In this one minute video, world champion Jake Gauthier takes us through three variations on under the leg brushing. We usually only see the under the leg airbrush where the hand meets the disc as it flies under the leg, but there are two other really fun options.
Cuffing is an essential part of a strong wind game. It’s also a fun way to play with disc angle and a skill people can learn early in their freestyle experience. In this video, Jake Gauthier demonstrates how to cuff:
Check out the alternate version of this video, filmed on smartphone technology instead of Jake’s fancy video camera.
I’ve been trying to pull off a scarecrow and am finding it really hard. It’s really fustrating. I’ve been setting it up flat from a left hand delay and then trying to catch it with my right. Usually it hits my hand but i just cant do it! Any tips or advice would be great.
hello everybody. in the last few days i have been trying to pull a flamingitis. i can catch it perfectly but i only have problem with pulling it. can someone please help me? i need every little detail
The Whiz Ring is a great training tool to learn and improve your Airbrush and Bodyrolls. It’s a small plastic ring, that floats beautifully in a light breeze with almost no spin. Because it is so light, you don’t hurt yourself when learning to brush.