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Old 09-03-2014, 09:49 PM
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When I get my elbow more forward, I lose the timing of my shoulder rotation (which I've always thought looked a little odd). So I think there's something in the shoulder rotation I'm not getting exactly right.
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Old 09-03-2014, 10:27 PM
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Yes, there's a disconnect of your arm from your shoulder, you are just flicking the disc like it weighs nothing, as opposed to using your body more like swinging a sledgehammer and generating more leverage/power. You also aren't getting into a good athletic position because of that. You really should do a camera view from behind you/tee. I think you will better see how far your head/balance is behind your toes.
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Old 09-04-2014, 06:34 PM
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I see what you were saying about my shoulder needing to be lower. I think I know what to do with that.

I started feeling rotational resistance in my rear leg. That's good, right? I should also feel that going into my front side, right? And the resistance on the front leg, does it have to be released to use it? Or is the resistance on that side doing something else, or adding leverage just by being resistance?
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The resistance is called torque, yes that's good. You either rise/straighten, and/or move/roll/pivot (no spin) forward to release the tension in your joints/knee and hip.

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