Originally Posted by zj1002
step outside of what you assume or see as OAT
Look at it like this. The body is controlling the OAT and the plane. The body is moving the disc forward on an initial plane. The arm then redirects the disc off the initial line. By using your weight shift, body angles, and push thru you can affect the line the disc takes
The disc is moving with the body. I am not pulling or torquing the disc. I am redirecting my body in a forward push
Makes perfect sense. Thank you. That is my complete point of the title of this thread: OAT is an acronym for Off-Axis Torque, but it means something quite different than off-axis torque.
Glad someone gets it.