Matt saw a video on you tube and was inspired to try this. First, right side up. That seems impossible to me. But for Matt it was too easy so he went again, this time with the disc upside down. If that’s not Hein, I don’t know what is!
When showing your disc skills to non-disc players, it never hurts to throw in a few tricks.
Matt, Daniel, and Jake infiltrate an abandoned building in search of heinous frisbee tricks! Filmed in 1.5 hours edited by Matt. It’s a work of art.
This took place after one of the jam days at Frisbeer Cup 2010. It was a magical night. Ideas were flowing, new moves were being created and everone bonded over the love for and magic of the disc. This is the freestyle I live for.
Check out Ryan’s freestyle frisbee youtube channel.http://www.youtube.com/user/TheFreestyleFrisbee.
Just a quick video of the Jam in Prague with the Super Pro as it tours Europe. Want more? Check out the Super Pro’s tour.
The Portland, OR Freestyle Frisbee team does a half time show for the Portland State University Vikings basket ball team.
I don’t know what this move is called, but it sure is fun. Ever seen it before?
Ever feel like a dog hoping for table scraps as you hover around your friends while they pull off hein moves? Well, sometimes it pays off.
How much fun is this? Great wind and awesome vibe by the Seattle-lites! And to think that Freestyle Worlds will be returning to the Emerald City (here) in August 2010! (Sorry to Mike Galloupe for forgetting his name in the closing credits). – LD
Picture it; The Beach Styler’s 2009 freestyle frisbee competition is over. Hours remain before flying home. Only one challenge remains to be conquered…the pier. Jeff, Ryan, Neil, and Jake try a little beach urban freestyle frisbee in San Diego, California