Paul Kenny shares his tip for better cuffing. Its simple, if you touch the disc while it’s on the way up you can use less pressure to change the angle. Thus you lose less spin.
In the video I demonstrate how to cuff a frisbee. Cuffing is when the angle of a disc in flight is changed by letting the thin side of the rim slide on your hand. It is a great tool to keep a disc in proper relation to the wind direction when air brushing, but it can also be a cool trick by itself. Think of a frisbee passing by that you cuff so it air bounces to your friend.
To learn more about freestyle frisbee, check out my website: www.heinsville.com or check out the Freestyle Player’s Association: www.freestyledisc.org.
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