I got the impression that you think Im strong arming. While I dont think it is the case, I could be wrong.
I dont start the acceleration of the arm all the way from the reachback. That would be strong arming, in my understanding. I start the acceleration
of the arm from the right pec. The only thing my arm is doing from 180 deg away from the target, is folding in to the chest.
Theres no forewad movement of the (upper) arm untill the shoulders are 90 deg away from the taget and the disc is close to the right pec.
The upper arm is locked to the shoulders in an 90 deg angle and on for the ride when the shoulders rotate from 180 to 90 deg.
Once I reach 90 deg away from the target, I allready have a good deal of momentum from the legs, hips and shoulders. This momentum is then
transffered to ejecting the arm, by straightning it towards the target without the big movement from the other bodyparts.
Your approach, as I understand it, is to let the foreward movement of the runup and the shoulders, get you in to 90 deg from the target.
Then pause the shoulders and let the disc slide in to the right pec. From there you push/rotate with the rear leg, turn/slide the hips, shoulders,
straighten the arm and extending the wrist.
The only difference between my current throw and what I understand from your description, is when to apply the power from the legs, hips, shoulders,
arm and wrist. I build up the monentum from legs, hips and shoulders, before the disc, is at the right pec and then fire off the arm, while you wait until
the disc is at the right pec and then fire legs, hips, shoulder and arm.
In both cases theres no active foreward movement from the (upper)arm untill the shoulders are 90 deg from the target.
Regarding the two right pec drills you mention, I understand your point. But as I explained before, I have build a lot of power from legs, hips and
shoulders before I reach 90 deg away from the target. That energy is transferred to the arm while it is straightening.
The thing I get from fireing the legs, hips and shoulders after the disc is at the right pec, is the arm trying to keep up with the shoulder rotation
and never really chop out straight.
Am I missing something here?