What you’ll need:
• A Frisbee (any kind will do, but for the purpose of this how-to, I will use a common, hard plastic Frisbee that’s about 10 inches in diameter)
• A wide, open area, clear of breakables and unaware people (outside is the ideal place)
Step 1: Preparing to Throw
Step 2: Preparing to Throw
Step 3: Gripping the Frisbee
a. Rest your palm on the rim of the Frisbee.
b. Grip the top of the Frisbee with your thumb.
c. Rest your index (pointer) finger along the outside rim of the Frisbee.
d. Grip the underside of the Frisbee with your three remaining fingers.
Note: It is important to keep a relaxed grip on the Frisbee. This will improve your throw.
Step 4: Aiming the Frisbee
Note: Make sure that you are standing with your body straight and not twisted.
Step 5: Aiming the Frisbee
Note: Your index finger that is on the rim of the Frisbee should be pointing in the direction of your target. If it is, you’re in good shape.
Step 6: Aiming the Frisbee
Step 7: Aiming the Frisbee
Step 8: Aiming the Frisbee
Step 9: Throwing the Frisbee
Important! read step 10 completely before following it.
Step 10: Throwing the Frisbee
a. Release the Frisbee when your arm is fully extended and your index finger is pointed in the direction of your target.
b. Keep your arm there for a moment after you release the Frisbee. This is called “following-through.”
Note: It is fine if your body twists in the follow-through.
Step 11: Throwing the Frisbee
Step 12: Advice for Improving Your Throw
• As you get more comfortable with throwing, try putting more of your body into it for farther throws.
• This is a great leisure activity and a fun sport, so relax and enjoy it!