In this video, I introduce my trainer, Curtis Howden, and we talk about how I’m training for disc sports competitions with a specific focus on getting more power in my throw. We’re starting by mobilizing my thoracic spine and by… Read More »Getting More Power in Your Throw
Similar to Project 2, but 6 examples from the Brute / Capitals finals of 2010 Philly Fusion. This one shows the plays from ground level from both end zones.
Michael Lawler (former Brute Squad coach) has created a series of videos analyzing footage from the past couple of years and utilizing them as teaching moments. In this video, he analyzes 13 or so long throws from the Brute / Riot… Read More »Long Throw Analysis – Ultimate Project #2
Handling in a zone can be intimidating, especially if you’re an inexperienced handler. The best way to get more comfortable handling in a zone is to get experience playing against a zone – which comes with playing tournaments. There are… Read More »5 Tips for Handling in a Zone
Ultimate Rob and ATP Personal Training & Bootcamps are excited to announce that they are going to be joining forces for a series of Ultimate Frisbee Bootcamps beginning in May in Calgary, Alberta. Beginning May 1, we will be running a… Read More »Ultimate Rob Bootcamp – Calgary, AB
This video, posted with permission by Colin McIntyre, discusses how to get more distance on a backhand. Note 2: Some people struggle bringing the disc back against their forearm. I grip the disc with my off hand when I do… Read More »Throwing Backhands for Power: Video Clinic
This is a great drill for the beginning of practice since it gets everyone working on all of the basics – throwing, catching, cutting and marking. You can also set goals in this drill (i.e. 10 completed throws in a… Read More »Drills: Bread and Butter (Stack and Cut)
I talk about 4 key points to focus on when marking: 1. Using your arms 2. Moving your feet 3. Being aware with your eyes 4. Understanding the force If you have any questions, let me know.