Throw BETTER Forehands after This Video | Disc Golf Basics

22.10.2020
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Hey guys!
Me and Johannes want you to throw BETTER forehands after this video. As a complete beginner there was many basics things I learned from Johannes and his 25 years of playing disc golf. Forehand has been requested by many of you and in this video I try to improve mine. I think I´ve tried one forehand throw in my life prior to this.
Let me know if it helped you or if we missed something. Have a nice day 😀 /Jonathan
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Kommentteja
  • I’ve only been playing disc golf for a short time, but never dedicated the time to learn a forehand. After watching this video I’m ready to add it to my repertoire! Well-produced and great tips. 👍

    Jake WagerJake Wager5 päivää sitten
    • Glad to hear, Jake 😀 /Jonathan

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  • These videos are great! Keep 'em coming!

    Scott CrammondScott Crammond8 päivää sitten
    • Thank you, Scott! /Jonathan

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  • What kind of pants is Johannes wearing? They’re super cool!

    Kevin BreunerKevin Breuner9 päivää sitten
    • This I don´t know. It´s some sort of outdoor pants :) /Jonathan

      Latitude 64Latitude 647 päivää sitten
  • 1:08. "Theres the basket, hello" 😂😂

    Isaac AdamsIsaac Adams13 päivää sitten
    • 😂👍

      Latitude 64Latitude 6413 päivää sitten
  • Good teaching of the lesson! Your student ends up having an amazing forehand shot actually. I would like to see more discussion about how to throw the disc so it stays lower to the ground (not nose up, etc) and also exactly how to aim the disc so it releases the direction you want it to.

    studiowizardstudiowizard15 päivää sitten
    • Thank you :). I think we will touch on these subject in the future. Have a nice day. /Jonathan

      Latitude 64Latitude 6414 päivää sitten
  • I throw with one finger underneath. Works better for me personally. Tried 2 & 3 just messed me up. I don't recommend it but I get more distance & better accuracy with 1finger underneath.

    NewEraMusic972NewEraMusic97215 päivää sitten
  • I no longer believe in what Scot Stokely calls the t-Rex 🦖 forehand, haha. He’s right about that, tucking your arm in is unnecessary and it hurts my shoulder. Just allowing my arm out gives me more leverage, and no pain.

    Brian P.Brian P.18 päivää sitten
  • Best series out there!!!

    ArchizombieArchizombie20 päivää sitten
    • Thank you 😀 /Jonathan

      Latitude 64Latitude 6419 päivää sitten
  • Just watched this again for a 2nd or 5th time. Really frustrating you cant like more than once 😂

    snikwahjetssnikwahjets21 päivä sitten
    • 😂😂

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  • Me and my friend have played discgolf about 10-15 times, he sticks backhand, but i stick forehand. we usually ends a round at par +30, is that good or not?

    Elias omeaElias omea24 päivää sitten
    • I don´t know to be honest. Having a good time is more important in my opinion :) /Jonathan

      Latitude 64Latitude 6421 päivä sitten
  • Love the channel, refreshing to see someone give tips to someone who isn't a pro, it's a video I'll be saving to share with friends who are learning forehands.

    Joshua UlianaJoshua Uliana26 päivää sitten
    • Thanks a lot, Joshua 😀 /Jonathan

      Latitude 64Latitude 6426 päivää sitten
  • Just picked up disc golf myself during this pandemic. I needed something to do to keep my mind busy during these wild times... I’ve played one full 18 course so far and have just been watching videos. I definitely like the forward throw more than the back hand. Thank you for this video

    Demigod TonkDemigod Tonk28 päivää sitten
  • Awesome mates! Especially with the talk about disc stability in there :)

    Simon NicholsonSimon NicholsonUukausi sitten
  • The reaction difference between Tomas when you nailed the long throw and Johannes when you hit the S-curve .... Priceless 😂 "Oh my God..."

    Dan LewisDan LewisUukausi sitten
  • Alway like Jonathan s video so down to the earth!

    Echo LiEcho LiUukausi sitten
    • Thank you :) /Jonathan

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  • It's like Bob and Doug McKenzie moved to Sweden and took up disc golf.

