Clock Throws Go Clock and Counter Throws Go Counter. What Does It Mean? The spin of the disc should be in the same direction as the dog’s flank. The throw should resonate with the direction that the dog is moving. This is taken from the 13 Laws of Flatwork Throws with Clockwise spins should be […]
here’s some footage from camp of a drill we developed at Pawsitive Vybe for generating the heavy Zs (lots of spin) on discs required to make them float and hover to entice your dog into jumping up there and leaping for them. This drill doesn’t have a name, but it should. I call it the […]
Here’s a quick little hit with Loot. Working on proper vault timing. Notice that the disc is in position before he has left the ground. Loot made one decision, from the ground, to go get this disc: If the disc is thrown for the vault after the dog leaves the ground he leaves the ground without […]
Cavalettis have been used to adjust horses strides for a long time. The Bent Cavaletti drill is about forcing collection and creating an angle for an interception…
Here are some basic Fidgets: the Bloom, The Fonzi & the Weightless and the tricks to the trick. Easy, Simple & fun!
Fidgets are tricks we do with the disc in our hands, kind of fidgeting around. They make you look and feel cool and are great for self confidence.
This is a very simple drill that you can use to further hone your precision and accuracy. All you need is a wall that has a pole somewhere on it
Playing catch with another human is probably the best and fastest way to improve our throwing skills. Develop a game of flowing catch. This is Learning Through Play.
There is no wrist Flick in Frisbee. At least not in the way most people understand the of flicking the wrist. The Flick in Frisbee comes not from the wrist, but from the stopping of the arm.
Most dogs jump for Frisbees because they missed. They have over pursued, ran past the target and make a last ditch effort to make the catch – they jump because they’re out of position and they’ve missed.