isobar wrote:I always get compliments on how effortless my throws look, and it all started when I really slowed my arm speed down and instead focused on the acceleration during the last few inches of the throw. It almost looks like I'm just casually walking up to do a walk through when I throw and sometimes catches people off guard. I would say your point definitely makes sense, but I don't really think the way you described it was a good analogy.
Ever seen the movie Shooter with Marky Mark? He's teaching someone how to shoot a sniper rifle, and his biggest piece of advice is "Slow is smooth, Smooth is Fast." I think this applies for this a lot, maybe "Slow is smooth, smooth is far" but this would lead to imply you want a constant arm speed, which we know isn't the case, so somehow it needs to be reworded into slow is smooth with a lot of acceleration haha.
Blake_T wrote:THE DIRECTIONAL CHANGE OF THE HAND ALLOWS YOU TO "THROW" THE ANGULAR VELOCITY IN THE FORWARD DIRECTION. Sorry for the caps, but i finally found the way to word the key point.
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