    Steve KentonSteve KentonUukausi sitten
    • Unrelated to disc golf, but I appreciate the Swedish accent. I think English sounds better with a European accent. (Just not a French accent, for the love of God!)

      Jeff DemaineJeff Demaine18 päivää sitten
  • I love these videos!

    crooney82crooney82Uukausi sitten
  • Ima gonig to put my newly found knowledge to use soon. I shall tap back in with my results.

    Tom McKennaTom McKennaUukausi sitten
    • Please do. Hopefully it´ll help :) /Jonathan

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  • The last forehand was world class damnit! :)

    Lars-Magnus SkogLars-Magnus SkogUukausi sitten
    • Thank you, sir 😀👍 /Jonathan

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  • Keep going with this series! I'd love to see the progression keep up, maybe add someone with opposite faults. My forehand is terrible. Can't wait to try these tips out

    BurksBurksUukausi sitten
    • Thank you :). Let me know if the tips worked. /Jonathan

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  • "so we're back at.. here" :D

    Kaylee PerezKaylee PerezUukausi sitten
  • I hope my forehand doesn't get worse after this video. Eek

    Steven AtkinsSteven AtkinsUukausi sitten
  • Not a bad grip for putters. For more distance put fore finger on 90 degree angle. Almost looks as if you're flipping the bird. More speed out of the hand. No cap

    Steven AtkinsSteven AtkinsUukausi sitten
  • Dude these videos are awesome. Seeing you progress makes me feel like I can as well. Cheers

    dfshjb44dfshjb442 kuukautta sitten
    • Thank you :) /Jonathan

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  • I’m going through all y’all vids and hitting the like button. These vids are great, and y’all are awesome for making them and your awesome discs!

    Jakob WilliamsJakob Williams2 kuukautta sitten
    • Thank you Jakob :)

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  • Good vid, but I'd say if you want an amazing forehand, watch eagle McMahon's video about it

    Jacob MankeJacob Manke2 kuukautta sitten
  • What helped me develop my forehand was to go to my favorite local course and throw every shot forehand, except my putt. Don’t keep score. Just keep throwing until you find the discs that work for you. Keep the elbow close to your body and flick the wrist, and follow through.

    cappaholiccappaholic2 kuukautta sitten
  • I laugh at your facial expressions. It’s very entertaining! Helped me a lot as I had no idea how to throw that way!

    Kathy DavisKathy Davis2 kuukautta sitten
    • I´m glad you like them and find the helpful, Kathy :). Have a nice day! /Jonathan

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  • OMG I smiled out loudly couple of times :D These videos are awesome: funny and still educational :) Keep it up!

    ZimbabazimZimbabazim2 kuukautta sitten
    • Im glad you liked it :) /Jonathan

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  • Tomas is not with us...loved that shot you guys are awesome

    Doc XenDoc Xen2 kuukautta sitten
    • 😂

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  • I always found the easiest way to remember hyzer/anhyzer is thinking that the outside edge of the disc is pointing downward for hyzer, and vice versa.

    Oivind AlvestadOivind Alvestad2 kuukautta sitten
  • Lol. I want to throw with these guys

    Un HombreUn Hombre2 kuukautta sitten
  • I love these videos! Started playing again in july this summer after a break for about 26 years (still a beginner). I love this game and i don´t have any excuses why I stopped playing all those years ago. Om du har vägarna förbi Gävle Jonathan så måste vi gå en runda eller två? Eftersom vi började spela ungefär samtidigt så skulle det vara skitkul!

    Henrik WahlundHenrik Wahlund2 kuukautta sitten
    • Hej Henrik. Kul att du börjat igen :). Ja kanske det. Inte varje dag jag är i de krokarna men man vet aldrig, haha. Ha en fin dag! /Jonathan

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  • Overall good video, just wished the other guy woulda thrown to see it done correctly a few more times

    Fuhka DasystumFuhka Dasystum2 kuukautta sitten
  • I threw out my arm 2 weeks ago. It hurts to throw forehand and backhand, and I kept injuring it again. I started throwing left handed backhand and got my first 300’ shot yesterday! Left hand side arm is still quite a ways off. Maybe this will help lol.

