If you are one of those individuals that are looking to enhance your Frisbee abilities, this video series is perfect for you. Steve Blank shows you how to do a variety of throws and catches. He shows you traditional Frisbee throws.
Brad Keller demonstrates how to catch a flying disc. You should start by doing the alligator catch. You can practice catching by setting yourself up.
Brad Keller demonstrates how to throw a flying disc. The key is that whoever has the most fun wins. You need to throw the disc flat other wise you will miss your target.
Freestyle Frisbee is sport and performing art in which athletes utilize several different flying disc throwing maneuvers using a Frisbee. Learn to perform several throws and tricks in freestyle Frisbee from a freestyle Frisbee champion in this free video series.
This video illustrates the right way to throw a Frisbee. It is important to understand the arm movements. The natural way to throw a Frisbee is by swinging the arm in an arc, but that isn't the most efficient motion to use for throwing. Swinging in an arc and trying to throw in a straight line doesn't work for high level Ultimate throwing.
Are you ready to take your Frisbee throwing to new heights? Learn how to do freestyle Frisbee nail delays and sets from a world champion in this free sports video series.
This video series will teach you tips, ideas and techniques on how to catch and throw a disc in fun unique ways as well as the rules and regulations of disc golf. It will explain the history of the disc and how the throw has evolved over the years and, as a bonus, instructions on how to play disc football and it's rules.
In this how-to video, you will learn how to throw a frisbee golf disc. There are two types of throws: backhands and forehands. The back hand is thrown with the thumb on the top of the disc and the fingers grabbing the interior rim. The palm rests on the outside rim. Follow through from one foot the other. A forehand throw is thrown with the thumb on the top of the disc and the middle finger against the rim. Right hand throws should have there right foot back and rock forward on release. Two o...
This is a demonstration of how to throw the frisbee the correct way.The idea of frisbee developed in a college campus in 1920 where students use to throw empty pie tins after eating the pie made by Frisbee Pie Company.Frisbees are available in the retail market for about $3.00.The convex side of the frisbee has ribs and edge is rounded.The frisbee is held in the palm with the thumb on top,over the ribbed portion,the index finger is kept along the edge and rest three fingers below into the con...
Kevin Cook shows how to throw a frisbee the right way, and the steps are as follows. First, you have to know how to stand. If you are right-handed, you pivot in your left and step on your right. If you are left-handed, you pivot on the right and step on the left. The first throw he taught is the Backhand. You come into a stance. Place your fingers to wrap around the disk. Step out right foot, then release the disk with a slight flick. The second throw was the Flick. Place the index finger and...
In this how-to video, you will learn how to use a forehand grip with a frisbee. This is important if you want better, more powerful throws with a frisbee. Many people use the running man grip, and others say place the two fingers on the interior of the rim. Place the thumb on top. If you can hold the frisbee like this, you will have much more control of it. The frisbee will be parallel to your forearm, allowing you to throw the frisbee with your full arm. This gives you more power and flexibi...
Knowing proper stretches, forehand and backhand throws will take a player's freestyle Frisbee to new heights? Learn how to do forehand and backhand freestyle Frisbee throws from a world champion in this free sports video series.
Frisbee tricks and techniques such as brushes are good for freestyle Frisbee and Ultimate Frisbee. Learn Frisbee brushes in this free video series on Frisbee tricks and techniques featuring a world champion freestyle Frisbee player.
In this how-to video series, learn how to play disc golf from expert disc golfer C.R. Willey. C.R. will teach you what you need to know to get started playing disc golf, with tips such as what equipment you need, what accessories are good to buy for playing disc golf, and how to play with proper disc golf etiquette.
Patrick Kitten discusses different disc types for beginning disk golfers in this series of videos. Part 1 of 11 - How to Play disc golf as a beginner.
In this how-to video series, learn how to play Ultimate Frisbee from Ultimate Frisbee player David Gelber. David will teach the rules of Ultimate Frisbee, what equipment you need to play Ultimate Frisbee, how to throw a Frisbee with a backhand throw, how to throw a Frisbee with a flick throw.
Brad Keller explains some flying disc tricks. First, you have to know how to throw and catch the disc. You can also learn how to spin the disc.
In this video series, watch as professional Guts Frisbee player Ryan Scott teaches how to play Guts Frisbee. Learn the history of Guts Frisbee, the rules of the game, defense strategies, how to play different positions for guts frisbee, and learn different grips and throws like: the fish hook, the steaker, the California power throw, the back hand, the forehand, the flipper and the thumper.
In this video series, learn how to play disc golf. Justin Lentz shows you some tips and techniques to improve your disc throwing abilities. Justin talks about the history of disc golf, and he gives you some pointers for finding disc golf courses. Justin also shows you a variety of throws and tosses. So, what are you waiting for? Start learning how to play disc golf today!
We've said it before and we'll say it again: Practice makes perfect. Even when it comes to the improbable art of long-distance parotta throwing. If there were an Olympic gold medal for doughy discus throw, this South Indian chef would surely take it.
In this how-to video, you will learn how to throw a frisbee in a comedic fashion. Many frisbees come in different weights, although this should not matter too much as these frisbees are usually made of light weight plastics. First, hold the disc and set them completely under the frisbee with the thumb at the side. Use your index and point it. Now, place the index finger so it is on the rim. Now, hold the frisbee in a chicken wing fashion. Once this is done, toss it to wherever you want to. Yo...
Freestyle Frisbee exhibits many trick catches and throws, taking competitions to the world stage. Learn how to catch a Frisbee from a freestyle world champion in this free Frisbee video.
Canadian expert shows how to throw Frisbee. Starting with the basic backhand and then progressing to an underhand throw and the hammer throw.