Step #10: R&D Throw - Zen Throwing Routine with Ultimate Rob





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Published on Aug 27, 2013

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This is Step #10 in the Zen Throwing Routine.

- Duration: 1 minute
- Description: Pick a throw that you cannot currently throw well (this could be a scoober, or an inside-out forehand, or a high-release push pass...something that you are not currently comfortable with but that you think could have value). Throw this repeatedly.
- Goal: Develop new throws. This is part of the full scheme of incorporation, which proceeds as: 1) Throw occasionally in non-practice throwing 2) Throw in pre-practice warm-ups 3) Throw in game warmups 4) Throw in meaningless games 5) Throw in practice scrimmages 6) Throw in games. Progression to the next point should occur when you are comfortable with the risk/reward of your skill with this throw, and not before. (Almost every throw I use in games now was, at one point, an R&D throw.)

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