    Ty HiltonTy Hilton2 kuukautta sitten
    • I am left handed, but I can only throw RHBH and LHFH, the others feel so alien I can't figure it out. I'm curious how you progressed with your left hand.

      EvangellicEvangellic23 päivää sitten
  • Jonathan, thanks for these videos and your unique sense of humor. From a newbie just learning the game these videos are a real help. Vielen Dank!

    Basmajian miscellanyBasmajian miscellany2 kuukautta sitten
    • You´re welcome. I´m glad you like it :) /Jonathan

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  • The putt at the end made me laugh so hard!

    Thomas WileyThomas Wiley2 kuukautta sitten
    • 😂

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  • Where is this course? Looks nice s

    Daniel BornhoeftDaniel Bornhoeft2 kuukautta sitten
    • It´s Discgolf-terminalen in Skellefteå, Sweden.

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  • You're videos are some of the best out there to learn from. Shows what new players are going through. We all can't throw like the pros and doing what they do doesn't always work for newer players. The humor and the trial and error on these videos are great!!!

    Derek MeinershagenDerek Meinershagen2 kuukautta sitten
    • My incompetence has finally found an outlet 😂. Glad you like them, Derek. /Jonathan

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  • Good work man

    trailkillatrailkilla2 kuukautta sitten
    • Thank you :)

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  • Man I have a forehand that goes 350+ about anywhere from a half of a inch to 10 inches off the ground the whole way

    Chris ChandlerChris Chandler2 kuukautta sitten
    • Only thing I dont like is the run up.i like to click my heels seems like i get more power that way

      Chris ChandlerChris Chandler2 kuukautta sitten
  • You talk about that the arm should be somewhat tucked into your body. Scott Stokely (one of the best side arm throwers) has a different view (fistream.info/work/videot/psCBr8-ZYZ-vvIE). Nate Sexton (another good side arm thrower): fistream.info/work/videot/ibJukNbZqp-Xspc Obviously, you have been playing for a much longer time than me, so I don't want to dismiss you right of the table. Just curious to see, what you think of Stokely and Sexton and what they say in those videos). :)

    Janimatti EllonenJanimatti Ellonen3 kuukautta sitten
    • @Latitude 64 Thank you for your reply and for clarifying. I really do like your videos and what you are doing. Keep doing them! :)

      Janimatti EllonenJanimatti Ellonen2 kuukautta sitten
    • I'm teaching Jonathan what works for me, and we try to do a very simplified forehand tutorial. The arm tucked in to your body doesn't mean it should be tucked in during the reachback and the follow through. But when you pull through your body, your upper arm should definitely be pretty close to your body. And if you lean your upper body a lot then think that your arm should be about vertical compared to the ground. Exactly where you're upper arm is pointing in the reachback is less pivotal, as long as you: 1. Aquire speed/power. 2. Can easily replicate it. Hope that helps / Johannes

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  • moo snuckel

    Porsha PinoPorsha Pino3 kuukautta sitten
  • GSP teaching forehands. Nice.

    KEEPtheZEN θKEEPtheZEN θ3 kuukautta sitten
    • @Latitude 64 absolutely. I laughed out loud.

      KEEPtheZEN θKEEPtheZEN θ2 kuukautta sitten
    • Haha, I had to google that. Georges St. Pierre?

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  • Kent Tekulve that thing

    Jamessr23Jamessr233 kuukautta sitten
  • "Hyzer is always where the top points..." You might want to rethink this.

    Ilari VallivaaraIlari Vallivaara3 kuukautta sitten
  • Another great video. Love the informative tips mixed with the fun editing.

    Chad RicheyChad Richey3 kuukautta sitten
    • More putting videos would be great.

