seabas22 wrote:I'm not sure what you were throwing on what lines, but in general the throws seem to lack rhythm. A Feldy type pre-swing and Brinster hop may help with that among some other things. I don't know if it's due to your bowed legs, but you aren't keeping your weight on the insides of the feet, and pushing off the rear heel instead of using plantar flexion to drive the rear knee and hip. That all leads to the spine axis not rotating around tightly(braced tilt and tilted spiral vids apply here). Your pull through and release look relatively high, and the x-step is a bit deep or long as is the plant. FWIW I prefer to practice on concrete for better pivot. Grass seems to inhibit the pivot sometimes and is less consistent for learning sake.
JR wrote:Mechanics wise you could also push the elbow more forward before you straighten the elbow for a more explosive acceleration. You don't twist the hips to the right of neutral at all and the same for turning the shoulders even farther right than the hips. That eliminates two large power sources. Both of which are stronger than the arm.
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