gretagun wrote:I hope I'm not causing more confusion, Fanter, but I understand the "pull" as referenced on here to be from or just past the right pec through the snap/hit, not from reachback to the pec area. I believe JR is saying that some people can get the disc from reachback to the right pec simply by hip/torso/shoulder roatation, where he and myself, have to kind of guide the disc to the right pec area by moving the elbow forward as we begin to rotate. That is not the "pull". It is not until I planted my right foot and my shoulders start opening towards the target that I really pull hard through the hit then follow through.
LYang wrote:A couple of questions have popped in my head as of lately.
If I understand correctly, there are two shoulder turns. One from 180 to 90 and then the other from power zone onward. My mind needs clarification on if all shoulder rotation is passive? (Since actively turning shoulders destroys the fluidity of the throw??? or is there a time where it assists the throw??) Currently, I am rotating hips to 90 which then rotates torso and shoulder. Once chop ensues I am accelerating with the forearm and letting the momentum turn the shoulder.
fanter wrote:JHern wrote:Going from 180 to 90 happens as you step onto your plant foot, and is more incidental.
You said this about the shoulders, but is it true for the hips, too?
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