I have thrown a cast net ever since I was in grade school. I was set in my ways. No matter what video anyone showed me, I would smile, knowing my way was effective for me. That is until last season when I ran across this way. No more twisting, screwing up my shoulder trying to get the net to spin. Using this method, I can gather the net up in my hand short enough to throw while sitting down, or standing with my elbows tucked in and never leaving my side. That is not a testimony on my being good at it by any means. It is just that easy to throw like this. Since you are not trying to spin the net, it is much easier on your body. You are basically throwing it away from your body with the rear hand, that is it. First time I showed a buddy how to throw like this, he got it to spread first try and was amazed at how much easier it was. It may not be easier for everyone, but it is enough of an improvement for me, I wanted to share. Any smaller net, 10' or under, this will work. Since you are throwing with one arm, anything larger may be too much. Of course, YMMV.