Well, the end is almost here! Up in Illinois, the end is today! Down here though, our end is next week.
So with that in mind, I'll give you a tip now instead of later like I normally do. :)
Don't throw the Frisbee from an unusual stance! :)
This one is almost a no-brainer... But I've found myself breaking this one a lot because I think I have a good shot that I could miss.
This scenario happens whenever someone catches the Frisbee on a dive, or if they trip, or just trying to stop running! In GA, I've probably thrown about 4 passes from my knees - 1 was blocked, 2 were thrown into the ground, and only 1 made it where I wanted it to go. Usually it pays off to take the extra time to get up off the ground and stand up to make a throw. Unless you only have 3 seconds left on the clock...
But I've even broken this rule when I'm not on the ground! *Explanation coming up* One time we played when it was wet and slippery out... And I caught the Frisbee on a short throw as I was running across the field, so far so good, but then I saw someone open downfield and decided to take my shot - before setting myself into a stable position! Well, I threw the Frisbee... And I didn't even get to see where it went! The force of the bomb had thrown me to the ground - something that the rain had something to do with - and consequently into a puddle! :) I was uncomfortable all the way to the end of the game, plus something could very well have happened to me - Like a twisted ankle or whiplash from hitting the ground.
So there you have it... Make sure you're in a good position to throw the Frisbee before you do throw it! And whatever you do - DON'T HURT YOURSELF!