Originally Posted by watungga
Nothing in that link indicates the "throw" I'm talking about. It is more on style, position, balance, and etc.
My point here is the mindset of producing a canon trajectory of the ball after impact. Much like golf. I know that to earn that wonderful ball delivery takes a whole combination of package of sorts, and all it takes to command all parts to get into harmony is having the mindset that is central to the coordination of things, and I'm picturing about that - "throw".
I teach watching the ball into the string bed then keeping the head still by trying to watch the ball through the back of the string bed. I also say that imagine the ball is on a line like a yo yo to define the arc. I see where your head is at here, hard to explain I know.
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