Is Paul McBeth rounding?!?!?! (Spoiler alert: No) | Q and A Video

14.08.2018
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  • Should I work on my farmer’s tan or growing my mustache?

    Tyler BruceTyler Bruce6 kuukautta sitten
  • lmao part of me wishes he was so he could be like "...so?"

    Fool ReechBakFool ReechBakVuosi sitten
  • you're a tool, danny boy

    Jose JonesJose JonesVuosi sitten
  • I get what you're saying about how to position your feet, but I have always tried to move and load my lower body like I was going to hit a baseball. I'll try what you're talking about next time, might be hard to break the muscle memory though.

    Just Some NerdJust Some NerdVuosi sitten
  • I have noticed that majority of players are still rounding when they pull through. When I teach them this wide rail, it ends up straightening up their pull through to a straight pull.

    Michael ClarkMichael ClarkVuosi sitten
  • your content got worse after you got sponsored bro. don't get cheap on me dodgson..

    Tempo ArchiveTempo Archive2 vuotta sitten
  • What video games are you into?

    Seth StrawnSeth Strawn2 vuotta sitten
  • Nice explanation on rounding. I just got a Patrol from a trilogy challenge and I love it, straightest disc I ever thrown. I sure would take one if you are giving them away!

    Tompkins Chiropractic CenterTompkins Chiropractic Center2 vuotta sitten
  • I watch all your videos. Best instructional videos on the web by far. Is there any way for me to get you a video of my throw so you can give me some pointers?

    Blake ChristopherBlake Christopher2 vuotta sitten
  • Danny, you are a born teacher. I've learned a ton from your videos. Keep up the great work. DD is lucky to have you aboard.

    Matthew BarberMatthew Barber2 vuotta sitten
  • I'm gonna try a wide rail throw.

    brandon bolsbybrandon bolsby2 vuotta sitten
  • Does anyone (or Danny if he sees this) know of somewhere I can find a cheat sheet of sorts with all the little things that go into proper form? I think my basic form is decent (~390 on a flip up to flat shot although it's not really power I care much about) and when I watch myself throw in slow mo it's very hard to notice things I'm doing wrong. Of course there's probably plenty I'm doing wrong though and I've picked up some of those things from your videos. I'm just looking for mostly smaller things like exact footing/timing.

    Dane HolmbergDane Holmberg2 vuotta sitten
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      Danny LindahlDanny Lindahl2 vuotta sitten
    • Dane Holmberg there’s so much it’s not really possible to write it all down. The closest is going to be that shot of Proctor with everything he’s doing right labeled.

      Danny LindahlDanny Lindahl2 vuotta sitten
  • Lil TJ Dillashaw

    Piero SanchezPiero Sanchez2 vuotta sitten
  • fistream.info/work/videot/bsKrs6zdqmSclqM Yo Danny, check out our Tournament! Think about coming out next year!

    Laem Sor Beach Disc Golf & Acoustic Cafe, Koh Samui.Laem Sor Beach Disc Golf & Acoustic Cafe, Koh Samui.2 vuotta sitten
  • I could not tell the difference between the Will Schusterick version of throwing and the normal way. I got how Mcbeth's is different.

    Jake HambergerJake Hamberger2 vuotta sitten
  • succinct and articulate

    Bok ChoyBok Choy2 vuotta sitten
  • outstanding video. Your efforts have helped me learn this game. I saw you at Ledgestone on Thursday, but sadly I was leaving - actually driving out of the grass parking lot one hole before the bridge tee. I figured it would be counter productive to show my thanks my honking. Anyhow, feedback on lighting. Diffuse or soften the lights behind you. The shadows are super hard and distracting. New lights and I am sure you would have figured it out, but I felt like saying it any way.

    Indygreg71Indygreg712 vuotta sitten
  • I disagree. I push my thumb forward towards the rim if I want to keep the nose down. Why don't you do a slomo video to test the platter release angle and test moving thumb forward an inch? Makes more of a difference than where you are pulling your arm back.

    madmikey1980madmikey19802 vuotta sitten
  • Good reminders.

