No, that was maybe 60 or 70%. There is a tournament at the course I was throwing at(trophy lakes in charleston, SC) this weekend and it was very busy the day I was trying to film. There are only a few holes I would feel comfortable giving it everything(there is a lot of water on this course) and I didnt want to clog up the pace by throwing a handful of discs and then having to go find them if I shanked one. Just a straight shot with a little fade at the end.
I see what you mean about the momentum in hips and shoulders, and I have been experimenting with a longer reach back(Will Schusterick's new drive video), but I haven't really gotten used to the torque yet and I turn the disc over a lot. As far as the core tightness, that was just laziness on my part I guess, usually my pre throw routine checklist has a few "JR"
requisites that I try to focus on before my throw(run up line, core tightness, staying on balls of feet).
It seems like my snap is a bit forced, do u think that is just a timing issue? My right leg and hips seem to be opening too soon.
Anyways, I looked at some of my videos from last summer and I can definitely tell I have come a long way, so thanks again to all of you who take free time out of your day to help a fellow disc golfer get better!