We are backchaining this skill, starting one step away from the finish and then falling into the correct behavior. This position makes it highly likely that proper technique will be employed from the get go.
Distance throwing is a highly complex skill. The entire body is in action and must work in concert: the feet set up the hips, the hips move the arm, the torso follows and pushes the hips, the arm catches up and the hips power through, then the torso/arm/hips finish. It is not a simple mechanical […]
A critical part of delivering accurate and powerful distance tosses is where the shoulder is when the disc is released. If you look at all of the big throwers out there, men and woman alike, all of them have one thing in common
We do two distance learning drills here at PVybe designed to isolate portions of the body that are moving in concert on your big back hand throws.
The Backhand throw, especially when thrown for distance, is one of the most complex throws you can attempt.
Once you are more than comfortable with the 4 steps you can go ahead and get started working the actual throwing technique. Break the throw down in to two steps: 1-2 Start with one, making sure the disc is perfectly in line with the arm and that the disc reaches back in that channel while […]