What about an instructional article that focuses on teaching the throw from either the hit back, or the follow through and back. I think it might help teach people how to throw if you gave them instructions in building blocks in this way. Opposed to x-step, hip turn, shoulder turn, elbow extension, tendon bounce, grip and what not. You'd be like grip, hit, snap, elbow extension, shoulder turn, hip turn, stepping. Just seems like it'd quicken the learning process if people learned the concept from the hit back. I haven't thought it out real well, just wanted to offer the idea. I guess it'd help to be pretty in depth, if this sounds like a good idea, say so, and we can give our opinions of what in depth would mean.
Today seems like a good day to toss a disc or two.
The one for hyzer-flipping, turning over right on que.
I try to throw just like that, but sometimes I really suck.
Some say I need to get the axing, chalk it up to bad luck.