      Chad RicheyChad Richey3 kuukautta sitten
    • Glad you like it, Chad. Is there some other topic youd like to see? /Jonathan

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  • the grip is literally the only thing done correctly here :(

    Joakim VesaJoakim Vesa3 kuukautta sitten
    • And even that grip isn't universal. I've found that stacking my middle finger over my index finger and pushing my fingerprint into the wall of the rim provides far more spin, less wobble and more power than the pistol grip. The pistol grip makes zero sense. There's hardly any strength in the sides of your fingers compared to the front (fingertip side)

      Oh OkOh Ok26 päivää sitten
    • So you'll be posting your correct video soon no doubt?

      lyric911lyric9113 kuukautta sitten
    • I´m sorry you feel that way, Joakim. Thank you for your feedback :) /Jonathan

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  • 8:17

    Tim CroninTim Cronin3 kuukautta sitten
  • This series seriously helped me a lot to devellop my discgolf game.

    DutchVIIIDutchVIII3 kuukautta sitten
    • Ikr! Been a social level player a few years. Happy that can play par level. For grins started watching these videos and putting the lessons into play. A few strokes per round better now. The fun level increased too. For simple reason that a few holes that I played for par now play to at least have a look/putting second circle.

      Marc SandiasMarc SandiasUukausi sitten
  • Paul Ulibarri has a great episode of "Down the Fairway" on how to learn how to flick the disc properly. Use a putter and forehand the disc no more than 20 feet but spin it as much as possible. I call it the helicopter drill. If you do the drill correctly the disc will almost float in the air like a helicopter.

    Dustin HansonDustin Hanson3 kuukautta sitten
  • i had quit throwing forehands because of my poor form, it hurt my elbow, but this method of throwing looks like it doesn't put any stress on that joint.

    Gus GarciaGus Garcia3 kuukautta sitten
    • Hopefully it won´t hurt :) /Jonathan

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  • As always a very informative and entertaining video Jonathan. I hope to work on this today. Thomas should be careful or he may be replaced:) BTW, where can I find your L64 jacket on line?

    Mike OppligerMike Oppliger3 kuukautta sitten
    • Hey Mike. I'm glad you like it :). Let me know how it went. I'm afraid you cant find the jacket online. Only at retailers. But some people have asked for it so I'll check if we have plans to have the jacket in our factory store in the future. Have a nice day! /Jonathan

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  • Always entertaining and informative!

    Chain Raider Disc GolfChain Raider Disc Golf3 kuukautta sitten
  • Forehand is like writing in chinese for me. I can kind of throw upshots forehand but off the tee my forehand is non existent. Gonna try some of these tips.

    Jesse GambleJesse Gamble3 kuukautta sitten
  • Really enjoying these videos. They seem in keeping with the most important rule of disc golf: most fun wins! So, I'm having trouble with the forehand release point. I keep yanking it left, standstill, run-up, high-speed, mid-range. It's not so much turning the disc over, it's just missing the line by a lot to the left. Foot work? Rotating shoulders too far? HELP! :)

    D EnsignD Ensign3 kuukautta sitten
  • Just subscribed due to this vid. I love DD and Lat. Forehand is definitely my weakest aspect but i just started about 5 months ago so thanks for the instruction.

    Jeremiah MossJeremiah Moss3 kuukautta sitten
    • Hey Jeremiah. And welcome :). Is there some other topic you'd like to see? /jonathan

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  • Great work on that forehand! Lots of good tips. Huge fan of this video series! Keep up the awesome work man!

    snackpack533snackpack5333 kuukautta sitten
    • Thank you 😀. /jonathan

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  • I would practice forehand a lot more if it wasn't for the pain I get in my arm when throwing forhand. In the elbow and something in my triceps is hurting in a strange way. As it seems that pain will not go away I have started to play with backhand turnover shots and regular anhyzers when the last fade isn't a problem. But I wish I could throw forehand consistently. (Weirdly enough my approach shots with "forehand" works with no pain but then I use like almost 0 arm movement and only flick my wrist.)

    1Dreamking1Dreamking3 kuukautta sitten
    • I had a similar issue with my forearm throw causing shoulder pain. For me, it was my wrist rotation in my grip. My palm was up toward the sky which restricted my elbow and shoulder. By turn my wrist toward the basket as more of a open palm slap, the shoulder pain stopped. I recommend trying different grips and wrist rotations to see if something is putting tension into your elbow and causing the pain.

