Step #6: Holding (the hardest one) - Zen Throwing with Ultimate Rob





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Published on Aug 27, 2013

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This is Step #6 in the Zen Throwing Routine.

- Duration: 2-3 minutes (about 10-15 throws)
- Description: Wind up any throw. When you get to the point of the throw at which you will only go forward, stop. Hold for 5-6 full seconds, counting out loud. When you reach that time, throw in a forward motion (in other words, don't wind it up more).
- Goal: First goal is to develop patience. Just because you have a throw ready does not mean it is the correct time to throw, and your opportunity may improve by waiting (even if your body is flying through the air or the stall is high, you can be physically calm). The second goal is to learn to throw without being tied to your windup. This allows a great versatility of timing. We all know examples of people that can only throw when they include their usual windup as part of the throw. This is all mental. Those people are preyed upon by poaching defenders and quick marks. Break the habit of your early tell and your windup crutch.


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