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Old 04-07-2019, 08:46 PM
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Yep, a little better and agree still locking out the elbow. Also need to work on striding straighter into your trajectory rather than moving right to left across it. Rear foot needs to step out of the way to right for front foot to stride/glide straight through. Work on Door Frame Drill and the door frame is what should pull your body back through the taut arm into the backswing while your butt/weight goes targetward. Hang from the door frame with butt leading without front foot really being planted or weighted yet. So you should drop in dynamic upright balance onto your front heel if you let go of the door frame. So you have to shift before you can turn/swivel.

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Old 04-07-2019, 10:00 PM
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Yep, a little better and agree still locking out the elbow. Also need to work on striding straighter into your trajectory rather than moving right to left across it. Rear foot needs to step out of the way to right for front foot to stride/glide straight through. Work on Door Frame Drill and the door frame is what should pull your body back through the taut arm into the backswing while your butt/weight goes targetward. Hang from the door frame with butt leading without front foot really being planted or weighted yet. So you should drop in dynamic upright balance onto your front heel if you let go of the door frame. So you have to shift before you can turn/swivel.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxnhM5amro0#t=1m14s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZvvF6eW-by8
Awesome! I will work on these for awhile and report back with I have some success. Thanks again!
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Old 02-16-2020, 03:44 PM
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Sidewinder, if you could look over my form again and see if I can improve on anything that would be greatly appreciated. I am still working on my x step to get my stride straighter. I am also trying to be as loose as I can and delay my reach back as well. Thanks in advance!

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Old 02-17-2020, 02:35 AM
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Your rear leg is pushing your upper body and right shoulder over top or around your front leg, instead of your rear foot driving your hips and left shoulder forward laterally while right shoulder/arm lags back.

Frame 1 - Note how Markus is falling more upright, his legs are hanging underneath his pelvis. Note how your legs are crouched and everything is already turned back.

Frame 2 - Note how Markus is Riding the Bull with his femurs/knees more squeezing into the bull while you are in more of a wide horsestance with femurs/knees out.

Frame 3 - Note how your left hip and right shoulder go upward and your left shoulder is collapsing toward your left hip. Note how Markus's left shoulder is braced up on the front leg and centered to swing the front shoulder/arm/disc.

Frame 4 - Note how Markus is more braced up on the front leg so all his mass is behind the hit and repelling the disc out away from his center. Your center is moving over the front leg with the disc.

In the rear view, note how your left butt cheek is moving from right to left down the tee pad instead of straight, so you are losing hip depth(as described in clearing the hips vids in link) or butt wipe pressure. In Door Frame Drill, your body is moving to the left tee side across your arm/door frame, instead of moving straight targetward so arm/shoulder are pull taut straight back.
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Appreciate the feedback as always but oh boy. I don’t even know where to start right now lol. What should I try to work on first?
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Old 02-17-2020, 04:09 PM
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Ok after watching the golf and baseball video. I think I felt it. Here is me throwing very slow and focusing on the fixes

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Somewhat better, although your x-step footwork isn't helping. You are going into the x-step already closed and pigeon toed and end up slowing down instead of accelerating into the stride/plant. Your feet should be gliding more like a ballerina.

Frame 3 - Hershyzer drill - you are kicking the wall before your butt hits the wall and your feet are separating way ahead of your knees with your front foot nearly backwards.

Frame 4 - Door Frame drill - you aren't really hanging from the door frame with all your weight leveraged forward of the rear foot and about to tear the door frame/house down.



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Old 02-18-2020, 10:17 AM
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This is great! I always knew there is something just off with my x step and back swing. I can’t never get it to look right. Thanks for your feedback! Going to work on these for awhile
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One thing you can kind of take away from Eagle/Simon/Kallstrom is that you want to be moving "forward" until that left foot hits the ground, which is when you'll want to begin turning the hips back

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I think I have a mini break through today. For some reason I taped myself do a throw but not actually throw. I didn’t think about anything but use my momentum into the throw. I felt very braced and balanced afterwards. So I took a look in slow motion and I noticed my form looked so much better. So I did this a few times and threw. When I threw, it definitely didn’t look nearly as good as my non throws but I think I’m getting close. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks in advance

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