Cutting: The Basics and Beyond

 

The score is 16-16 in the final of the championship game. You’re trying to ignore the gnawing nervousness and the hum of the crowd as you see the opposing team’s pull go up. Automated movements carry your legs forward as your teammate stops the roll and the opposition charges towards...

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My Favorite Move: One-Arm Carry

 

The One-Arm Carry is an awesome exercise to improve your ultimate performance! It improves your reactive core strength, which increases your ability to change directions quickly, decreases knee/low back stress and corrects core imbalances that can lead to underperformance and injury. A few cues...

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Throwing Progressions for Game Situations

 

Overview, Intro and Context

Reading patterns, making it instinct

Being a great thrower is mainly about 2 things, decision making and technical ability. One comes before the other, and that's where we're starting. We're going to create a mental framework for recognizing patterns, for how and when...

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Stories and Tips from Coaches Around the World

coaching urca Feb 27, 2018

In preparation for this year's URCA Conference, we asked some of our presenters two questions:

1. What was your happiest coaching moment, or what makes coaching worth your time and effort?

2. What's a quick tip for new coaches, or the most important thing to keep in mind while coaching?

Christie...

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My Favorite Move: The Push Press

 

The Push Press is one of our favorite movements to use in training ultimate players! When done correctly, it helps athletes develop core stability and full-body coordination in an overhead position. That competency is key for maintaining good position in the air when going up for a disc...

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28 Days of Food, Frisbee, and Feminism

Uncategorized Feb 06, 2018

Join the conversation on Facebook!

28 Days of Food, Frisbee, and Feminism is an initiative started in 2017 by Tiina Booth, Zara Cadoux, Chip Chang, and Tulsa Douglas. They saw that the ultimate community was ripe and open for conversations about gender equity, racial diversity, and feminism and...

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Film Analysis - Doing It the Right Way

coaching urca Jan 16, 2018

Keith Raynor has become a staple at our URCA conferences and it’s always such a pleasure to take part in his presentations. We at Ulty Results are always trying to make the most of our off-season and Keith’s presentation on Film Analysis is a very effective way to wait out the winter...

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Optimizing Food—12 Challenges in One Year

Why You Should Optimize Your Diet for Your Body

It’s been nearly 6 months since completing my year-long set of food challenges. I had no idea it would be such a journey.

It’s one thing to hear about the various diets and eating habits: gluten-free, dairy-free, whole foods, ketogenic,...

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Top 5 Ulty Results Blog Posts of 2017

I hope your New Year is starting off well!

If not, here are our top five blog posts of 2017 to help you out.

These are our most viewed and shared posts of 2017 plus an honorable mention.

5. Five Favorite Functional Strength Moves

In Five Favorite Functional Strength Moves we look at several...

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When to Leave Your Goals Behind

 

I sat down with mental strength coach, Anna Rogacki to chat about New Year's resolutions, goal setting and her upcoming module in The Ultimate Skills Project.

Anna explains why she finds the topic of goal setting a little bit boring. Instead she prefers the important work of what happens between...

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