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Old 07-23-2021, 01:07 AM
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Old 07-23-2021, 01:51 AM
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I like the thought of swinging you belly button. It forces you to think about your abs/core and I think you have to have those actively engaged in order to hold and maintain the "spring coil" potential energy created by hip/shoulder separation or oblique slings, so you don't open your shoulders too early or too far.
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In case anyone missed it, great explanation of rocking the hips here

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In case anyone missed it, great explanation of rocking the hips here

Sw22 subs did not miss this excellent content! On the very rare occasion i standstill, I like more of a pitching motion, hiking my lead leg (but then again, I do many things wrong).

A few posts back there was conversation about the natural walking motion... and I did this. Disc in hand, start walking forward. The disc stays with the off-foot, which is very natural and also important. While walking, turn torso over the off hip so both hands swing on the off-side, but maintain the swinging pattern. Finally, put the off-arm inside of the throwing arm while still walking. It helps to have “Billie Jean” or “Another One Bites the Dust” running through your head.

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Another Mike Austin teaching Rocking the Hips.


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Ohno i probably got the hip motion wrong.. this video makes rocking hip motion confusing.
I really have been practising leading with my butt pushing/rocking my hip forward from the rear foot and turning back at the same time leaving the disc behind when striding forward. Like in the Hershyzer walldrill.

Feldberg seems to push the hips forward after the stride already full planted.
Should i do both these things or did i totally missunderstood that video?
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