luma wrote:Right Shank looks to me what I am doing myself sometimes. I have the same thing and when I shank it right, I just threw it out of my shoulders too much. You need to create seperation from your hips and shoulders, so your hips turn first, and then come the shoulders. On your shank throw, the shoulders nearly turned faster than your hips, and that's when the rip point moves significantly further right. What I do then, is either focus on legwork, so my left leg pushes into my right one with a hip turn, instead of just pushing all of my upper body around. Or, what is easier for me when I need a quick fiy during a tournament or so, I try to focus on the order of motions, that it's going from the ground upwards. First my feet and legs, then hip turn, then shoulder turn, then arm and snap. This is my quick fix if I don't have the time to go out and practice on the field.
JR wrote:You are moving slightly diagonally. Spin out id the deal here. Do you aim visually? If you do you are turning the head away so far that it gets harder to do and you use golf form or disc golf steep hyzer form like Feldberg where the head turns by the shoulders following through so the disc is gone when you see the target. The vertebrae support the weight of the head with flat and slight hyzer throws so you can turn the head to see the target and turn the eyes to the right corners like Climo does. You do not need to plant the final step 90 degrees away from the target. With accuracy throws less is better say 50-80 degrees depending on the person and required power.
The right miss can come from the slightly too early beginning of the arm pull that precedes the final step plant by a fraction of a second. The plant first the pull second.
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