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Old 05-12-2014, 01:38 PM
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Tips on training a reverse chest vault?

Circus will do the rebound off my chest but I'm not sure what's the next step and how to teach her to catch a disc while rebounding (and I'm not even sure what angle to throw the disc).

I've tried to watch videos on YouTube (including Pvybe) but it's all happening so fast I can't really tell what's going on.
I break it down in this video at about 1:30. Start with takes before moving to the actual throw, you see that in the video as well. Put a LOT of spin on that throw and make sure to practice it independent of your dog first. The draw of the disc across your body is necessary for showing the dog where to hit, I show that too.

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Old 05-12-2014, 01:47 PM
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Time to go through this thread! Planning to do some disc with future puppy; but never was one much into it before (agility has always been kind of my thing )! So have to get my learn on!
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Old 05-12-2014, 02:53 PM
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I break it down in this video at about 1:30. Start with takes before moving to the actual throw, you see that in the video as well. Put a LOT of spin on that throw and make sure to practice it independent of your dog first. The draw of the disc across your body is necessary for showing the dog where to hit, I show that too.
I haven't seen that video of yours yet, thank you so much for sharing! SO HELPFUL! For a trick like this, how many times a week is safe to practice?
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Old 05-12-2014, 03:01 PM
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I haven't seen that video of yours yet, thank you so much for sharing! SO HELPFUL! For a trick like this, how many times a week is safe to practice?
Not really the number of times per week I look at, but rather how many reps in a session and what flooring you are on. I only do maybe 4 or 5 reps then move to something that's not so hard impact.

Also, iI have a lot of unlisted videos done because someone asked for help on something and generally it's just easier to video it than attempt to describe it. So, ya. Always ask and I bet I have a video done already!
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I got a couple shots of Cohen playing disc last night. I'm really happy with this one. Loot at them pearly whites.

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Old 05-24-2014, 09:23 AM
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Here's another shot from the same session. I'm loving that it looks like spring is finally here. Winter was a real doozy this year.

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Old 06-22-2014, 06:34 PM
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Zuma and Zinga killed it at a USDDN Qualifier yesterday placing first and second in freestyle. This secures my spot for world's, just need to choose which dog to play! Zuma also qualified for toss and fetch.
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Old 06-23-2014, 08:48 AM
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Zuma and Zinga killed it at a USDDN Qualifier yesterday placing first and second in freestyle. This secures my spot for world's, just need to choose which dog to play! Zuma also qualified for toss and fetch.
Wow. Good on you! That's amazing. It's crazy how well you've done in disc. You can't play with both dogs? Is it just too much to handle?

Good luck at Worlds!
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Old 06-23-2014, 11:41 AM
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Wow. Good on you! That's amazing. It's crazy how well you've done in disc. You can't play with both dogs? Is it just too much to handle?

Good luck at Worlds!
USDDN qualifies by the handler, some since I qualified with two dogs, I have to choose which to play at world's. It's a rule that is specific to this venue to allow more handlers to participate. I really like the rule to be honest!
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Digging this thread up, because I might have found some discs in my dog drawer, and might have started both the Tollers on stuff yesterday and today... ehehehe, "might" And it's a pain to hunt through six pages of threads to find it again when I have questions.

Pilot is just on rollers, plus a little 2disc and tugging work like it was any other toy, but Marsh is learning around and drop it and has done a few takes. I can tell he's out of shape because he isn't as willing to jump as he usually is. I played Ultimate in high school and college, so my throwing is pretty decent. Once Marsh has around on cue I think he'll improve very fast, right now I have to lure him around so much that I can't get the roller out ahead of him enough and he's bodily tackling it, lol.

I do have a question, what is the difference between a vault, a reverse vault, and a rebound? OH wait maybe I just figured it out, is a reverse vault and a rebound just the same thing?
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