Rob shows how lots of forehand snap equals more spin on the disc.
The part I am interested in is the plane of the disc: like many experienced ultimate players, just before throwing, the disc is held vertical or past the vertical. At release, it is horizontal.
Beginner forehands usually have too much outside in, because the thrower rolls their wrist over: palm up to palm down. Expert forehands are thrown flat, generally because the wrist rolls the opposite way: palm down to palm up.
Try it now without a disc.
Yet who has ever taught players this, after they have mastered the GSWAP basics of throwing?
My big question is how early (first lesson, first month, first year) do we need to teach this wrist roll to those learning ultimate? I know some experienced players who need to try it, to see if their forehands will benefit.
It starts with holding the disc vertical, or even partly upside down. Like Dan does here.