You were interested in my take on the star katana,well it performs somewhat like my star valkeryie but a bit more stable,i through it aproximatey 30 times today.We did have a little wind today and it handled it better than my valk but would sill turn over some.1 to 10 rating i would give it a 8 i will use it alot.My favorite drivers are a 175g r pro boss,and a 175g champ groove.Hope he info helped peace,and happy holidays.
hay scot just going through my page and was wondering if you ever got around to playing the west course at rockford. They now have two sets of pin placements for the west side. It is now a much tougher course.
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Your go to driver is turning into a roller, eh? It sounds like you are developing follow through. Getting better is not a straight line process. You get worse before you get better. Keep on working on it in a field.
During rounds use your normal form. Wait to unleash the new follow through.
Looking at the video, you lack motion in your torso (hips and abs). Also it appears as though you have decent arm speed, but you are reaching max speed WAY before you get to your release point. Try to gradually increase your speed and hit your max right at releasing the disc. This will "give you the best bang for your buck". A follow thru with your leg woudl not be a bad thing either but make sure if you are going to do that you are still maintaining balance. Remember there is no point in sacrificing accuracy for power.
He's setting up for approaches with no run up, but look at how much his whole body follows thru. If you check out the distance drives, it's different, but watch how much he keeps the torso rotating. That is what I did wrong for a long time (similar concept to my RHFH throwing). Now I yank my front shoulder open and the rest of my body is free to rotate more, and I follow all the way through with the rest of my body, including the hip, and don't worry about "stopping" like I used to. I'm no Climo, but I'm in no pain, either. It's not effort. Not effort at all, quite the opposite.
I would love to help break down your throw for you to get you better distance, but you must recognize that you are potientally throwing to heavy of a disc for your power at this point in time also. I cannot say for sure as I do not know what you are throwing.
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