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  1. Axe Throwing Techniques And {Safety|Security} Tips
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  3. Axe {throwing|tossing} is a trending {game|video game} {in the world|on the planet|worldwide} {right now|today}, and it {is full of|has plenty of|has lots of} {fun|enjoyable} and {excitement|enjoyment} for both {men and women|males and females}. {But|However} when it {comes to|concerns|pertains to} {throwing|tossing} an axe, there are {several|a number of|numerous} {techniques|methods|strategies} {involved|included}. {Also|Likewise}, your {safety|security} is {paramount|critical|vital}, and you {should|ought to|must|need to} take it {very|extremely|really} seriously.
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  5. Some {people|individuals} {think|believe} {throwing|tossing} axe is {simply|just|merely} {picking up|getting} the {wooden|wood} {handle|deal with|manage} that is {attached to|connected to} a steel blade and whipping it hard {against|versus} a board. Well, axe throwing is not this {simple|easy|basic}. There are {lots of|great deals of} {strategies|techniques|methods} and {techniques|methods|strategies} that {go into|enter into} {every single|every|each and every single} axe you {throw|toss} if you {want to|wish to} emerge victoriously.
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  7. In this {article|short article|post}, you will {learn about|find out about|discover|learn more about} {some of|a few of} the {fundamental|essential|basic} {techniques|methods|strategies} {required|needed} to {throw|toss} axe {as well as|in addition to|along with} {some of|a few of} the {safety measure|precaution} you {need|require} to {adhere to|follow|stick to|abide by|comply with}.
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  9. {Throwing|Tossing} {Distance|Range}
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  11. There are lines marked on the {floor|flooring} which {is about|has to do with} twelve to fourteen feet {away from|far from} the target, and it {denotes|signifies|represents} {a range|a variety} in which you can {throw|toss} from. {Participants|Individuals} that are {short|brief} {usually|typically|normally|generally} {throw|toss} from the {front line|cutting edge} which is twelve feet {away from|far from} the target. While {participants|individuals} that are {tall|high} play from the back line which is fourteen feet {away from|far from} the target. If you fall within the {average|typical} height {range|variety}, then you get to stand in between the {two|2} lines.
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  13. The rotation (the {motion|movement} {range|variety} {generated|produced|created} by the thrower) of a taller {person|individual} will {actually|really|in fact} be {larger|bigger} than that of {a shorter|a much shorter} {person|individual}. This {means|implies|indicates|suggests} the axe will get to its target {faster|quicker|much faster} with less rotation. The {results|outcomes} of axe throwing are under-rotation and over-rotation.
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  15. There is {a higher|a greater} {chance|possibility|opportunity} of the axe {sticking to|staying with|adhering to} the target board if the axe {rotates|turns} {just|simply} {once|when|as soon as} {before|prior to} it gets to the target. {Hence|Thus|For this reason}, taller throwers with {larger|bigger} rotations get to stand {further|additional|more} {away from|far from} the target, and {shorter|much shorter} throwers with {smaller|smaller sized} rotations get to stand closer to the target to {enable|allow} them to {rotate|turn} the axe {only|just} {once|when|as soon as}.
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  17. {Throwing|Tossing} {Stance|Position}
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  19. Every thrower {throws|tosses} from a little box which {is about|has to do with} {three|3} feet {wide|broad|large}. Your lead foot {must|should|needs to} {always|constantly} {be in|remain in} {the box|package} {before|prior to} {throwing|tossing}, while you can {place|put|position} your back foot behind or outside {the box|package}. Your front foot can be on the {front line|cutting edge} of {the box|package} {during|throughout} {a throw|a toss}, {but|however} if your foot is above the {front line|cutting edge} {during|throughout} the {throw|toss}, that {throw|toss} {won't|will not} count.
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  21. {Safety|Security}
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  23. Axe {throwing|tossing} is {very|extremely|really} safe when you {adhere to|follow|stick to|abide by|comply with} the {safety|security} {rules|guidelines} and {regulations|policies|guidelines}. Axe {throwing|tossing} {venues|locations|places} {provide|offer|supply} {players|gamers} with all the {safety|security} and {regulations|policies|guidelines} {needed|required} to {stay|remain} safe. {Safety|Security} is {very|extremely|really} {important|essential|crucial} when it {comes to|concerns|pertains to} axe {throwing|tossing}, and axe coaches {are there|exist} to {help|assist} throwers, {especially|particularly|specifically} the {amateurs|novices|beginners}.
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  25. All the axes are {inspected|examined|checked} every day and {before|prior to} {an event|an occasion} to {make sure|ensure|make certain} they {are up to|depend on} par. {Players|Gamers} are {given|provided|offered} {instructions|directions|guidelines} on how to {handle|deal with|manage} the axe by their coaches. Coaches {are there|exist} to {ensure|guarantee|make sure} that the axes are sharp and can {stick to|stay with|adhere to} the target. They {also|likewise} {ensure|guarantee|make sure} that the steel blade is well {attached to|connected to} the {wooden|wood} {handle|deal with|manage}. It is {also|likewise} {advised|recommended|encouraged} you {don't|do not} {use|utilize} any axe that is broken.
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