Step #8: Single Leg Throws - Zen Throwing Routine with Ultimate Rob





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Published on Aug 27, 2013

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This is Step #8 in the Zen Throwing Routine.

- Duration: 4 minutes
- Description: Balance on opposite leg from throwing hand, throwing either forehands or backhands. If you complete a throw, back up a step. If your partner needs to move to catch, step closer. Do forehands first (generally flat) until you get to a good working distance where you don't gradually step closer or farther much. Once you've tried this during a couple of sessions, this corresponds very well to your effective accurate throwing range in games, by the way.
- Upper-level: Stay balanced for 3-4 throws at a time, including the catch.
- Very upper-level: Use fakes without losing balance.
- Goal: Smooth out the long-throwing motion by eliminating body torque and legs. Improve power from core.


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