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Old 11-30-2019, 12:45 AM
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Ok going to take a video tomorrow but arm snap is very, very improved. I do like the pendulum better-and I actually fixed an unrelated grip/release issue while doing it. I do have a couple questions about this power move.

"The Move" as you describe it, or the Hogan Power Move, is 100% not what I naturally revert to for power; so much so that I can't really even start to get it in my head as to how it works. I've looked at hammer throws, golf videos, slow motion drives from every angle, pitching, etc and I see it everywhere but I can't wrap my head around what happens. I even read through "shifting from behind", and while there is loads of great information there, I still can't seem to translate it to motion. So I think what may help is a basic outline of where the pressure and weight is to be felt.

1. What muscles engage? Any more than any others?
2. Does it feel like catching oneself in a one-legged squat on the front leg?
3. Where is it felt? Where are the "pressure points" where I know "x is being stretched, that's a good sign" or "most of my weight is solidly on x, that's where it's supposed to be"?


I'm really at a loss for this power move. I came from an ultimate background so for me quickness and strange orientation in-game is where I learned throwing technique, and it was all forward and fast-past vs disc golf which is smooth and repeated.

regardless: SW, UN and SP among others. Everyone has been a huge help, thank you so much.
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Old 11-30-2019, 01:22 AM
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Put ice skates on, or imagine having them on and do any of the activities described above.

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Old 11-30-2019, 01:25 AM
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Put ice skates on, or imagine having them on and do any of the activities described above.
Well I live in South Georgia :/ but I have been skiing before-snow and water. Any similarities?
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Old 11-30-2019, 02:03 AM
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Well I live in South Georgia :/ but I have been skiing before-snow and water. Any similarities?
Pretty much the same thing, put skiis on and do the activities described above.
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Old 11-30-2019, 02:05 AM
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It´s not that far off https://youtu.be/Cqo3yu-j890?t=753 That might be the worst explanation on how to cross country ski, did not watch it before posting

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Ok going to take a video tomorrow but arm snap is very, very improved. I do like the pendulum better-and I actually fixed an unrelated grip/release issue while doing it. I do have a couple questions about this power move.

"The Move" as you describe it, or the Hogan Power Move, is 100% not what I naturally revert to for power; so much so that I can't really even start to get it in my head as to how it works. I've looked at hammer throws, golf videos, slow motion drives from every angle, pitching, etc and I see it everywhere but I can't wrap my head around what happens. I even read through "shifting from behind", and while there is loads of great information there, I still can't seem to translate it to motion. So I think what may help is a basic outline of where the pressure and weight is to be felt.

1. What muscles engage? Any more than any others?
2. Does it feel like catching oneself in a one-legged squat on the front leg?
3. Where is it felt? Where are the "pressure points" where I know "x is being stretched, that's a good sign" or "most of my weight is solidly on x, that's where it's supposed to be"?


I'm really at a loss for this power move. I came from an ultimate background so for me quickness and strange orientation in-game is where I learned throwing technique, and it was all forward and fast-past vs disc golf which is smooth and repeated.

regardless: SW, UN and SP among others. Everyone has been a huge help, thank you so much.
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