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This chapter is about the very details of a throw. You find about the distinction of knife and axe, you will find a new axe throwing style and a brand new learning method.
Logo of subtitle Learning curve
Below you will read higly abstract stuff. But how is that in real live?
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The throwers toolbox. A set of simple elements, by which the complicated throw is assembled.
Logo of subtitle Anatomy of throwing
A very detailed study of throwing. Including description of the Shuffle Wheel Style.
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This is the mental side of the technique, it is about how to steer the object into the target.
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Most things you can learn by enhancing an already known skill. Not so with knife throwing. Here is a workaround for that gap in the learning path.
Subtitle Two aiming strategies
Sometimes one does not want to hit something, but moreover exactly not hit something!

Please notice: the statements here do not come from an expert, but from a beginner. One important point with knife throwing is phantasy!
Always watch the security !


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