      Peter OberleyPeter Oberley2 kuukautta sitten
  • Unreal

    Thomas KerrThomas Kerr3 kuukautta sitten
    • Hopefully in a good way 😅

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  • Super lucid, I'm happy to see a standstill forehand as the foundation. A standstill backhand video changed my game forever years ago, this surely will help my baseball twisted forearm.

    James RiethJames Rieth3 kuukautta sitten
  • Haha, good laughs :) Thanks!

    Nathan KleinNathan Klein3 kuukautta sitten
  • Except in the very extremes, I prefer to hinge at my hip to control release angle and basically throw like I'm throwing a baseball (but I'm bent sideways at the hips to create the correct angle.)

    kruksogkruksog3 kuukautta sitten
    • I think this is a more repeatable form than the wrist adjustment. Also I keep my elbow away from my hip.

      JustAddWaterJustAddWater2 kuukautta sitten
  • super cool video.. love the commentary and interaction

    Greg AdriaanseGreg Adriaanse3 kuukautta sitten
  • "so we're back at.. here" :D

    Roger RRoger R3 kuukautta sitten
  • Wow. I'm gunna go try this.

    Tanner SherlockTanner Sherlock3 kuukautta sitten
    • @Latitude 64 I think this is going to help me a ton. I just got done playing, and I felt like my flick was easier to control. Now I'm going to watch it a couple more times, and work on the next thing.

      Tanner SherlockTanner Sherlock3 kuukautta sitten
    • Let me know how it went :) /Jonathan

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  • I need a new lat64 Saint 🥺

    DongerDonger3 kuukautta sitten
  • This was the greatest instructional video I’ve ever seen. Thanks so much

    Jeremy HowellJeremy Howell3 kuukautta sitten
    • Thank you very much :)

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  • Yes a video where you actually see someone throw and learn. I watched scott stokely's video on forehands and he only talks but doesn't show how it's supposed to be done.

    A.J. KA.J. K3 kuukautta sitten
  • 8:08 is why I will play disc golf for the rest of my life! Such a great feeling to pure a shot!

    Weekend WarriorWeekend Warrior3 kuukautta sitten
    • I agree :) /Jonathan

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  • Great Vid. Like Tomas, I don't throw forehands. I will work on it using this Vid.

    Steve SandersSteve Sanders3 kuukautta sitten
  • Dude went from unathletic to throwing a really great forehand. With practice he would he really good.

    micah_leemicah_lee3 kuukautta sitten
    • Hopefully so 😀😅 /jonathan

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  • 100 percent love these videos. As a beginner, it great to see other beginners and how to fix issues. Keep up the great content!

    Gerry StevensGerry Stevens3 kuukautta sitten
    • Glad you like it :) /jonathan

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  • I think I learned a lot in this video. Thanks.

    mathew montezmathew montez3 kuukautta sitten
  • These are the best videos out here. Thank you guys so much for putting these out there.

    J BJ B3 kuukautta sitten
    • Thank you :) /Jonathan

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  • I definitely struggle with sidearm. Going to try some of these tips out for sure!

    Baysinger's Disc Golf ChannelBaysinger's Disc Golf Channel3 kuukautta sitten
    • Let me know how it went :) /Jonathan

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  • Great content. I love these videos. Different from how everyone else is doing them. Keep it up!

    Daniel WillisDaniel Willis3 kuukautta sitten
    • Thank you :) /Jonathan

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  • My way of remembering anhyzer and hyzer: When u see Annie (anhyzer) ur wiener is pointing up. When u saa Heiser (hairy dude/hyzer) ur wiener is pointing down. Apply same theory with disc and ur good.

    fister123fister1233 kuukautta sitten
  • Love the series but this video confused me a bit. I watched a Scott Stokely video on forehands an he talked about keeping your elbow away from your body and making a sort of tilted ball throw. That is quite the opposite from what you guys say here 😁

    Tobias PronkTobias Pronk3 kuukautta sitten
  • These are sooo good. Thanks guys!

