"Throw more overstable plastic when you throw FH because a FH throw generates so much spin that it makes a disc fly more understable."
Mike C wrote:One thing that is difficult to tell from the photos is I get a good pinch between my thumb and the last joint in my index / middle finger. I'm not putting pressure on the fingertips like it might appear. Do you know of a better distance grip?
kern9787 wrote:More spin cannot be generalized into more or less stable. It will equate to straighter in general, more HSS, less LSS. I can't expand on it right now, but I will in a little bit. Look up moment of inertia if you're curious in the meantime.
Mike C wrote:-There are no differences between BH and FH throwing that make discs fly inheritly different for a given throwing style (Something I've always felt but could never explain why I think it's true).
kern9787 wrote:Expanding on this....spin does NOT effect the speeds at which high speed turn and low speed fade occur. What does occur is, as spin increases, the rate at which a disc turns or fades decreases.
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