Take Your Axe Throwing Game To The Next Level
Getting a new axe can be a huge game changer when you are looking to bring your axe throwing game to the next level. In this section we describe the standard starting axes and then show you some other options and explain why they might be a good fit for you. For a more in depth description of some great NATF regulation axes check out our Top 5 Axes Under $50 video!
Getting Your Own Big Axe
Getting your own big axe is needed if you are trying to compete with some of the top throwers in the NATF. Having your own axe to practice with and get used to is the only way you will get more accurate with your big axe!
Major Throw Adjustments
Mike goes in depth as to what kind of throw adjustments you can make to improve your accuracy.
Simplifying Your Throw
Mike shows you how to cut some of the complexity out of your throw and make it much easier to get consistant with your bullseyes.
Mastering The Clutch
Figuring out how to hit the clutch consistantly is a huge part of taking your game to the next level. Mike explains what steps you should take to improve your clutch chances and to feel more confident when you need to go for it.
Weight Change From Big Axe To Standard
When switching back to your standard axe after throwing big axe it can throw off your next throw due to the difference in weight. Thanks to some friends in Canada we have a way for you to fix this issue!
Big Axe Clutch
Being able to hit a clutch with your big axe can be a game winning move once you get to the highest levels of competition. While it is risky with some serious practice you can master this advanced technique.
Don't Get In Your Head
One of the biggest downfalls for throwers is when they get in their own head. Staying in the moment and not worrying about your last throw or what your opponent is doing is the only way to compete at high levels.