Originally Posted by rocthecourse
Based on the distances you are throwing you might be throwing nose up. If you bring the nose down you should be able to gain some distance. I know that's not what you are asking about but it is something to work on.
Yeah, some throws more than others. I can't really tell unless it obviously goes high and hyzers out, but that's an obvious miss. Otherwise, they travel pretty flat about 10' high for 300'. How can I tell if the nose is up if it looks flat? Simply by distance? I thought 330 was pretty good for a standstill, so I hadn't really considered nose angle being a problem. I'll try and get it further down and see if it helps. I've mostly been working on my hip/shoulder rotation, and not arming it.
Sounds like I should work on taking some steps next too. Thanks!