1. When doing the right pec drill if your shoulders are pointed at the target and the disc is on your pec are your shoulders already too far ahead or open? Or do you freeze your shoulders at this point allowing the disc to slide forward to the pocket and then uncoil? I find myself keeping my shoulders slightly closed and pulling the disc to my pec and then opening the shoulders. Kind of like Brads latest video shows. I don't think I'm even getting close to the pocket doing this.
2. When my hand is at 9 and Bicep at 3 it feels as though the elbow chop has already started. Is the pocket supposed to form just before the chop, or just somewhere close as long as the shoulders don't open before this.
3. How much lower is the disc than the bicep? I find to make the disc lower than my bicep my hand wants to be way on top of the disc which seems to weaken my grip. If the disc is in the crease of my hand as it should be it seems to create more tension in the forearm and wrist in this position.
My only question would be to ask if there is any benefit or is it detrimental if your hand ends up more towards 8 o'clock or even 7 o'clock in the power pocket? I feel like I get my hand and wrist curled around the disc to the 8 or 7 position when really concentrating on getting the disc deep into the power pocket.
When you talk about not having to be in the seam, Blake, you mean the seam of your hand? Where the disc would usually rest?
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