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Old 01-10-2021, 07:06 AM
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Old 01-10-2021, 05:47 PM
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This is one of HUB's best videos in my opinion. Doing the exercise in the video, I think I feel the brace much better, as well as a better forward lean with the butt out. Hope to get the time to try it out on the field soon. Looking forward to the rest of the videos.

I did not know that it was "wrong" to step sideways at the end of the follow-through (like the old man does). I believe I have seen many pros do that as well, like Page Pierce(?).
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Old 01-10-2021, 07:33 PM
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I did not know that it was "wrong" to step sideways at the end of the follow-through (like the old man does). I believe I have seen many pros do that as well, like Page Pierce(?).
I would guess those throws were less than full power.

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Old 01-11-2021, 02:00 PM
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Really solid, reminds me of the butt wipes drill from SW. That’s one thing you can do to during this drill is have your butt up against a wall and make sure it stays on the wall. Only way to keep it on the wall is to compress and push back on the braces as he mentions

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Old 01-11-2021, 03:47 PM
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I would guess those throws were less than full power.
Yeah, watched some videos of her and it seems like I had a false memory.

Until I found this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBQ4SkpWpRU

It may not be the same "step out" as the old man, but looks similar.
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Old 01-11-2021, 03:53 PM
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Hey Guys - the tldr; is that I'm really booked up with work on multiple fronts and so I had Roger reach out and ask in great detail for help. I figured if I could dial up an hour each week somewhere, I can review his form and make a response video that tries to share whatever I've learned over the years from SW and this crew here. Many of you helped me with my understanding of the swing and when you guys (RFrance esp.) share videos you find in here, I'll often throw them into my save for later viewing and I've watched countless golf, baseball, even football videos.

I wish I had the time to still contribute here more than I do - but in the meantime this is my best bet.

My explanation for why we brace (definitely stolen from various long drive golf videos):

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The fundamental reason that we brace in plain spoken english: to accelerate the arm.

The arms speed is set to its initial speed in the down-swing. (From the top of the back swing to center chest.)

If the hips remain unchanged or un-braced, the arm will not change speed. You set it in motion and it remains in motion, with no other force acting on it.

A BRACED HIP will slow your lower body rotation and your momentum has to go somewhere... where can it go? Up the body, which can rotate because you have mobility through your abdomen and hip joints.

To brace the lead hip, you have to compress the lead leg and push it out, moving the right hip back - which is going to slow your lower body rotation and funnel momentum up.

If you do this, there is no "throwing the disc with your arm"... you are simply holding onto the disc as it redirects through the swing and your upper body gains momentum which funnels through the posture and motion you create.

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Yeah, watched some videos of her and it seems like I had a false memory.

Until I found this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBQ4SkpWpRU

It may not be the same "step out" as the old man, but looks similar.
Not a great PP throw to analyze: she's a bit in the backseat, bringing the disc well behind herself in the backswing - most definitely due to the wonky facing teepad. When you look at her balance post release, it's in line with the direction of throw but not the teepad.

It happens, we all throw shots that aren't in the lab and have to adjust.

Roger's bounce out came from being too back seat and then trying to remain in balance.
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I did not know that it was "wrong" to step sideways at the end of the follow-through (like the old man does). I believe I have seen many pros do that as well, like Page Pierce(?).
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Yeah, watched some videos of her and it seems like I had a false memory.

Until I found this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBQ4SkpWpRU

It may not be the same "step out" as the old man, but looks similar.
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Not a great PP throw to analyze: she's a bit in the backseat, bringing the disc well behind herself in the backswing - most definitely due to the wonky facing teepad. When you look at her balance post release, it's in line with the direction of throw but not the teepad.

It happens, we all throw shots that aren't in the lab and have to adjust.

Roger's bounce out came from being too back seat and then trying to remain in balance.
I think the real indicator difference is during the stride and swing where the hips/butt lose depth. It's harder to pinpoint indicator in the followthru.


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I think the real indicator difference is during the stride and swing where the hips/butt lose depth. It's harder to pinpoint indicator in the followthru.

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when you move the disc forward does it end up in the same place it would as if you would just walk around the disc

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