JR wrote:Shouldn't you fight the bending back of the wrist? Have you looked at Marty Peters in Discraft video More Distance Now?
Blake_T wrote:the wrist isn't supposed to stop after it straightens. that is the half-hit method. the full hit method requires your wrist to go slightly beyond straight. this is how the bulk of the speed/force is applied to the disc and yields greater accuracy.
Blake_T wrote:this is really really close. i drew in the correct placement of the hammer handle and head.
Blake_T wrote:-in the bottom middle i wouldn't say that the other fingers will be off that disc at that point for everyone.
Blake_T wrote:-where you wrote rrip, that's actually more of a sling. by that point the disc direction and the motion of the hand are basically working together like a sling (a good snap is almost frictionless on launch). this is sort of why the wrist opens... the inertia of the disc forces the wrist open.
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