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Old 01-11-2018, 01:06 AM
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this sounds like an interesting way to gauge your raw hyzer potential, which is good know. i don't know about doing it over and over again but taking a few of these shots in the field just to see what your hyzer distance is and comparing the results over time will show you if you are improving your distance.

also, seems like this idea:
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Originally Posted by takman View Post
My thoughts are that you would so over-train your form to that one throw that when it came time to execute an anhyzer or flex or tunnel shot, you won't have the muscle memory to pull it off.
doesn't apply to someone whose approach to their throw is to maintain the same or similar angle for most shots and let your disc selection do the work.
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