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Old 04-02-2019, 01:01 AM
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Your front foot is leading your stride and striding too far wide and snapping your knee back - ouch. Need to finish balanced upright on front leg. I would advise watching Best Downswing weightfsfhift a few times and start on the front leg every shot and work your way backward and be able to mirror back to that balanced start position.

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Old 04-04-2019, 01:08 PM
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I find this an interesting thread because I suspect my issues are pretty similar. How does someone like Alex Geissinger (sp) and his style compare with this?
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I find this an interesting thread because I suspect my issues are pretty similar. How does someone like Alex Geissinger (sp) and his style compare with this?
Not sure the question.

Alex vs Simon - Alex just doesn't fully extend the elbow and maintains a wider upper arm angle on the backswing than Simon.

Alex vs OP - Alex doesn't curl/wrap the arm/hand around the rear side of the disc like the OP. Alex keeps his hand on the outside edge of the disc. This is the difference between trying to spin the disc like OP, vs leveraging the disc forward like Alex/Simon.

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Thanks. You covered it.
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I've been working a lot on being more balanced in my throws and these throws felt like they show the changes I've made. The first throw was definitely my best and it was the only one I released on hyzer. This first throw in the video went about 25' further than the others at about 375' while the others were about 350'. All of these are with 7-speed fairway drivers. Some of these definitely had issues with nose angle that kept them from going as far as they could. Thanks for all the help I've received so far!
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What you are doing feels very powerful, but is very inefficient and you are going to hurt yourself. You need to take a few steps back to progress forward.

You are going way too fast and crouching too much on your rear leg and rising into the plant and jamming into your front leg.

You need to slow down and get upright on the rear leg and fall more upright on front leg into the plant "from behind you" with the hips closed to pivot forward.
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