You have to snap it for acceleration.
Hold your index finger on the side of the rim. tuck the other fingers (not thumb) wrapping around the inside rim under the disc. Snap your wrist and throw with your arm.
backhand- hold the disc with your index finger on the rim and the rest under it. keep the disc straight and snap your wrist while putting your arm into it. forehand- put your middle finger on the rim with your index next to it and the ring and pinkie finger on the inside rim. Snap your wrist.
lol. nope. emos cut themselves. not snap rubber bands on their wrist. maybe you just have OCD.
Pull your wrist back and quickly snap it forward in the direction your throwing the Frisbee, releasing the disc about halfway through the snap.
the snap of the wrist when thrown is a forward flick and causes the forward rotation to make the ball drop dramatically
first, take the ball in your dominant hand (righty or lefty) then put your arm straight behind you. bring your elbow forward, then your wrist, aim towards your target, and let go of the ball. (make sure to snap your wrist!)
just drop the ruler
they are called "snap braclets"
Wrist shot, slap shot (clapper), snap shot and backhand
When hitting or spiking a volleyball, a player "snaps" his/her wrist in order to hit the ball harder and more downward. This is done by "breaking" the wrist immediately after the ball is hit.