    QuniverseQuniverse2 vuotta sitten
  • That shirt is dope!

    weirdman22weirdman222 vuotta sitten
  • I’m relatively sure on shorter more accurate shots he changes back to a straight pull

    micah_leemicah_lee2 vuotta sitten
  • Danny, I guess good form is cool, but please do a video on that gunslinger disc deployment at 0:54? Also please cover any other disc tricks you have, this is the crux of disc-centric self-centric self expression.

    H KH K2 vuotta sitten
  • Awesome video sorry to see the tale of the oak hope it heals quickly

    Zee DevilZee Devil2 vuotta sitten
  • I think you are confusing people because your calling a flat nose angle “nose down”

    Badgerspvcoach ellisBadgerspvcoach ellis2 vuotta sitten
  • Who could throw farther, Superman or Flash?

    Sonny SotomayorSonny Sotomayor2 vuotta sitten
    • Honestly neither could throw ultra far because there isn't a regulation disc with enough stability to withstand the speeds they could generate. You'd need a speed 100,000 - glide 60- turn+ 60-fade+ 60 with a weight of 100lbs minimum to even have a chance to make it fly.

      Fabel gamerFabel gamerVuosi sitten
  • Matt Dollar rounds.

    MK212074MK2120742 vuotta sitten
  • Danny...come to Texas and give me a week long training session. I'll pay for everything!

    Kaevek PlaysKaevek Plays2 vuotta sitten
  • =) Love your videos sir, keep up the good work.

    Eric EnnengaEric Ennenga2 vuotta sitten
  • Love the videos Danny. Are you coming to the Hall of Fame Classic at the IDGC? Also that tan line. LOL.

    Ryan PearsonRyan Pearson2 vuotta sitten
  • I like the way you spend some time paraphrasing my blog post from 2 weeks ago, Danny. :D

    Chris DaviesChris Davies2 vuotta sitten
  • You've got Poison Ivy

    GreenpeaGreenpea2 vuotta sitten
    • Greenpea sure do! Off the fairway left on 4 at Ledgestone it was everywhere!

      Danny LindahlDanny Lindahl2 vuotta sitten
  • Now, if I could get a Danny-stamped Patrol...

    Jon SpellJon Spell2 vuotta sitten
  • You mentioned something about not curling your wrist when you drive. I've been intentionally curling my wrist in to make sure I have a strong enough "hit" at the end like a curled up whip. Why is this wrong and why should I stop? I need help!!!

    Cody PowellCody Powell2 vuotta sitten
    • Too much wrist curl can add extra resistance through the hit, and won't efficiently transfer power through to the disc. This is usually due to the excessive travel distance required for your wrist to reach its apex, where energy transfer is at its greatest. The extra distance/curl usually results in wrist action that resembles a hinge being pushed open, rather than a spring releasing its tension. Symptoms are a slower disc speed and a slightly less consistent release point.

      Anthony BrandAnthony Brand2 vuotta sitten
    • This, I am guilty of this as well.

      Jakob BomanJakob Boman2 vuotta sitten
  • Best description I've seen of both what leads to nose up AND what wide rail is.

    doktarrdoktarr2 vuotta sitten
  • I learned more about technique and the analysis of movement for disc golf in this short video of than I have in multiple 90 minute clinics with pros. Thank you for doing what you do, you are awesome!

    DeucetrinalDeucetrinal2 vuotta sitten
  • Hook me up with some maidens 😎👍

    Taylor DuttoTaylor Dutto2 vuotta sitten
  • When are you gonna get your own disc?

    Noah TrujilloNoah Trujillo2 vuotta sitten
  • Brilliant. Nose up or down (angle of attack) is relative to the trajectory. Never thought of that. Another tool in my teaching toolbox. Thanks!

    Mike StroutMike Strout2 vuotta sitten
  • As I see more and more form-check videos, rounding is the most common comment. It says to me that generally people are having trouble getting a feeling for what isn't rounding, that rounding just feels right even if it's robbing them of power. It's a muscle-memory/habit phenomenon, a body position problem, and a timing problem. It can happen on the reach back but it can also happen if your arm and shoulders become disconnected. Getting my shoulders and hips closer together, almost as a unit has helped the timing side of things a little bit. I used to think "Hips-shoulders-elbow-wrist' which might be theoretically correct, but the delay between each stage was probably greatly exaggerated for my throw in practice. It happens so quickly that it's probably easier to think of hips and shoulders as the same motion. Sometimes, when there's a common error, it helps to try to realize the opposite error if it exists in theory. Plant step too long? What happens if you shorten it? Moving too fast? What happens if you move too slowly? Stuff like that. What would be the opposite of rounding? Getting that feeling, whatever that is, erring in the opposite direction can get people out of the rounding habit more quickly... or so my thinking goes.

