keltik wrote:If I remember correctly, the only way past the last plateau is by feel and lots of practice. I think that's what most have concluded. I think it also has more to do with your body that is not your throwing hand and arm.
I would say that since you are hitting 400 with "fairway drivers" you might want to focus on the rest of your game if there is anything lacking. Can you throw rollers? Can you make flippy disc dive to the left (RHBH)? Can you forehand? Can you shape shots? Can you putt with good confidence? I would say work on making your game complete before trying to arm the metroid cannon. I throw a lot farther than most of the people I've ever played with, but I don't usually win. I don't know your game or how you play but I'm just saying that big distance isn't everything in this game.
JHern wrote:I object to the thread title. There is no such thing as the "last plateau." Everybody is on a plateau, including Christian Sandstrom, GG, Avery, etc.. And there is always a next plateau. Never stop.
Triflusal wrote:JHern wrote:I object to the thread title. There is no such thing as the "last plateau." Everybody is on a plateau, including Christian Sandstrom, GG, Avery, etc.. And there is always a next plateau. Never stop.
I basically meant that half hitting is the last plateau before big snap, not the last plateau ever
Triflusal wrote:zj, what clicked for you when you started throwing bombs? was it a gradual increase of just throwing tons in the field, or was there one big moment where you felt an immediate difference difference?
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