speed and a run up most likely. Try not to run full speed first to see if you lose form or accuracy. If you don't go ahead full tilt and enjoy. But before you do that try to move the elbow a little closer to the target before chopping it straight. You do it well sometimes.
JR wrote:You should face the target at the rip.
Prior to the arm reaching the right pec position the chest should be at 90 degrees left of the target.
See if you can keep the forearm loose by keeping the wrist in neutral position until the elbow starts to straighten and only then forcing the wrist down. The maintaining of wrist down at the hit may be easier this way. If you have trouble doing this try to begin the wrist down motion at the right pec position.
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