Learn how to control your angles, release point, height and power. Once you feel comfortable executing those with your swing, see how the fluctuation of these variables affects the flight of the discs that you throw. Ideally this analysis can be done with minimal wind & elevation change and as comfort with your execution grows, begin to include these "course" variables in your strategy. The bottom line is that once you can begin envisioning the flight of the discs before you throw with all variables in mind - measuring your execution and closing the gap between envisioned and actual throw is going to be how to get better most quickly.
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My go to overstable, fast driver that I can depend on to stable out at the end of the flight.
When I am confident in my angles and am looking for more distance/hyzerflip in a max distance throw.
The perfect stability for the forehand I've developed coming from a former Ultimate Frisbee background, requiring less stability.
Shorter forehands that require a driver/backhands that need a medium distance between Explorers and 12/13 speed drivers & LucidX Felon for a disc that will never flip or requires a spike hyzer.
OptoX/Metallic/Opto for varying stabilities within shots requiring a fairway driver.
Loving this proto! Still figuring out where it fits in with my Explorers.
Understable/turnover shots that require a driver and more understability than my Explorers.
Pure utility disc, will only pull it out if I need a RIDICULOUSLY stable short distance throw/extreme headwinds.
My go to approach disc for anything that requires a stable finish. LucidX for a super reliable stable finish, Prime Verdict for straight shots that require stability at the end of flight.
A midrange that has what I like to think of as torque resistant stability - it'll maintain the angle you put it on, but the angle will not change drastically through its flight, even as it reaches slow speed, in comparison to a Justice/Verdict.