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Simple version:

My body is moving forward on a hyzer with a straight run-up

I attempt to push the arm forward on an anhzyer

The disc will release hyzer but abrupt change in direction from my arm will cause it to flip over

I am not changing the angle on the disc, mind you this is possible for even crazier shots, but rather the angle at which I am finishing with the disc.

The axis is my body, not the disc

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I read it twice and still can't make any sense of it. Not that it's wrong, just can't follow the train of thought.
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Read the simple version. I was in DGR land
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This is a good quality slo mo of distance drive (GG as was recommended).

:19 - I see no OAT in GG's motion
:45 - McBeth seems to have some OAT (rolling towards anhyzer). Too bad we cannot see more of the flight (and know what disc he is throwing).
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So if I understood that right...

When your "body is throwing hyzer"
Youre saying just that, youre taking the appropriate approach, reachback and pull through as if youre throwing a hyzer shot.

Then, at the last moment, you change your angle of release to match an anhyzer.

With the goal being to have the initial part of the flight be a hyzer, and flips later in the flight to anhyzer.

So the "body throwing hyzer" is essentially te first part of the flight, and the second anglular change at the end is what the desired second part of the flight should be?
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Old 03-28-2013, 05:23 PM
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I see OAT in GG

but a very flat pull from Mcbeth

GG is drastically changing the angle of release at the last second in that throw. It isn't how I originally described but its there.

Mcbeth as flat as it gets the entire throw, from power pocket to release. GG goes from an anny/flat pull, into a hyzer push of his arm. He body weight pulls back like an anhyzer would. He is leaning over like a hyzer shot on a disc he is holding flat. Then comes thru on a different angle at the end

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Old 03-28-2013, 05:27 PM
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So if I understood that right...

When your "body is throwing hyzer"
Youre saying just that, youre taking the appropriate approach, reachback and pull through as if youre throwing a hyzer shot.

Then, at the last moment, you change your angle of release to match an anhyzer.

With the goal being to have the initial part of the flight be a hyzer, and flips later in the flight to anhyzer.

So the "body throwing hyzer" is essentially te first part of the flight, and the second anglular change at the end is what the desired second part of the flight should be?
You use your body to setup the angles. If I want to throw a hyzer, I am running either straight forward or to the right corner of the box(RHBH). If I want a hyzer flip I can focus my runup to move more left/straight, and OAT my pull down like an hyzer to pull the disc back to the right.
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