The last few times I took Doug's class he's drawn my attention to my posture at the end of a throw.
This is something I've been working on, but I haven't been making much progress. I'm sure it's something that will either get better slowly, or else it will improve when I make some dramatic discovery. Either way is fine with me as long as I can improve it.
Posture is something that some people have naturally right. The rest of us just have to work at it. It would certainly take some pressure off my knees, which is also badly needed.
I particularly have a problem with keeping my feet aligned with my knees and keeping my weight on my back foot in the throw.
Oh, well. At least I'm aware of the problem. The first step, right?
Last year, my mantra was "relax and get lower." I think this year I'm going to modify that to "relax and get lower with good posture." I can see this lengthening more and more as the years go by...