Want to be a Ninja?

Want to be that player with every throw in the book? The one who never gets tired, never gets injured, and never needs a sub (but takes one because that’s being a good teammate)?

Are you looking for the ultimate set of athletic skills: skills like unparallelled foot speed, spider-man like situational awareness, and acrobat level`aerial agility? DO you also want and killer throws?

In short, do you want to become a dangerous, stealthy, unstoppable Ultimate Frisbee Ninja?

Becoming an Ultimate Ninja isn’t easy, but with a little hard work and some intensely focused practice, bridging the gap between Ultimate Noob and Ultimate Hero the process can be broken down into a series of steps, each with its own action points and training regimen. The Big Three Action Points of Ultimate are 1) Running, 2) Catching, and 3) Throwing, and of the three, throwing is easily the most important, and most sought after as a skill. So, how hard could it be to throw this dinky little piece of plastic, anyway?. Countless BBQ-ers and beach-goers have been doing it for decades now, right?

Imagine with me for a moment: It’s game time. You’ve found some pick-up or joined a league and you’re strapped up with cleats, a fly jersey, and your favorite rainbow arm-sleeves. You’re ready to rock. You finally get that sweet, sweet frisbee in your hands, and suddenly…..

Chaos around you, all your teammates are running around frantically, there’s a guy (or girl) yelling numbers in your face while attempting to stop your throws. Things are, quite possibly, disorganized a.f. You can’t seem to find an open player and the person marking you is bouncing around like an excited Energizer Bunny, making your life incredibly difficult. Chances are this chaotic confusion is about to lead to a turnover. YOU are about to get hand-blocked, throw a turf-bomb(it’s exactly what it sounds like) or maybe even get stalled.

Have you been there? Did it suck? Who am I kidding, of COURSE it sucked. But what if I told you I could teach you the skills you need to never be stuck in that situation ever again? What if I told you that I’ve developed a fun, intuitive, and thorough program for player growth and by practicing these techniques for 30 minutes a day (or less) you can become an ultimate frisbee ninja?

That situation earlier, that in-game fiasco, we’ve all been there. I’m here to make sure you learn from those experiences, rather than be confused or frustrated by them.

Being a confident, capable thrower will be the key factor in your offensive success and probably the main contributing factor as to whether or not you have any fun. Not being able to throw can be embarrassing and frustrating. Being able to throw, however, might be one of the most satisfying experiences of your life.

At the least, it will be a heck of a lot more fun!

If you’re ready to begin the journey, then stay tuned. I’ll be providing a steady stream of programs, “How-To”s, guides, and Ultimate Ninja Training that will mold you into a confident and capable disc-slinging machine in no time!

© March 2019 Fisher IT