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Is there any way to improve your aim when throwing?

I try and practice whenever I can but every now and then the aim is way off.Any answers:DSoftball.

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Practice makes perfect. I mean I suck at aiming when throwing, but with a blow gun I can shoot anything (except a star or a planet of course :) ) I don't think there really is a way just working the form of throwing if you mean a baseball or football. :)
Good luck
Hope I helped :)

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Thanks and yes you helped.:D
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Depends what ball you are use. But look at where your arm is once you throw the ball keep you arm at the spot u threw. The arm should be straight out in front of you where you left off Dont let the ball go when you hand is still up in the air and make sure your eyes are directly on the spot you want to target. Aim with your arm

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Thanks tons, Softball is what I use,I should add that :/
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If we r talking about baseball then it is normal, it happens to me too.... Just try to aim at the others chest every time

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Thanks i'll keep working on it:)
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Well only one problem with that if it his him he walks :/ I have that Problem...
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Throw differently and see what way is the most accurate write down so you don't forget of best out of 50

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Good idea, i'll try that soon too. Thanks.
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3 main factors that go into throwing accuracy (mainly football and baseball). First is being coached on the ideal throwing form and motion (body position, release points, etc...). Second is constant repetition and practice ( no brainer). And finally, and most importantly, having God given talent and ability. Some people are simply born more skilled than others. But good training and hard work can sometimes overcome a lazy person with a lot of talent.

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practice throwing at a bucket.. that is what my coaches make us do at practice

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Make one bucket with respect to throwing distance and set on wall.
And after moer practises you get result for your throwing distance calculation with propertional to your energy.

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Spaka

focus

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Spaka is right.....FOCUS!! see and feel the target, then let your mind do what it is suposed to.....control your movements.

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This problem is very interesting, but this also depends on what ball to play, very difficult problem! http://www.jordanchaussures.com

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Bigger ball, bigger target

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Ummmmmmm Try Archery with A Red target In The Middle And Keep Doing It

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Keep your eye on the target. Practicing the right arm motion is very important. You don't want to be twisting your arm, when your arm is cocked back ready to throw, with your first two fingers stretched over the top of the ball, the middle of those two fingers should stay lined up with the target all the way through the motion. The best possible motion has your hand moving through an arc perpendicular to the ground. Then the only thing left to figure out, (which varies according to the distance, and the force applied) is when to release the ball. But I would say work on the Line of Target first, which results in a good muscle memory for proper throwing motion, then work on getting the release point (and applied force) right for the distance. For the same distance, more force = (later release point, lower arc), less force = (earlier release point, higher arc). Throwing on the run is another story altogether. In that case you have to aim behind your target, opposite the direction you are running, and the amount of follow depends on the speed you are running, and the distance you are throwing. That comes with lots of practice. Best to Stop and be still while you throw.

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Thank you:D
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