I have no clue if the pivot step will contrubite to the hip rotataion or not. Havent tried it that much. Ive been buisy with keeping the disc close to the
pec and not focusing on other aspects of the throw. You are right about keeping the left foot on the ground at the rip.
I do understand that the left knee, shin and ankle must be in straight line with the right knee or a little right of it, after the release and that it is an
advantage to keep the eyes on target as long as possible.
Sometimes its a little hard to understand you becuse you know all of the terms and have a deep understainding of the mechanics. You talk on another
level and Im just no there yet. Also when you throw out your explainations above I try to link them to what Im asking and it doesent make much sence to
me if you talk about somthing else (pivot steps and headturn) when I expect an more concrete answer on how to change my footwork. I have to take one
thing at a time, Im not a woman
You are also very focused on what to do in your explainations, but sometimes you forget to tell how to do it. A drill mayby or somthing similar.
I think my problem is that I push to much with my right leg, like Seabass mention, instead of turning the left knee to the front in order to turn the
hips and keeping the weight a more centered. This cause all the weight on the front leg and the ability to rotate on the heel is allmost impossible. Thats why I think that the front leg should be more firm so the rotation happens a little more behind it.