Quote from Mark G.
Oh man, wouldn't it be awesome if the human body was as predictable (when more force is added to the system) as a rigid prybar/lever?
published at Apr 5th 2013 5:10am on http://www.effortlessthrow.org/
Quote from DangerousDan
If the human body is as simple as a prybar then all you would have to do is apply more pressure. Are you, in a round about way advocating the building of strength as a primary focus for throwers?
published at Apr 5th 2013 4:43pm on http://www.effortlessthrow.org/
Quote from Ringmaster
No one who throws far is weak, by definition. They may have lighter max lifts or shorter overhead shot throws or something but if you throw far you are generating more power and transefering it to the discus, period.
On the other hand, no one who doesn't throw far is "strong" as a thrower. You aren't generating power in the discus, you are "weak"
"Weak" and "Strong" are useless terms in throwing except as measured by distance thrown.
published at Apr 5th 2013 6:02pm on http://www.effortlessthrow.org/