JR wrote:Seeing as there are 500' hyzer throwers and flat shots go much farther than hyzers 500'+ flat shots are a reality and achievable. For you there are form issues to be changed mainly reaching back farther and actively turning the hips and the shoulders to the right of neutral before the disc has left later than the right pec position i imagine. i would say that you have 450' line drives in you based on the videos i've seen. Added distance is often a matter of getting on or more form issues right. So are you also moving the wrist actively to the right right before the rip and trying to stop the wrist abruptly with a steely stop? There is something to work on and those alone might push you up there. And never underestimate the sequence of events and timing many here call it the rhythm so that may help things to click for some too so it's worth mentioning.
After you've improved on the above topics you might not be at 450' but you could be. Let's see about what we can do net when we get there. If we run out of things to try hire a coach Blake said that all throws beyond about 530' have a degree of luck in them in how the wind behaves and the best throwers can get up to that distance despite non optimal conditions fairly well. Not in those words but that is the idea.
pask2155 wrote:What's a steely stop?
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