Frank Delicious wrote:Every groove is a unique snowflake of suck.
Blake_T wrote:during the first rotation, make sure the upper arm moves WITH the shoulder. it sounds like you are letting it lag behind which causes a narrowing of the angle between the shoulder and upper arm. you want to guide the disc with your arm. the arm shouldn't be tense, but it shouldn't be absolutely limp either.
my elite art skills diagramming the 3 stages of the throw across 4 panels.
the way you are throwing skips panel #3.
BU: what you are describing is exactly why step 3 usually gets bypassed by players. the hips don't go from closed to open, they go from closed to neutral to open.
1 to 2 = your hips go from closed to "neutral". if your right foot sets down ~90 degrees away from the target, your upper body is in alignment when the right shoulder is pointing at the target.
2 to 3 = the hips don't really do anything here.
3 to 4 = the hip opens.
your focus should be on driving your body forwards with your legs. the pivot should take care of itself, assuming your timing is working.
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