Originally Posted by General Scales
Well, I've noticed in your video's that you always seem to be looking at the target even during your back swing. I find this to be counter productive. If you look back at your disc when you perform your reach back, it pushes your shoulder even further, giving you a bigger whip and snap effect. I've also found that throwing back hand while looking at the target puts more stress on the core muscles for throwing. That can cause injuries and fatigue. Not something anybody wants to have happen during a money round. Besides that they looked good and long.
This is something I have been messing with.
I found that in my "Fundamentals" video, both Feldberg and Climo have a different perspective on this.
I have a feeling it is more of a power vs. accuracy approach to the drive.
Feldberg teaches the long reach back and turned heel...
Climo seems to push people to keep their periphery on the target, lead the arm.
I think it is a personal preference.