niq wrote:I'm not sure, i'm in the same boat as you (getting mostly slips). I have to convince myself to wait until i'm well passed my right pec actively apply power and that seems to be the ticket. I just have a hard time convincing my body to wait that long. It feels really awkward since i've been strong arming for so long. If you think about it like a car driving around a corner, if you go into the corner too fast you'll blow the corner (a slip). But if you wait until the apex of the corner to start applying the gas, that's when you get the maximum speed down the following straight away. Knowing that, and convincing your body to do it are two separate things...
Indy's broken whip wrote:I think that I'm not properly hyzer flipping them due to the high speed turn, but it's more due to OAT and/or too little spin, which causes a late turn if I have understood correctly. I don't know.
I guess if you can throw so far, you should be able to generate enough velocity to hyzer flip, so maybe you are not pulling straight i.e. when you think of releasing the disc in hyzer angle, you also pull the disc in a way you pull when throwing hyzer shot. Then it won't turn so easily (although I tend to flatten the MD2 sometimes even when I try to throw big hyzer do to inproper release).
Maybe somebody who really knows something can chime in, I'm just making some noob guesses.
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