Up at sunrise, did 20 toe-touches, sit-ups, and push-ups followed by a jog. I plan on playing 18-27 holes at the outback before going to work this morning. I'm still trying to learn how to drive. It's something the other players can do where I can only get decent scores at Happyland (the shortest course in Winnipeg)
So I'm working on one main thing, keeping the nose down. One tip a friend told me, is to hold the disc like your going to shake someone's hand. This is a particular handshake where your fingers are pointing towards the ground. Keeping the thumb down helps keep the nose down. When the disc flies on a plane, it can go much farther.
I'm also focusing on my follow-through. Yesterday morning, I threw a shot that caused a sharp pain in my right hip. I've been dealing with hip pain for many years now and throwing a RHBH (Right hand back hand) throw can cause the pain to flair up. I need to remember to follow through with the throw so the brakes of my body aren't put down on my hip. It's important to have a pain-less throw so I can practice 100+ drives in a day.