An illustrated look at the mechanics of the Flank in disc dog freestyle and flatwork.
Laurent and Gypsie have been working Disc Quan Do in the Digital Dojo. For the last week, we’ve been hanging out in the Dojo in the mornings chatting about their work. It’s been a lot of fun. Below is their Yellow Belt Challenge Test, a video featuring all of the White Belt Forms. Team Gypsie passed the Belt Challenge Test and are now Yellow Belts in Disc Quan Do.
Create Leap on Lift with a Low High Trigger Jump and Pedestal (spot) 7 yards apart Dog Waits on Pedestal Verbal Over Cue Read Dog Low High Take or Throw to Trigger Leap Repeat Tips: Create desire for the Pedestal. Use a Low-High take. Usage: Develop timing of the Low High Trigger for a running […]
Rigler Drill Catch with Dueling Vault Tosses Partner up, 1-1.5 yards apart Simultaneously throw vault tosses (Low High/Horizontal Hover) to partner One goes high, one low No “Pitching” Repeat Tips: The throw must go up and down, pitching is forward at the person. Both throws go straight up and down. The person throwing low leads.
40 Yard High Stakes Catch Line up 40 yards apart or max distance with a disc Player 1 gives physical around cue and delivers disc Player 2 reads throw for catch, gives around physical cue + throw and makes catch of Player 1’s throw Same leader 5x then switch Usage: Simulate performance pressure on the […]
Disc Dog Radio #4 | XTrain: Dock Jumping | July, 26 2007 – Cross training discussion with Tony from Splash Dogs.
Disc Dog Radio: Open Discussion | 7/19/2007 Show #3 of Disc Dog Radio hosted by Ron Watson of Pawsitive Vybe.
Ron Watson and Apryl Lea talk disc dogs with 2 time world champion and disc dog show legend, Lou Mack.
Ron Watson & Apryl Lea hangout and chat with Bryan Lamky & Ron Ellis, a couple of disc dog legends on Disc Dog Radio. And the phones were pretty live as well. Hope you enjoy.
Success in this game is much more about the things you do between the tricks, the little things that are not tricks at all and are often hidden are far more important, than the tricks themselves. If your stuff between the tricks, your set up, position, flatwork and team movement are off your trick will be hard to pull off or fall flat before it happens.