Tag: Vaults and Overs
Vault Placement and Timing with attention given to the dog’s positional relationship to the handler. A stride and a half…
Cuing the Direction you want the dog to go and the place where the disc will be caught instead of drawing attention to the obstacle. It’s a big deal.
Linear Vault descriptions: Catch and Carry and Stretch to Catch and the pros and cons and best practices of each.
Vaulting Vocabulary and naming convention because the Disc Dog world doesn’t have any and being able to talk about discdogging…
When it comes to vaulting, lower is not always safer. The standard trajectory in vaulting is like a staircase. The dog leaps up from the ground to the vaulting platform then leaps up…
An introduction to Ballwork for Vault discrimination. Teach your dog the concepts of Linear Vaults, Reverse Vaults and Stalls – and put each on cue!
Our dogs pressure us with their movement every time we throw a vault. Their movement and timing affects the throw…
A fakie is a essentially a rebound or flyball box turn off the handler, a Reverse Vault without a throw. Fakies are great set up moves for flips and vaults and can create incredible flow.