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Old 02-06-2020, 09:31 AM
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You land crouched on your left leg and then you hop/extend or rise and then fall again into the plant. When you land on the left leg you shouldn't rise again, you should be at your highest point and falling leveraged forward into the plant. The hop happens from the right/front leg to get over the left/rear leg.

Note how Ken kind of just hops over the rear leg and falls into the plant and keeps swinging shoulder further back later, and swings front shoulder forward of front hip.
Yeah I totally agree about the crouch and adding a proper hop. And I could watch Ken Jarvis throw discs for days...Thanks for all you do.
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Old 02-06-2020, 01:05 PM
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Figuring out how to use the left leg to leverage the backswing (shift from behind ) will fix a lot of your issues. If you plant the left foot with the intention of using that leg as leverage, you will automatically plant firm instead of soft/crouching.

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Old 02-06-2020, 10:23 PM
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Figuring out how to use the left leg to leverage the backswing (shift from behind ) will fix a lot of your issues. If you plant the left foot with the intention of using that leg as leverage, you will automatically plant firm instead of soft/crouching.
Nice, thanks. I agree. Just tossing a few tonight at dusk while trying to stay taller/more upright until the plant felt good. But I do need to think of it more as bracing against the disc's momentum in the backswing. So far so good though compared to my old toe-draggy way of strong arming. - more vids soon!
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Howdy folks. Hope all are well and healthy.

Here's about where I'm at right now. Need a tune up. Some things are wonky, quarantine-stache notwithstanding.

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Your x-step is longer than your plant step/stride and end up tipping over top front leg instead of rotating into braced leg.

Your hands need to separate/swim and counter each other to release. Your hands are moving together like a two-arm swing. You are swimming the butterfly instead of the freestyle/crawl.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=um5cS9u_Y0w&t=4m32s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BuvujcEMLxs#t=1m25s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJ4pxndBpJ4#t=2m22s




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