Ryan Young shows us another easy combo to practice. This combo is a good one in that it included consecutive moves of multiple skills.
Set the disc flat under your right leg, then tip it under your left leg. Then pull it under your left leg and do a rim set to a piccolo catch. If you can do this one, make a variation and post a video of yourself doing it…link in the comments below.
Think you’ve got some freestyle skill? Watch Ryan pull out this impressive combo and the post a video response. Here’s the combo, so you can go practice:
Steep clock throw to an Eagle Spotter to a behind the back turnover to a flat set, somersault to an under the leg catch.
Ryan Young demonstrate and easy combo or series of moves that you can try to master.
Right hand delay – Right under leg – Left under the leg – Behind the back pull – Chest roll
Matt Gauthier explains how to perform a sequence he calls the Hal Delay. This starts as a kneeling delay hold. Then the disc is set up flat and you switch hands and legs and return to a delay hold. This is a challenging trick because it involves both hands in restricted positions. It is also consecutive in that each delay hold is performed with out any unrestricted disc control.
Matt calls this the Hal Delay as a tribute to Hal Erickson, the first person Matt and I saw perform this sequence. Perhaps Hal or someone else has a different name for it.