I think all of the drill moves are good at helping with the balance.Yes, I’m struggling with the balance thing into the brace, have tried to over exaggerate and correct and all the drills linked but can’t seem to get the feel for it
I think all of the drill moves are good at helping with the balance.
If you haven't worked with throwing longer/heavier levers or objects you might try that too. I was surprised at how different it felt once it started transferring to my own swing. Will probably feel much less effortful than how you're swinging there.
I think a mistake a lot of players make is trying to force their posture to "Make a power pocket." You might be doing it. Don't do that.
Let the arm swing wide like a bat or hammer or brick throw. The centrifugal force of the swing will create the pocket for you with less effort.
The more my body and arm get the balance and swing like a hammer, the farther I throw with less effort on a better tilted axis:
I might force the power pocket a little, what it looks like to me it's that I'm kinda "leaning" into it, kind of using gravity to drag the disc down and into my pocket, and "leaning" forward a bit as I release, perhaps?
I'm still not entirely sure how to think about the tilted axis thing, and not sure how it would feel and look if I do it right, I've thrown some hammers and stuff before but not something I've worked a lot on.
Note how my arm/hammer are pulled straight back horizontal behind my and my elbow remains on horizontal plane going forward, so I'm making my elbow swing as long as possible pulled taut from my center and my head remains in braced tilt behind front foot. Your head is tilting over and elbow drops/slacks.
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Your upper spine/head is moving /tipping/swaying more than your lower spine moving underneath upper.