Tag Archives: catching

On One-Handed Catches

You’re going to catch a disc that’s flying quickly past you to your right. It’s a stretch, and definitely will be one handed. Which hand are you going to use? You might imagine that it’s simply the nearest hand; that … Continue reading

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Hucking: First thoughts

I started writing a post about different styles of hucks – into space or into hands, flat or curved, break or open, stalling or lasered or bladey etc. – not advocating for any particular style, but rather discussing the advantages … Continue reading

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High discs: One hand or two?

When you’re jumping for a high disc, how should you aim to take it? First let’s look at some of the advantages of both one- and two-handed high catches. One-hand grabs have the obvious advantage that you can reach an … Continue reading

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