fusan wrote:Im also confused about the shoulders part in the throw. To be more precise, do the shouldes slow down/stop once they reach 90 deg from the target as the
arm whips out? Or do they actively continue the rotation with the arm.
I imagine that it must be harder to create snap if the shoulders continue to rotate. The arm will never really catch up and deliver the whip effetct.
In order to whip a towel you must stop the arm and shoulders. Is this the same effect you strive for in the disc golf throw?
I think you did a great job of explaining it. Thanks!
I wallways rotated the torso/shoulder as the main powersource and instead of rotating the hips I just pushed with the rear leg to shift weight.
fusan wrote:So the "focus on snap" video looked better than the first one were I tried to rotate the hips?
JR wrote:Yup and the rear leg push should come after most of the linear push has happened starting the movement chain that results in the rotation.
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