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Old 08-25-2019, 11:36 AM
UhhNegative UhhNegative is offline
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I mean it takes years of practice to truly develop distance. It's very rare for someone to just come out of the gates throwing 500'.

One thing to try is trying to hold on to the disc tighter at release and see what that does for you. Whenever I think "ok grip the f%#$ out of this thing right at the end", I get a lot higher speed ejections. Like just clamp the ever living **** out of it. If your timing/positioning is wrong it will probably go way right, but if you properly setup the disc has no choice but to go where your body is aiming. Of course proper body positioning and timing is king, but if you can't effectively transfer all that energy to the disc (through the grip; ejection; hit point) then you are basically wasting power. Could just be something I struggle with though as I have small hands and relatively weak grip.




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