JR wrote:Yup. But don't set the timing of the second video in stone by calendar. Skills are what counts not how fast you get them. Who knows how fast you'll learn and how much practice time you'll get. Results come when they come. Work is usually mandatory.
Aaron_D wrote:The biggest thing I see that you really should work on first is the timing of the pull. Your plant and pull happen almost at the same time. You need to plant your foot *then* pull. The other big thing is acceleration. Be looser and slower at the apex of the reach back and let your weight shift start the motion forward. Dont start the pull until well after youve planted and are already shifting your weight from back to front. Your orientation is a little weird looking to me as well. You look a little too squared up to the target line. Make sure you are pointing your right butt cheek at your target at your full reachback and eject the disc a little more out to the right of your right pec.
On the plus side youre getting good weight shifting from back to front and your pivot is wicked!
Start be slowing everything down and fixing your plant pull timing. I bet that would fix a bunch of stuff and increase your effort to distance ratio by quite a bit.
emiller3 wrote:If you don't mind some sacrifice while you're learning, then I would recommend reading the Super Secret Technique and Snap 2009 threads and start with those drills to learn how to re-invent your throw with snap. It will be more painful of a process but the ceiling is higher for both accuracy and distance. Plus you will be able to self-diagnose a lot more.
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