felixultimate reviews the new Aria Uno disc to hit the scene. Aria website: https://ariaultimate.com/ Discraft/Wham-O vote article: http://skydmagazine.com/2014/04/vote-wham-o-discraft/ Transcript: Hey everybody, in this video I’m going to be looking at the Aria disc which has recently hit the scene, and comparing it against the classic Discraft Ultrastar, with the brand new felixultimate design. The Eurodisc […]
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Transcript: In this video I’m going to look at the Japan-USA World Championships final from 2016 – specifically the Japanese defence for one particular point. They do some interesting stuff – it’s not the very advanced switching defence they do that I’ve looked at in other videos and articles, but they do do some interesting […]
Quick analysis of a failed switch by San Francisco vs Seattle in this AUDL match from week 16, 2017.
After some heated discussions on reddit, this video compares the contrasting throwing styles between Jimmy Mickle and Frank Hugenard.
In this video from the 2017 World Games we’re going to look at how Colombia adapt their offence to effectively counter the one-to-one defence Poland play against them. Interview with Colombian coach Mauricio Moore: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yN65_cIBYy8 Transcript: During the game it became apparent that the Colombian women were winning their matchups with greater ease than the […]
Transcript: Good switch initiated with gesticulation Switched-with player showed no urgency to close down new mark. Perfect opportunity for second switch missed – two Clapham players are currently being sandwiched False positive (successful interception)
Transcript: Most notable in this video is the angle Arakawa takes when cutting deep. Conventional deep-cutting wisdom states that deep cuts should be made in a straight line aimed at the back of the end zone, in order to give the thrower the largest space to aim at, and the easiest read for the receiver. […]
Flags 2-7 players Flags is a simple game which adds training elements to a throw around. It will expose your weaknesses and challenge your strengths. Set out two markers (water bottles are good) a few yards apart, one directly downwind of the other – these mark the goal line – the windier it is, the longer […]
This weekend I won a bronze medal at the Euro Masters Club Championships in Frankfurt, playing hex with a mostly Belgian team – Moonwalkers! Tof, who captains the Belgian team Mooncatchers and with whom I played Shocker @ Paganello a few years ago, got in touch to invite me to play with what I assumed […]
Transcript: In this video I’ll look at Clapham’s intense defence which results in a turnover against Chevron at a critical point in the Tour 3 2017 Final. First look at Justin Foord on the mark, forcing away from the camera. As Ben Burak catches the disc, Foord is moving quickly to cover the break side. […]
- Review: The Aria Uno disc December 12, 2017
- Quick analysis: Japan’s defensive flash-poach November 21, 2017
- Quick Analysis: Failed switch in the AUDL September 20, 2017
- Jimmy Mickle vs Frank Huguenard – forehand mechanics comparison September 18, 2017
- Colombia WG2017 – Analysis of a Gender-Weighted Offence September 14, 2017