JR wrote:Those and you're weight back. The heart should be as close to the target as the right knee when the disc leaves the fingers. Your x step moving direction is for an anny -where you trying those? A flat release should start at rear center and end up at front center (excuse me is it centre in Canada?) of the tee with the right leg of the plant step landing on the center line of the tee or a couple of inches right of it. The more right you plant the more hyzer your body is tilted and the more repeatable the angles are gonna be.
Your wrist didn't stay down. It raised above neutral which is way bad. Did the discs shoot up? Well I looked at the first one more closely so I'm not sure if the second drive from the same. The wrist needs to stay down and may require the effort of wrestling to keep down if you want to get extreme nose down.
Does the left hand in front of the face for most of the throw distract you? It is dead weight like an anchor being dragged around. If you could move it during the throw so that the pivot isn't disturbed you would generate more power. And make everything happen faster so you also would likely need to change timing and aiming.
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