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i'd say use foreplay to get a good warm up. pull out as often as nessesary. use visualization. condoms help some people
some are serious in response to there nerves
You heard what happened to me and chris a couple weeks ago? Just dont do that! lmao
If you don't learn to lose gracefully you will never trully appreciate what it means to win. Learn to laugh at your self. All you are doing is playing against you. What you believe is what becomes your reality. You can be your own worse enemy or your best friend and every one needs more friends. Play every course to the strengths of your game. I prefer not to watch what someone else is doing in regards to their shot or flight lines. Play the course before the tournament. Throw different shots before hand and find the one that is most consistant for you. Don't be a chaser. The last thing you need is to take a bogey or worse on a hole when what you really wanted was a birdie. Take your par and move on. If you are conserative and place your shots well, the disc gods will smile on you. Finally, if this sport was easy nobody would want to play it. Remember why you got into this sport. It is a challenge. It keeps you coming back; knowing that if you could just perfect yourself you would throw a better game. I hope you do well. Try not to take your next tounament so seriously. You are just throwing a disc into a basket after all.
Vic, I would say from knowing you and seeing you play, that at tournament level play, you just try to hard and get grip lock or to early of a release. Just com yourself down, focus, and put the disc where you think it should be for the next shot. If you just walk up and throw your right hand back hand, it will only go so far, before it goes left. Unless you can put some more on it, sort of like putting English on a cue ball to make it set up the next shot in a game of pool. Good luck Sat and Sun. at the 15th. Daytona Open. GB #554