Dogs have a strong and weak side when it comes to turning and twisting – Clock or Counter – the Weak Flip is a flip to your dog’s weak side. Dog flips for Disc to Their Weak Side dog flips for a disc to their weak side – didn’t know a dog had a weak […]
Lean back and Let It Go the dog leaps up and flips off of the handler’s chest to catch a thrown disc. reverse vaults are flips off the handlers body usually named after the body part vaulted from – Reverse Chest Vault.
Getting Started or Dynamic Elevation Change An over from a kneeling position using the handler’s bent or straight leg as the over platform is a Kneeling Leg Over A kneeling over is a flexible trick that can be used for everything from teaching young dogs and basic leaping skills to performing high level athletic and […]
Backhands From Basic to Bombsquad the traditional disc throw is the Backhand. from training to performance, the Backhand, while not the sexiest throw of them all, is probably the most important. your dog should see at least 10 perfect Backhands to every crazy throw. The quest for perfect placement on the backhand throw should never […]
Blind Spinning Reverse Vault the Screw Vault is a moving reverse vault. the dog is set up behind the handler and commits to the rebound before or as the handler turns around. to execute a Reverse Chest Vault or Reverse Leg Vault.
Flipping at the Finish of the Backwards Through sometimes tricks bleed together and become something new. the Backwards Through combined with a flip creates a new skill – not quite a leap, not quite a flip The Backwards Through-n-Flip is a hybrid move. Attaching the flip attached directly to the end of the set up […]
Art of Hooking Up the staple set up move in the game of disc creates timing and teamwork hooking dog up with handler and establishing flow The dog starts from in front of the handler. goes around the handler, to the handler’s right in a clockwise fashion. The dog may move to catch in an […]
Around the World a series of throws around the handler to a circling dog, the Around the World is a foundational disc dog pattern that can and should be used for world class training and performance.
The Flank is Out to Your Left and Your Right think of the Counter Clockwise Flank like Side position at a distance. when your dog is working out on your right, facing the same direction as you, you are working the Counter Clockwise Flank.
Dog Goes Through Handler’s Legs the Through is an important set up move. it bridges the front and back of the handler, allowing for dynamic and elastic team movement