You for flexibility in drives=smoothness=biiiig D. Eric McCabe to polish off drives>huuuge D from such a small package means great form and power so i'd like to have his cross training ideas and since he coached Paige Pierce to become a world champ and toss 480' at worlds distance competition she should have in memory what were the keys for her to master so much D from such a small package. Jarvises for the same reason. I've heard good things about Sias but have only seen him toss on video from the 90s and it looked inefficient. You again for approaches. I filmed you in Tali open 2011 hitting from the DZ on the bunker hole and i'm glad that my hands didn't shake so much that i didn't drop the camera
And on the 700' right corner right after the tee island hole you smashed the chains from way too far away
insane sights thanks and congrats on those. The videos are up on Youtube on channel lcgm8. It is good to hear about smoothness from old skool players too.
I've already gotten forehand coaching from Ville Piippo and i'd like to get hands on coaching from big Jerm despite him replying to my questions on Disc golf Talk Radio. Rollers from Mela, Locastro and Greenwell. Everything from Greenwell and Climo. I've already attended a clinic from Feldy and shot two slo mo videos with Avery but it would be great to sit down with them and pick their brains for D and snap plus efficiency of form and how they measured their throws in uni with the motion capture equipment and see the data. The videos are on channels lcgm8 and mfranssila.
If my shoulder could take overhand shots i'd pick Piippo's head. So far i've only looked at his form. Javelin thrower can't be bad and over 500' tommies speak for themselves. Putting hmm. i guess it's always good to pick the brains of everyone but i'm ok there as it is.
Nikko for consistency. He came about 10 minutes early to a round at SDGO 2010 and threw almost everything in his bag into a tunnel parking most of them. Those were the first shots of the day for him. So shooting well cold could definitely be a boost to anyone.
Even though Brodie Smith ain't an active disc golfer i'd like to hear his perspective to DG from an Ultimate players position and his views about smoothness.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.