Brush (aka MAC)

In today’s blog, we have a video from Matt Bilderback, explaining the mechanics of a brush.  A brush is when the disc is touched by the player after it is in the air.

A brush is also called a MAC (Midair Attitude Correction), so you may hear it referred to by either term.

Brushes are used in freestyle routines to add some showmanship, and to increase the difficulty level of the throw.  A well executed brush can add a lot to the visual appeal of a routine!

Thanks for the video, Matt!


101 Plus Throws

Today we have just a quick post with some inspiration for you! Below is a video made by Lawrence Frederick several years ago. Even though the video has been out for a few years, it’s a fantastic showcase of the many ways you can add creative throws to your freestyle routine! Sit back & enjoy the creativity! Continue reading

10 Hidden Strengths of a Disc Dog by Ron Watson

Today’s blog was written by a guest author, the legendary Ron Watson! Ron is very well known in the Disc Dog world.  He puts on camps and seminars throughout the world, and runs online courses to teach others how to play.  Ron emphasizes the importance of foundation in all of his training.  For more, see the links at the end of the article. Thanks Ron! Continue reading