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I am sure someone has probably run this in a forum, but I am too doggone lazy to search it.

What is the easiest way to build "snap" so as to turn over discs that may not be easily turned over?  I'm not talking about going overboard with like a DC Force, but something more than my DC ESP Avenger SS.  I mean something possibly like my Z Surge SS.  (I know it isn't near as overstable as other discs, but I don't have a huge arm, either)

Tags: Snap, anhyzer, anny, flip, hyzer-flip, overstable

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I'm going to give the snap the towel thing a try here soon as it is something Blake T on dgr has suggested. Also check out DGR because they developed a way to give someone a 350 FH in about a half hour. Believe me it works, the purpose of it though is to transfer what you learn through these FH drills to a BH throw. They think they have it about 80% figured out and are still working on it because they just started last month I believe. A couple of guys who are only half hitting went from throwing big distance drivers 350 with an xstep and reach back to throwing a Roc 350 from a standing position and half reach back. So there is something behind it, they're just working on finishing it.


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