JR wrote:Timing of movements is probably more important than nailing every movement direction. A good gauge for proper timing and sequence of body part movements is to keep the disc moving in a straight line from the farthest point of the reach back to the disc leaving the hand. This is for most golf shots and there are exceptions to the general rule that is developed from this game being more accuracy and consistency based than power based. Maximum distance shots with reduced accuracy and consistency are another matter altogether.
So for avoiding creating bad habits i'd read the 300' thread and practice in front of a mirror and looking at a disc to make sure it moves in a straight line never deviating from height and only deviating an inch or so sideways from the elbow and wrist movements otherwise pulling the disc in a straight line.
JeffzeNub wrote:Towel Drill.
keltik wrote:you could set up a net in your garage, basement, or backyard. I would only suggest this if you own the property. otherwise look for an empty soccer field.
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