Roc Lover wrote:I feel like the harder I try the worse the throw is
Roc Lover wrote:Trying to develop my FH shot. Previously it was mostly to get out of trouble, and approaches. Ive been working on it lately and have changed my grip from a 1 finger (only on drivers, 2 finger everything else) to a 2 finger stack w/ my middle finger on the rim and index over the back of the middle finger. It took a few rounds to get used to but it feels right now, and i am experiencing some more distance then i previously was getting with a bit more accuracy when i have a solid throw.
My biggest hurdles are currently;
Footwork- atm, my approach is very slow, 1 step or a hop/x step, if not standing. I know im missing out on leverage and losing power here. I saw Woj's video and it helped a lil, maybe ill re watch, any other insight or help would be welcomed.
Hip/shoulder timing with my throw- I feel like this timing is off currently and its costing me D as well as accuracy and potentially teaching me bad habits w/ my form that still isnt that great for this shot.
Snap w/out OAT- atm, i am using preds, PD's, and occasionally Forces for FH shots off the tee. Im not sure if its a product of the LSS of these discs or my lack of snap, but on what i consider a fundamentally sound throw, ill get a slight turn, like a really tight S, and a penetrating fade and i can reliably throw to 225-250' and this is about 80 pct power. Any harder and my terrible form/bad footwork/OAT starts showing badly.
I would like some pointers on how you throw w/ power without wrist roll. I feel like the harder I try the worse the throw is, but I can only throw so far to this point with the "minimal effort is better" thing. And would like to throw farther more accurately.
JR wrote:Forearm flexibility training may help, if you get too stiff in the muscles early by placing finger print of the middle finger on the rim. Stacking the index finger toward the center of the disc, but on the middle finger. So i'd say that the lower image, that nolifeleft posted is better than the first, but not the best grip.
Roc Lover wrote:As far as the grip, its more like first pic, but my middle fingers pad is on the rim, not the side of the finger, basically the bottom pic w/ the fingers switched around. Ill try and post a pic to better show you.
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