disc junkie wrote:ESP Zones in the 160's are perfect for what you speak of. I throw a 166 and its the bees knees. I dont like heavy zones. Too piggy
Fightingthetide wrote:Even if you switch to Pain/Comet or something similar, you won't have an understable mid. Unless you beat in an X Comet. Even still, I personally would feel so restricted with that setup because the lack of a mid you can release hyzer and trust that it will still finish somewhat straight.
victorb wrote:I think I'm just trying to talk myself into something different because I've struggled most of the year compared to before my boy was born. Really I probably just have to accept the facts that my game isn't going to be quite as sharp since I don't get much practice compared to what I was used to!
Fightingthetide wrote:I saw that you used to throw Flows next to Teebirds. What did you like/dislike about them? Any reason they aren't in your bag now?
mattw wrote:What about using a different premium plastic combo. I use a Z Wasp and Z,X Comets for my mids. I like Rocs alot but with two kids I dont have the time to properly cycle discs for stages of wear.
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