Alright, a Thumber is when you have your thumb in the rim (bottom of the disc), similar to how you throw a sidearm and throw overhand, correct? (This is one of my favorite shots, and yes, i do know its a thumber, Im making a point)
Then a tomohawk is when you have your tumb is on the top of the disc and fingers in the rim then throw overhand correct?
Well thats what my understanding was. I was looking at the throw analysis for tomohawks, because im interested in where they would be helpful. This is definately the first, but I didnt find any thing there. All three of the Tomohawks appeared that they were thumber grips. Alright so my questions.
When do you throw a tomohawk? If its only purpose is to get over trees on a straight line or right to left, opposed to a left to right like a thumber?
Is there a way to keep it from rolling when it hits? Wouldnt a grenade work better because they dont move as much when they hit the ground? (grenade another great shot, Like it more than a thumber, but not as long, but definately can get more height, so it still has its place)
Whats the difference in flight between a hook thumber and a regular thumber? (I plan on throwing some hook thumbs tomorrow, now that I saw how to grip them from Schweberger via throw analysis.