Frank Delicious wrote:I try to psyche people out on my card. I usually do this by getting nude around the 4th hole.
I am the new one of this forum. my suggestion about the topic to play a disc golf is a relatively new online game where players throw Frisbee (disc) in the container. Overlap of the traditional rules of golf, but the sport is much more accessible and easy to understand and do. The game has increased in popularity over the past 20 years, because it is a very simple experiment, and many of the courses are free for use. Sport itself is not necessarily considered dangerous, but a number of top safety tips for golfers of DVDs that we tackle.The top of the basic standards of the practical tip is to throw the whole plate before the ball game. The technique is fairly easy to learn, and depends on the level of disc thrown in, the horizontal movement. This helps to keep the frisbee in the air and also avoid running on both sides.
JR wrote:If you mean that throwing the elbow is actively pushing it forward fast to get the disc around the right pec with the elbow way closer to the target than the right side when the chest points 90 degrees left of the target for RHBH you're probably on the right track.
stormseeker75 wrote:I've read almost this entire thread and I've watched Dan's video numerous times. That said, I feel lost.
When I try to follow this technique, it feels all weird and unnatural. I'm guessing this is because I have to relearn everything I've learned incorrectly.
When I start working on the right pec drill, should I be rotating the torso? To open my hips, do I basically pivot around my right leg (RHBH) with the left leg kickout? I would sell my left ear to get some one-on-one teaching on this topic. I should add that I don't really feel like I can get my arm out very quickly from right pec. I don't know if it's just me because I'm not strong or quick enough.
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