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Lightning Manipulation

This is a lightning technique that allows the user to take force lightning into a higher degree by making it sharper (much like pressurized water). It is different than normal lightning in a sense that it is controlled instead of letting it run wild, increasing its speed and making it much deadlier and bendable by it’s user. 70 more words

Skills And Techniques

The physics of flight paths

In my ongoing experiment to see how technical I can make these posts without people getting annoyed, this is a new frontier. Not for the faint-hearted today! 1,655 more words


Give - and go where? (Part 2)

Last time out, we left you with this question:

Dylan Freechild throws the reset almost directly backwards, and sets off at around 45° for the give go – which makes his… 821 more words


Give - and go where?

This one is really simple – and really intuitive for most players after a while (though, inevitably, I include my usual overcomplicated analysis). But if you’re just starting out as a handler and you still have to consciously think about your next move, it might just help you to run those give-gos quicker and better. 937 more words


Knife Skills Part 1

Today, we are going to talk about developing basic knife skills.  Learning to handle a chef’s knife correctly is one of the most important techniques for any cook. 606 more words

Skills And Techniques

Release points

Where do you want to let go of the disc when you throw?

There are two somewhat different answers to that, I think. The first is to dispute the validity of the question and say there is… 1,225 more words


Are you turning too far?

A recent piece on Brady’s excellent Pulled Disc site talks about the problem of the ‘standing-up follow through’. That inability to maintain posture throughout the whole throw will, as he rightly says, contribute strongly to inconsistency. 631 more words