    Lars JanssonLars Jansson3 kuukautta sitten
    • Thank you :) /Jonathan

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  • Latitude 64 is the disc golf version of Koenigsegg. Only difference is I don’t have enough money for a Koenigsegg

    GamingNoob441GamingNoob4413 kuukautta sitten
  • Great series! Thank you!

    Rachel RollTideRachel RollTide3 kuukautta sitten
    • Glad you like it :) /Jonathan

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  • Learning forehand is my new COVID project. Y'all are in trouble in 2021.

    Steve KentonSteve Kenton3 kuukautta sitten
    • Paul Ulibarri has a great episode of "Down the Fairway" on how to learn how to flick the disc properly. Use a putter and forehand the disc no more than 20 feet but spin it as much as possible. I call it the helicopter drill. If you do the drill correctly the disc will almost float in the air like a helicopter.

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  • GJ guys 😎👍

    Taylor DuttoTaylor Dutto3 kuukautta sitten
    • Cheers, Taylor :)

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  • Best tutorials on the net

    Alex DruienAlex Druien3 kuukautta sitten
    • That´s very nice of you. Thank you :) /Jonathan

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  • 8:08 “light bulb” 💡💡💡

    Mark Route5discgolfMark Route5discgolf3 kuukautta sitten
  • Been waiting for the forehand episode 😊

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  • The hyzer is when the outside of the disc looks down towards the ground, and anhyzer when it looks at the sky. Easier then think "that way" XD

    Viktor ErikssonViktor Eriksson3 kuukautta sitten
    • Haha you got a point 😂 /Jonathan

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  • Another great video!!! Keep them coming...

    Erin SearleErin Searle3 kuukautta sitten
    • Glad you like it, Erin :)

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  • This video series has been the most helpful tool for improving my game since starting in May/June! The relatable atmosphere mixed with great tips have improved my game so much. I even competed in my first tournament with some confidence after watching these over and over.

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    • @Latitude 64 Absolutely! I had such a great time that I signed up for another tournament on Dec 6.

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    • @Chernati Yoga Massage Congratulations. Must have felt really good :) /Jonathan

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    • @Latitude 64 It was fantastic! I came in 10/18 in the Warwick Amateur Disc Golf Championship (AM3) with some of the best throws I've ever had, including a ~430ft drive, my furthest by almost 70-80ft.

      Chernati Yoga MassageChernati Yoga Massage3 kuukautta sitten
    • Thats awesome. How did it go? /Jonathan

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  • These videos are so good. The comedy is primo

    Blood RichBlood Rich3 kuukautta sitten
    • Glad you like it :) /Jonathan

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  • Jonathan needs a signature disc design - I'd take a pure for sure!

    Ben CoyleBen Coyle3 kuukautta sitten
    • Haha I´m sure my mum would buy one at least 😂

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  • U guys are reading minds, or is youtube.. Anyways, this was exactly what I needed! Thank you very much

    Teter PoshTeter Posh3 kuukautta sitten
    • That´s great :)

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  • : )

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  • Great! Thank you!😊 Good advices as in every video!👍

    Daniel FrankDaniel Frank3 kuukautta sitten
    • Thank you Daniel :) /Jonathan and Johannes

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  • Good simple instructions! Thanks!

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  • Once again a nice and very informative video. Can't wait to go out there and give it a go after these tips!

    Tuomas LesonenTuomas Lesonen3 kuukautta sitten
    • Let me know how it went :) /Jonathan

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  • Every video is just fantastic.

    Joseph MichelsJoseph Michels3 kuukautta sitten
    • Thats very nice of you. Thank you, Joseph :) /Jonathan

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  • We are here, but now with...knowledge!

    Chris PrudhommeChris Prudhomme3 kuukautta sitten
    • Knowledge is key 😂

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  • I actually disagree with using the ring finger to stabilize but I also use my forehand for distance. For me it takes away from the spin of the disc and makes it fly differently than I feel it should

    Kyle HumphreyKyle Humphrey3 kuukautta sitten
    • Do you use your pinky?

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    • Where do you put your ring finger (holding a disc)? Just on the under side of the disc? /Jonathan

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