Ron & Loot work a Jam in a Flash sequence requested by a Disc Dog Jamming Class member. It is not very impressive, many Flash Jams are not impressive, but there is usually a lesson in there… Plenty of lessons to be had here in this seque
Taz performs the flip for the disc but does not seem to care about the catch. Here are some simple tricks to try to get him dialed in and catching flips.
The flip and catch are working great. Nice gainer flip for a well established target. Catching Blu on your hip nicely. Looks comfy…but your throw needs a bit of work.
There are many ways that we can work multiple flips. The most common way is to do it directly in front of the handler. flip, flip, flip, flip… Boring! Here are a couple of patterns to do with your multiple flips.
Removing the Wait and going on to full speed. Be sure that you have a good history of Through… Wait… Flip before you move on to Live Speed.
Here is a ridiculous flipping dog. I just happened to be sitting at the right place at the right time to capture Donna Schoech & Bug in this monstrous flipping sequence.
Here are a few techniques and some good concepts for teaching a flip. Flipping is an art and with some dogs, it is not easy. Experimentation and setting achievable criteria is a must.
Because there are millions of ways that dogs can land, smooth movement out of landings is probably the…
Flip to Dog Catch is a sweet move that is often much easier than it seems. Here’s a quick breakdown of one approach…
Here’s Leilani and I creating a new move in 2005. Behold the elusive Reverse Hoop!