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Old 07-17-2018, 08:43 PM
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Originally Posted by slowplastic View Post
The whole spine shifting, swinging, and rotating makes everything so much more complicated than I really thought the throw was going to be, even a few months ago.
It makes me wonder how the pros initially developed their form. They never seem to really talk about it, or at least I don't hear about it much. I know Eagle did some self video and form work really early on. But at a certain point I think a lot of those guy just learned through trial and error and just throwing A LOT. I look back to when I was throwing left handed and while my form was pretty bad, I was still getting 350' distance accurately just from dialing in my inefficient form. And depending on your goals, if you want to compete well in, say, Advanced, all you really need is a dependable 400' golf shot which I think is achievable with less than optimal form.

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