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Old 09-06-2013, 11:12 PM
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I'm pretty sure you cut and paste this line into every posting you make.
lol. I do preach that a lot don't I.
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Old 09-07-2013, 12:52 AM
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Exactly the grip I use, as well. I'm sure I'm losing distance with the finger on the rim, but I suppose I don't need my FH to go much over 280-300' anyways.
Me too. I hold the rim of the disc the way I hold a pen.

Works ok for me. Get it out to 250' or so. Mostly use it as a 'get out of trouble' shot.

No big whoop.
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Old 09-10-2013, 09:39 PM
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I have a question. I have to throw at a hyzer angle when I'm throwing RHFH in order for the disc to do what it's supposed to. If I try to throw the disc flat, it'll turn over. I'm throwing a buzzz that flies perfect when I release it flat RHBH. Is this a sign of bad RHFH form or what?

When I say hyzer, I mean the same angle that a LHBH uses. I think you guys use the same phrase "hyzer angle" for RHBH, LHBH, RHFH AND LHFH. Correct me if I'm wrong please.

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Old 09-10-2013, 09:43 PM
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I would say yeah but not nessisarly as you are throwing hyzer-flips which are much more useful to learn throwing FH shots with than super oat anhyzer releases flexing a super OS disc.

A buzzz thrown flat should fly pretty straight regardless of FH or BH so that alone tells you something is up but not really "bad" just not perfect?! lol.. Most people mask this issue in their FH throws by going up in speed or stability in order to keep the disc from turning on them as you end up putting a little more wrist roll and can impart a little more speed easier on a disc throwing FH-- all factors which will cause a disc to turn over.
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Old 09-10-2013, 09:54 PM
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Ugh, so it's a good thing and a bad thing. lol I think I should start over and learn to release it correctly then, if a flat release with both FH and BH should fly the same. =/ Thanks man.
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Old 09-10-2013, 11:06 PM
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as someone who has recently developed an OKAY sidearm ( I can throw everything except putters smooth , drivers out to 300 ish ) All i can say is slow your arm down and concentrate on the flick, go to a field and just flick them at a standstill until you have the feeling down... Eventually you'll be able to put a little arm in there , and a little walk/run up . Hopefully one day i can crush drives sidearm (Lefty living in a right hand hyzer world) but for now it works .
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Old 09-10-2013, 11:24 PM
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Oddly I rarely throw overstable discs unless I have too. Hmmmm
I rarely flick OS discs either. I tend to get the best flight path and D out of my Champ Vikings and Pro Starfires (SL's).

I almost aced a hole RHFH with a DX Valkyrie. Only reason I used it was because there was water in play behind the basket and I didn't want to lose my baby (Hot pink champ Viking).

Waddleman's post was pretty much spot on though.
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