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Go Around is a standard Set Up Move in disc dog freestyle. It creates timing and position with movement and is the standard set up for toss and fetch. It is this standard set up for toss and fetch that dominates the movement and as a result, most Arounds resolve or release to the front of the handler at 12 o clock in clockwise fashion.

Throwing With Intent

Throwing with Intent is throwing a disc to your dog with the intent to make them look good. Throwing the disc to promote a big leap, to hit the dog in stride on the run or throwing a disc that your dog is going to flip for 10 yards away, is the sign of a mature handler.

DiscDogger Weekly #28 | The Sound of DiscDog

Episode #28 takes a bit of a detour… We’ve fallen into the Clubhouse rabbit hole. If you’re not on Clubhouse or are not aware of it, just sit tight, you’ll be familiar in no time. Clubhouse is an audio only social network – no text, no images – just voices. I started a series called “the Sound of DiscDog” and it’s only audio. This week’s episode features some video from those audio sessions. Hope you dig it… Check out this piece for the full story…

Interior Flatwork | How to Stop, Line Up & Lock In Your Disc Dog in 14 Seconds

Flatwork is the simple application of positional pressure and reward Placement. Expressing and executing that simple application to get the type of movement you want is anything but simple, but it is that easy.

DiscDogger Weekly #22 | Puppy Power and Pre-Cuing

Episode #22 Puppy Power! Wham! is the star of this show, doing some disc dog puppy Bitework. We hit on some Oppositional Feeding and talk a bit about cuing and sequencing as well. Hope you dig the show!

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