Question for you masters...
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December 5th, 2008, 08:53 AM
September 10th, 2008
Weight of the disc effects more than stamina/arm strenght. Have them try the (whats that tube strecher called) Sorry senior moment. I use an un-opened umbrella to strecth as well build arm strength. It works pretty well just real SLOW.
By using your heart vs your head to choose discs is suicide. Tell them that by throwing a more varied weights you can make great strides QUICKLY. It more important to find models that you feel comfortable with than worring about weights at least in the begining. The same goes for type of plastic.
As an Almost Grand. I throw mostly dx I only carry 8 discs
Valks but i have three in my bag Low 150's New, 165 Tuned and 170 spent.
165 Star Winder (Munoz hand me down) Each has it own place as both backhand, forehand and UD (Thummer)
Max 10X KC Eagle. Forehand, roller and very windy (into the wind)
Up discs should be heavier than drivers (E-Element) and putters should be close to max. (AP)
Downwind or UPHILL (thanks Bar wrestler) lighter will go as far as heavy.
Into the wind throw it flat and play more hyser.
You should be able to throw all shots with all discs you carry. Grama like to play an entire round with just one disc. That is the fastest way to learn your discs!
The real trick is hook em up with the special disc Panther
Remember Drivers may come and go but putters are forever
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