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.
4 keys to the Screw Vault:
- stable starting position
- verbal commitment on reboundA Reverse Vault is a vault in which the dog flips off the handler’s body. The Reverse Vault, aka Rebound, can be done off of any part of the body, and the part More
- turn with your toes
- try a cookie foundation
Create a Stable Starting Position Behind Handler
the Screw Vault requires a very stable wait and proper position behind the handler. without that stable position and wait the skill is extremely hard to time.
This skill is made much easier and far more simple if the the dog and handler have a stable and predictable position and wait behind the handler. Working behind the handler is not a common thing for disc dogs and is going to be the greatest stumbling block towards adding this super cool vault to your bag of tricks.
Commitment to Verbal Cue on Rebound is Key
because the Screw Vault is a blind skill, verbal cuing is extremely important. your dog needs to be absolutely committed to the verbal cue in order to start the skill with no vaulting platform.
Jumping up into a flipping position on the handler’s body requires a good deal of commitment. Doing the same on a soon to appear moving vaulting platform? That’s a whole other level. TakeA Take is a cued Bite that replicates the placement and timing of a throw. Usually used with overs, vaults, and flips, the Take is a powerful teaching tool for creating habitual leaping More this skill slowly. Break it up into three distinct pieces – the wait, the turn, and the vault. Your verbal cue is should be working and your dog should be well aware of the skill they are going to be doing before your start to make the movement fluid.
Turn Your Toes First and Turn them Far
as you are preparing to spin around to hit the position, think about turning your toes out and towards your dog. get the foot planted facing your dog early. step and turn to that position quickly and efficiently.
Your first movement should be your with your toes. Turn your toes out in the direction you are going to spinSpins and Twists are tricks where the dog spins 360 degrees in a clockwise or counter clockwise fashion. Spin is clockwise and Twist is counter clockwise so it is important to have a More to hit your vaulting platform position. Try to point them at the dog, you probably won’t get there, but the further you get with your toes the less you have to twistSpins and Twists are tricks where the dog spins 360 degrees in a clockwise or counter clockwise fashion. Spin is clockwise and Twist is counter clockwise so it is important to have a More and bend with your body and the faster you are going to get to the vaulting position.
This is similar to the turning of your heel in the Yachi VaultThe dog uses the player´s body as a launching pad to jump for a disc. A Vault is a leaping catch from the handler’s body. The dog leaves the ground for the target More.
Work the Skill with Cookies at Half Speed
using cookies to work this skill, just like Ballwork, is a great idea. half the intensity and half the speed. cookies can be used to get sensible work.