hucking and pulling
TO FOLLOW ALONG WITH PLAYERS AS THEY DESCRIBE AND EXECUTE THE PROCESS OF HOW TO THROW HUCKS AND HOW TO PULL A DISC, PLEASE WATCH THE FOLLOWING VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nm5EKpRQoQc (hucking is covered at the beginning of the video, pulling begins at 1 minute and 25 seconds).
The grip is the same as a regular backhand; you must emphasize a tight grip on the disc in order for this throw to obtain maximum power. With regards to your body, you want to wind up extensively to fully engage your core. You will end up pulling your dominant arm further back than usual, and swing through using a pendulum like motion. To allow for such a rotation, rather than stepping completely out sideways, try stepping forward at a 45 degree angle relative to your pivot foot. Finally, when throwing a huck, you want to put some kind of curve on the disc (using an inside-out or outside-in emphasis) in order for your receiver to be able to locate and run onto the disc. In the video, Lauren can be seen hucking with an inside-out emphasis on the disc.
Improper form when pulling can lead to extensive injuries as it requires a lot of muscle movement and power. Therefore, instead of attempting to explain the process through words on paper and hoping the execution is correct, I encourage you to watch the video above in which Laura Prelsnick Aargon (LP) explains and shows proper form and execution of a pull.