Face Your Target by Brummie

This is one of our "Essentials" lessons

A common mistake made by junior players is to try to throw entirely from the wrist. Facing your target reduces the need to do this by enabling a thrower to engage their lower body and core as well as their arms.

The most common scenario for this is when moving the disc off the sideline; a thrower will begin face downfield, towards cutters. When they want to engage a reset, they will turn to face the player positioned laterally, as shown […]

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