Originally Posted by sidewinder22
^ Turning backwards too early and hugging/wrapping your chest with your arm. Keep your arm out/elbow out away from the chest so you can get your elbow forward of the front shoulder before it extends. Your hit point should like another foot or so forward from where it is now. You get your balance too heavy behind the heels and you are swinging your balance around as the front foot strides around instead of striding it straight forward. You are basically throwing from a horse stance instead of an athletic position.
Thanks, sidewinder, for the in depth analysis - exactly what I was looking for! It was a bit wordy at first, I thought, but made complete sense after watching the schusterick slow motion videos.