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Hey!

I read carefully what you have been saying and I tried my best.

I focused only on my lower body and trying to find this balance.

I'm finally rotating on my heel! And effortlessly!

What do you think, is it any better?

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Old 01-14-2020, 05:10 PM
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Looking better.

Setup in a narrow stance with front foot slightly pointed toward target, so that you can then stride your front foot/heel dynamically forward a couple inches. You setup in a too wide stance and can't really shift back or forth properly and you actually end up in a slightly narrower stance than you setup in with your feet spinning out.





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Setup in a narrow stance with front foot slightly pointed toward target, so that you can then stride your front foot/heel dynamically forward a couple inches. You setup in a too wide stance and can't really shift back or forth properly and you actually end up in a slightly narrower stance than you setup in with your feet spinning out.
I tried to do what you said but I'm not sure I understood everything.
Is it what you meant?


Those throws I recorded were maybe not my best but sometimes it felt really effortless to throw. I think it's a good sign, right?
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To me it looks like you are standing way to upright and the disc looks super heavy. If you bend your knees some more you should be able to unlock some more movement in your hips, allowing you to shift weight from one side to the other while still keeping your shoulders turned. When doing this you also must tilt your body over the toes...

Tilt body, bend knees, turn body (don't lean back - turn) and feel the weight over your left leg. Then turn your bent(!) left knee towards your right leg, the weight should now shift towards the right leg, and with some forward momentum all of the weight should shift into it. Your body should still be keep tilted and turned back (hip and shoulder saparation).

...English is not my language, but I hope I make sense any way
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I tried to do what you said but I'm not sure I understood everything.
Is it what you meant?

Those throws I recorded were maybe not my best but sometimes it felt really effortless to throw. I think it's a good sign, right?
Yes and yes. Only thing is that you are striding/stepping too much over to the left tee instead of straight, and your rear heel is still flat on ground when your front heel plants, so you are trying to push off your rear foot too late.

You are trying to combine the 2 SC Sequence Drills below and striding diagonally, instead of striding either straight or stepping to left slightly like Elephant Walk Drill.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-KVWfUkQ3s#t=4m40s

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