Totally Epic New Disc Dog Freestyle Moves

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Jakie Back Vault and Front Side Japanese Dog Catch

A Jakie Back Vault is the first trick. That is a vault off the back with a disc caught on the way up to the handler, on the front side and a disc caught off the body on the backside.

The second trick is a Frontside Japanese Dog Catch. These two tricks are historical holy grail type tricks for many players.

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When the dog leaves the handler for a catch, that tends to create a line. When the dog is away from the handler and moves across the field to make a catch, as in a Zig Zag or Around the World, that tends to create a Shape.

Epic’s Clever Set Up Moves | Volume 1 Part I | Scoots & Fakies

Disc Dog freestyle sequences have a starting position, often it is Front Position – dog standing in front of the handler. Set Up Moves are ways of getting set up in time and space. They get the team into position and in time.
Most players have a go-to Set Up Move, or 3, but it is important to have a variety of entries into the positions that start sequences to keep things interesting and to display and enhance flow.
In this epic video there are 13 different set up moves, some are fairly standard, and some are pretty clever. Below we’ll name and define them and talk about usage and pros and cons.

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