Over the years I have noticed that I have been doing things to now have a spinner type release. I used to have my track fairly close to my fingers and thumb,but now it is much much lower! I used to be pretty good on oily conditions and weaker on dryer conditions but with this spinner type release I have flipped the conditions.
What are some drills and tips to get back under the ball and roll it rather than spin it? I am looking for drills that I can spend a hole practice session or more working on to get back to normal by winter season.
Thanks for any and all opinions.
This post I'm beginning to know too well. I've likely done it for a while, but I'm throwing more or less a spinner most of the time or at least a low track, very low. The ball hooks pretty well, but it doesn't carry very well much of the time.
I think I'm going to try and reduce my backswing as much as I can and do my best to keep my hand behind the ball and my hand under the ball. I have the Mongoose Optimum wrist device and that may help me or provide some training for my hand and wrist for the time being.
Any one out that who's dealt with this issue and solved it? I'm thinking that the so-call muscle memory that may be at work as I think I'm rolling the ball properly, but then it's not getting into a good roll...