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June 7-10.  We are looking first for donations, coming in a separate email to all members, and then a schedule (currently all open studio hours June 7-10, beginning daily at 9:00).  Sale expected to open the morning of June 7, 9:00 am--best time to come! I'll put the list of desirable donations below the studio hours.

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During these times the studio is closed, except for the Lunchroom, where you may work.
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Throwing Large: Secrets Revealed

Throwing Large: Secrets Revealed ===

Throwing large is an art form that requires greater strength, power, and precision than any other form of throwing. Whether you’re a discus thrower, shot-putter, or hammer thrower, throwing large requires a unique set of skills that takes years of practice to master. However, with the right tips and tricks, you can unlock your potential and unleash the beast within. Here are some secrets to throwing large that will take your performance to the next level.

Unleashing the Beast: Throwing Large

Throwing large requires a combination of strength, speed, and power. It’s an explosive event that demands raw physical strength and stamina. To throw large, you need to be able to generate a large amount of force and transfer it into the implement. This means that you need to have a good grip, footwork, and technique.

From Small to Mighty: Tips and Tricks

The key to throwing large is to start small and work your way up. This means that you need to focus on building your strength, speed, and technique over time. One of the best ways to do this is to focus on your footwork. You need to have a solid base when you throw, so work on your balance, stability, and coordination. Next, focus on your grip. You need to have a strong grip on the implement, so practice holding it for extended periods of time.

Building Momentum: Finding Your Rhythm

Throwing large requires rhythm and momentum. You need to be able to build up speed and energy throughout the event, so focus on your timing and tempo. Find a rhythm that works for you and stick to it. This will help you build up momentum and generate more power.

Power and Precision: Perfecting Your Technique

Throwing large is all about technique. You need to have a good grasp of the fundamentals to be successful. This means that you need to work on your release, your arm angle, and your follow-through. Work on perfecting your technique over time, and don’t be afraid to seek out advice from experienced throwers.

Mind Over Matter: Overcoming Mental Blocks

Throwing large is as much a mental game as it is a physical one. You need to be able to stay focused and confident under pressure. This means that you need to work on your mental toughness and resilience. Visualize yourself throwing large and focus on positive self-talk to build up your confidence.

Breaking Records: Celebrating Your Success

When you finally break through your personal best and set a new record, it’s time to celebrate your success. Take a moment to savor your achievement and reflect on how far you’ve come. But don’t rest on your laurels. Use your success as motivation to keep pushing yourself further and reach even greater heights.

Throwing Large: Secrets Revealed ===

Throwing large is a challenging and rewarding sport that requires dedication, hard work, and perseverance. With the right tips and tricks, you can unlock your potential and become a successful thrower. Remember to start small, focus on your technique, build up momentum, and stay mentally tough. And don’t forget to celebrate your success when you achieve your goals. Happy throwing!

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