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I know everyone has different techniques, but pretty much everything has been done before and most of us had to start somewhere by copying pro techniques, even if we changed them later. So, which pro do you most throw like?

Mine is a pendulum style like Dave Feldberg's currently.

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and u don't knead hair die
hahah, good one.
People have told me I throw just like Ken Climo.... When he started playing back in the early 80's....
if i threw like a pro, i'd be a pro, wouldn't i? kinda the problem.
I tend to emulate Avery Jenkins' backhand with the elbow point before the reachback. For whatever reason it helps me focus on the point I should hit before losing sight of it during the reachback; helps my accuracy. Here's a good slow-mo video of what I'm talking about (first clip): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHSZyYAVPbs
No, really, people say I throw just like Barry Schultz,

right after he broke his hand at the Memorial........
That's so wierd there's a thread on this... I was just telling a buddy that I started trying the "Ken Climo Kick" delivery for a lot of my shots! If you watch him he keeps his shoulders very square on his pull back, sticks his neck out during his twist then has a really nice kick with his left foot. I don't have a lot of distance with it but it seems to help on accuracy...

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