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Old 06-02-2018, 06:02 PM
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think im getting the hips thing. just ignore the horrendous elbow dip hahaha how do i even fix that
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Lead stride more with hips and get rear elbow forward into hips like I show in One Leg Drill.

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Old 06-02-2018, 08:25 PM
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"and get rear elbow forward into hips like I show in One Leg Drill."

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Old 06-02-2018, 09:01 PM
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Old 06-02-2018, 10:09 PM
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ok thanks for that amazing video haha
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I played a round yesterday and had 2 effortless throws where I knew I stayed closed and balanced over my front leg. I also understand what you are talking about regarding the elbow/hips. I'll video next round or another indoors session if i get it again.
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Old 06-06-2018, 01:39 PM
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I haven't fixed any problems. I want to start with the plant leg alignment. But it's already proving more difficult than expected. I'm baffled how I appear to be striding my front leg forward so straight but it still ends up too far forward to be properly braced and balanced.

In the second video, I got my Star Destroyer out to ~331ft.
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Your rear foot looks too perpendicular, I'd turn it back a little more to allow your body to turn further back, should help closing the plant foot with shorter stride.

I'd play around with raising the rear foot up also, like I show below around 3:20, and/or finding a downhill slope, so your rear foot is basically weightless and all your weight is on front leg like One Leg Drill.

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It looks like you are getting to max turn back/arm extension before the toes are close to touching down as well, and dragging forward. SW's suggestions to have the rear foot more angled back should let you turn the pelvis more and continually load into the rear hip like in the door frame, so that hopefully the upper body will keep turning later and deeper.

Basically the fix will be with the lower body, but the upper body will see the results.

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It looks like you are getting to max turn back/arm extension before the toes are close to touching down as well, and dragging forward. SW's suggestions to have the rear foot more angled back should let you turn the pelvis more and continually load into the rear hip like in the door frame, so that hopefully the upper body will keep turning later and deeper.

Basically the fix will be with the lower body, but the upper body will see the results.
A valuable clarification. Thank you.
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