Straight implements put the arm in a more advantageous position to work from supinated to pronated. The weight on the end of the club requires energy to be captured up the chain and can create early connection. There is feedback provided by how the club spins that can indicate how the arm moved.
Tight and loose movers. Throwers that lack supination. Athletes that need visual feedback. Pushy arm actions.
Hold the club in the palm of your hand. Throw it to a target out in front of you. Make it spin between 12 and 2. Let the club go behind your head. let it work away from you.
Throwing it over the top (greater than 90 at the shoulder and 13 at the elbow), pulling the club down into the ground. Making it spin sideways (3 oclock). Not getting the head of the club out.
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