Release has many meanings in disc. Throws and throw variations can be referred to as releases. Sometimes you talk about the dog releasing something, the toy, or the environment, as in to stop pursuing it or giving it up. How tricks finish and move after the finish is the Release.
Release and Resolution of the Trick
At Pawsitive Vybe when it comes to disc dog freestyle, the Release is how the dog or team resolves a trick or Set Up Moves are tricks that are used to establish timing and position in disc dog freestyle. Traditional tricks include: Around, Through, Backwards Through, and Scoot, but any or all of your tricks,... More in terms of position and movement. If the dog releases down field after the An Around, or a Go Around is the traditional disc dog set up move. The dog goes around the handler’s body in a clockwise or counter clockwise fashion allowing dog and handler to... More, it means he has left the handler. The dog releases clockwise after the catch, perhaps, or releases towards the handler after a flip. Vaults have strong Releases.
- Throw Variations
- To voluntarily give up
- How the dog moves after a trick or set up move
This is the finish of a A Hoop is an Over or Vault that travels through a hoop made from your arms or body. A Hoop expresses great teamwork and connection between dog and handler. Most Hoops are done... More. The trick releases to the clockwise flank behind the handler. Ron will simply look left, over his shoulder and Epic will be running towards the light pole, looking at the handler after landing.