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Old 12-05-2015, 11:31 AM
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I love you ash. Great work!

Couldnt have picked a better first video IMO...
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Old 12-12-2015, 12:02 AM
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I love you ash. Great work!

Couldnt have picked a better first video IMO...
Actually thought of you when I put it up there, Aim. I've seen you bring it up several times and I agree. It still helps me.
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Old 12-12-2015, 08:22 PM
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Thanks for doing this Ash.

As a noob I'll be referring here often.
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Old 12-12-2015, 09:22 PM
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Actually thought of you when I put it up there, Aim. I've seen you bring it up several times and I agree. It still helps me.
Wow! Thanks... Its honestly one of the first videos i remember seeing and be able to show my friends who played why we all sucked really.

Im no great thrower or pro by any means but its very simple to see what makes a good throw and i think a lot of players try to make it too complicated from the get go.

His line about the different body styles and resulting form styles is great. Add in the loose is far mantra and you have a great base to build solid form off of.

Again great thread here putting all this together which im often too lazy even to do the fancy URL link. Very nice work. lets hope the videos dont go MIA like DGR content can or a mikecv.2
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Old 12-28-2015, 03:55 PM
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Is HyzerUniBomber loopghost? Btw, loopghost is the guy in HyzerUniBomber's videos.
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Old 12-28-2015, 04:04 PM
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Should try to get a post in from SW and HUB on a recommended order for working those drills- would be handy

Thanks for compiling these!!
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Old 12-28-2015, 04:18 PM
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Is HyzerUniBomber loopghost? Btw, loopghost is the guy in HyzerUniBomber's videos.
That's me. One in the same:

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Should try to get a post in from SW and HUB on a recommended order for working those drills- would be handy
I don't know that there's ever going to be a unified field of form fixing. Part of the issue is that people learn physical things so utterly differently. Grip, feet, hand on the outside, head, hips... each person is going to be coming into the starting blocks with different skills and habits.

Once you've got the core athleticism down and you are generally aware of what you are or aren't doing - the best thing I can suggest / harp on, is to video record and immediately review your form, then adjust and repeat daily. You have to become a student of your own form.

I'm gonna give away my biggest "coach HUB" secret here:

After I've worked with a guy in the field for about 2 or 3 sessions, I give them the speech. It is basically this: "I can teach you the core fundamentals, but the rest is going to fall on you. You need to want to master this - or it will not work. Daily field work - with a video camera. Review your footage against mcBeast frame by frame and see what tiny or big things are different. Ask yourself why it's different. Stand in the positions that he's in frame by frame and feel it all the time. Learn it slowly and verify with the camera."

I did this exact thing with Matt who came to me as a rec player:



This is his video. He took it very seriously and improved from a self described mess to substantially better.

It works, but it IS work.

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Old 12-29-2015, 06:40 AM
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One I would love to see on this list as well is this from Marian Ludwig - (Luma on here and elsewhere) a legit good player (currently 1007 rated after playing for three years) and just a great video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4ozihP00AA

Lots of his form was built from DGR and you can certainly see the influences in his technique.

Lovely video, well shot and edited and fantastically explained by someone who speaks better English than me as a native speaker...
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Old 12-29-2015, 06:47 AM
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I'm also pretty sure sidewinder had input for him on his critique videos back in the day on DGR.
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Old 12-31-2015, 05:17 PM
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That's me. One in the same:

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So many sides to my personality!
I'm on old DGR head and I think it is cool that you acknowledge Blake T and DGR in your videos. Blake is/was a pioneer when it came down to the details of throwing. There was some good discussion to be had on DGR. Fyi, my moniker was on DGR was "sunspot".
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