There's a a spot somewhere around your right pec, maybe just passed your right pec. It kind of feels like the disc is falling into a little pothole on it's path across your chest and towards the target, where your wrist bends closed from neutral (the momentum and weight of the disc seem to cause it). I've been waiting to hit this little "pothole" (I think this is BW's "apex") to wait until I apply any power at all to my throw. I've been getting a lot of 380 to 400 footer's.
Right below my first knuckle along the side of my index finger is getting really raw from starting the drills. I do feel the "feeling" of whats suppose to be going on, but do I stop after the rawness starts to get intense and resume the next day to let the callus come? I've got the first three drills down. I've been repeating them.
Blake_T wrote:in order to build power you can do two things:
1. try to get as far forward into the pocket before unloading. e.g. you will have more power if you are 12" past your body into the pocket before unloading than if you are 2" past your body.
2. make sure you bring the head of the hammer (outer edge of the disc) around during your extension. ideal position is where the head of the hammer is pointing towards the target (your hand will be at around a 4 o'clock orientation).
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