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Old 10-15-2020, 10:16 PM
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This might give a better visual of the linear to rotational shoulder swing. The shoulder swinging targetward pulls the disc into center and then starts rotating away when the door/disc is center chest and start pushing the door/disc out away from center.
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Old 10-16-2020, 12:35 PM
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Old 10-17-2020, 07:38 PM
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This video deserves it's own thread. So good.
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Linear speed to target slows or stops and goes/clears to the right or rotational.
Yes, but does the rotational speed diminish in images 5 and 6 (at the start of this thread) or does the rotational speed remain constant and you say that the shoulder's linear velocity to the target "slows forward" because, as the shoulders rotate, the front shoulder is heading in a direction other than targetward (same speed, different direction)?

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Old 10-19-2020, 08:56 PM
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Old 10-19-2020, 09:52 PM
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Nice graphic of how the femurs work!

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Old 10-28-2020, 09:25 PM
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That is the correct feel, the rear femur rotates forward underneath the pelvis and shin rotates facing down/heel up foot eversion from the instep driving everything from the ground up and blocking the lower spine upright on the braced front femur creating internal torque or squeeze between the thighs to the torso/arm/disc. It's like riding a twirling bucking bull and holding upright on to the bull by squeezing the trailing leg into the bull or your front side.
I had completely overlooked how far the rear foot eversion is until I saw these videos posted just recently although this it’s been pointed out tons of times. That last bit of foot eversion really causes internal hip rotation and pelvic turn. I’ve been finishing or rear leg leaving the ground from the ball of the foot instead of the toes and leaving a lot of power on the table.





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Thanks for sharing that baseball video. I was out playing a practice round, and I wasn't doing too well.

Then I had the idea to try swinging my arm like a baseball bat. That didn't work, but then I imagined just my upper arm as the bat.

There was a noticable difference in the way everything felt, and the disc was clearly going way faster. I spent 10 minutes searching for it in the woods past the basket.

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Old 12-04-2020, 11:31 AM
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Nice graphic of how the femurs work!
Everything clicked for me the other day. Everything Sidewinder22 is trying to teach makes perfect sense now. I was trying to think of a better way to teach the feeling, but came to the realization that his drills are designed to try to give you the feel. That's the best you can do.

That graphic of the hips in motion with just the skeleton might help some people get there. It's truly excellent.

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