Low release throws are very valuable when breaking the mark. Even if you are very wide sometimes the mark is still able to get around. It is much harder for the mark to get very low.
A and B set up opposite each other, roughly 10 to 15 metres apart. C is positioned beside A holding an obstacle (sweeping brush handle, pool noodle or other) at A’s release point.
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- After seeing A's initial release point, C should hold the obstacle slightly lower in order to challenge A's ability.
- Each time A releases below the obstacle and throws on target, the obstacle should be lowered for the next throw.
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