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Hey guys! Any tips you could give me will be very appreciated. My analysis is that im still trying to strong arm the disc and either off axis torque or a grip issuse as i have some wobble upon release. Thanks!

Normal run up and drive with putter
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Old 04-15-2021, 09:20 AM
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Old 04-15-2021, 02:06 PM
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I'm not a fan of starting the backswing from a static position with the arm tense to hold the disc in your center. Your weight is staying very centered between your feet and your feet are spinning out instead of shifting back and forth a little.

I prefer to see you swing the arm/disc forward before starting the backswing, let go. Take a small step forward during the backswing.

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I'm not a fan of starting the backswing from a static position with the arm tense to hold the disc in your center. Your weight is staying very centered between your feet and your feet are spinning out instead of shifting back and forth a little.

I prefer to see you swing the arm/disc forward before starting the backswing, let go. Take a small step forward during the backswing.

https://www.dgcoursereview.com/forum...d.php?t=136487


Thanks for taking the time to help me out!
I added a step and swung the disc more instead of holding it static. Im not entirely sure what you mean by my feet are spinning out. Also when you look at my pull through the disc is tilted in the power pocket, is that a huge deal? If so, any advice on keeping a straight pull through? My discs usually fly pretty straight and 10-20 ft off the ground but the distance is mediocre. I suspect, like you said, its the weight shift at the bottom keeping my distance from progressing. Ill keep working with the elephant walk. Thanks again

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I keep cutting off my feet. sorry about that.
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Notice how your trail leg is trying to come around your right leg, instead of being used to pull as a counter to your left shoulder. Take a look at the “oblique sling” thread in the Technique & Strategy section of the forum and read up on what is said in there.

Different people teach in different ways of getting the body to move the way it needs to. I think of the right leg as “dynamically deadlifting” the upper body/torso/right arm, using your weight and right hamstrings/glute to pull the right arm targetward/towards your back. You’re coming over the top and trying to throw it while facing forward vs throw it laterally, like an Olympic hammer throw. It should feel like you’re roughly 90 degrees from the target during the majority of acceleration, and using your body weight and big muscles groups of your legs to launch the disc vs trying to throw it forward really hard and not using your weight and larger muscles to your advantage.

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Your wrist looks radial deviated instead of ulnar deviated. Dingle arm with a fan grip, feel the weight pulling thru the shoulder and swing the shoulder.

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Ok, a lot to practice! Thanks so much guys. ill try to incorporate all this info in my next practice session!

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Hey! Here to flood the forums with another form check. Hopefully y'all can tell me what i need to fix still and what I'm doing correctly, if anything.

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Need to preset your butt/booty to the target and keep head level/balanced behind your front hip.





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Ahh nice! Ive been watching my videos over and over and i didnt notice this. Thanks sidewinder, you’re the man. The drawing on my picture is really useful btw thanks for taking time and doing that.

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