Tag Archives: Throwing Skills

Loose Wrists Flick Discs – The Trick to Floating Discs

Loose Wrists Flick Discs – The Trick to Floating Discs


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here’s some footage from camp of a drill we developed at Pawsitive Vybe for generating the heavy Zs (lots of spin) on discs required to make them float and hover to entice your dog into jumping up there and leaping for them. This drill doesn’t have a name, but it should. I call it the […]

Throwing Discs for Distance in 4 Steps

Throwing Discs for Distance in 4 Steps


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Distance throwing is a highly complex skill. The entire body is in action and must work in concert: the feet set up the hips, the hips move the arm, the torso follows and pushes the hips, the arm catches up and the hips power through, then the torso/arm/hips finish. It is not a simple mechanical […]

Airbounce

Airbounce

The key to throwing the Airbounce is to have a perfectly clean release at the simplest expression of the throw. If you can’t perform the throw at it’s essence, how in the world are you going to master it and be able to master it when the power, speed and physics of a serious Airbounce multiply the difficulty?

The PVybe 2 Step

The PVybe 2 Step


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Once you are more than comfortable with the 4 steps you can go ahead and get started working the actual throwing technique. Break the throw down in to two steps: 1-2 Start with one, making sure the disc is perfectly in line with the arm and that the disc reaches back in that channel while […]