    Chris JacksonChris Jackson2 vuotta sitten
    • Dude that comment was longer than the video and -1 × as helpful

      Brian GreenwaldBrian GreenwaldVuosi sitten
  • Are you on steroids or not? Stop ducking the question Danny.

    Jeff WillisonJeff Willison2 vuotta sitten
  • So glad I just hit the 501 ft mark with stilettos

    Caleb ValdezCaleb Valdez2 vuotta sitten
    • You could probably throw even farther in tennis shoes.

      Brian P.Brian P.7 kuukautta sitten
    • nice man you got him good

      ethan bradberryethan bradberry2 vuotta sitten
    • trollolol

      Eric BurgmeierEric Burgmeier2 vuotta sitten
    • I'm 12 and I can throw stilettos 520 feet on a spike hyzer.

      CodiTheJediCodiTheJedi2 vuotta sitten
  • I’m a beginner to disc golf and your videos are the most interesting, helpful, and informative that I’ve seen. I’ve binged watched most of them. You’re doing an awesome job!

    Redheadinstead _Redheadinstead _2 vuotta sitten
  • I picked up disc golf to have an outdoor activity that wasn't extremely strenuous as a way to incorporate some exercise into my days after I finished my treatments for Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Tests in July showed some things my doctor didn't like, so the fight continues, with more tests and possibly more treatments to follow. I've been playing for a little over two months, now. Your videos have taught me a lot about technique and I'm appreciative of the time and effort you put in to doing them. I'm still terrible, but I'm less terrible than I was. Regardless of my level of play, I enjoy this sport greatly. It takes my mind off of any troubles I might be having. There's nothing like going out and smashing a 280-foot drive to take out my frustrations. Hey, 280 feet for me is smashed. Lol. I wish I had picked disc golf up sooner. I'll bet I'd be almost as good as Paul McBeth by now.

    Ron "The BaldViking" MitchellRon "The BaldViking" Mitchell2 vuotta sitten
  • Danny you are the best! Thanks for all your instructional videos. I would hate to think how I would be throwing today without them.

    Ben BorupBen Borup2 vuotta sitten
  • Have you stolen the hole 5 fairway sign from somewhere

    J e rr yJ e rr y2 vuotta sitten
    • Shhh don't tell anyone!

      Danny LindahlDanny Lindahl2 vuotta sitten
  • Simply Wisdom captured on video with a little DL spice added in for flavor. You think you are smart ?.... I'd rather be wise. Looking forward to getting me some DL disc's. You don't want to miss this.

    Bethel BarrettBethel Barrett2 vuotta sitten
  • I have been playing for just over a year and 1/2 and I have watched many many videos to try and get a few pointers to improve my game. Danny’s videos are by far the best. He repeats a lot of the same things but, it’s because it’s important for proper mechanics! Thank you for doing what you do Danny.

    Kenneth WashwellKenneth Washwell2 vuotta sitten
    • Kenneth Washwell thank you! I tend to repeat myself because I get a lot of messages and comments asking questions I answered in previous videos. I’ve determined I can’t expect everyone to have watched every video so I teach what I can when I have their attention.

      Danny LindahlDanny Lindahl2 vuotta sitten
  • Still waiting for that pendulu swing video where you get into details of it. There is plenty of information about the wide rail but not much on the, umm, opposite of that?

    ThomasThomas2 vuotta sitten
    • I haven't made it because I don't think it's really for my audience. It should develop naturally and not be forced. And I'm not really an expert on that sort of thing.

      Danny LindahlDanny Lindahl2 vuotta sitten
  • Teaser to the end for the DL Trickshot video???

    ShealoacShealoac2 vuotta sitten
  • Good video Danny! It was awesome to meet you and watch you play a bit at Ledgestone!

    E0DtechE0Dtech2 vuotta sitten
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