Learning to throw is important at every stage of ultimate, from rookies learning a flick and a reset pass, to club veterans expanding their arsenal and refining their control.
There are numerous throwing resources available: instructional articles and books; throwing sessions with more experienced players in your community; and just playing more.
Simply throwing with a good thrower and trying to mimic movements can be very helpful. However, it can be difficult to discern which aspects of the throwing motion are personal style and which are core components of the throw. If you have someone in your community who is good at translating instructions into action (talking you through slight shifts in grip and movement), ask them for help before asking the hucker on your team who can’t really explain what they’re doing.
Over the last seven years, I have been collecting photos and video footage of top throwers, with the goal of identifying the key to throwing with power....