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Past Articles in Offense

  1. Tuesday Tips: Riding The Motion Of Offense, Presented By Spin Ultimate

    Understanding what allows an offense to flow rather than become stagnant is key to offensive efficiency.

  2. Principles & Mechanics Of The Fast Break

    It's one of the easiest ways to catch an opponent off-guard, so what and how should you practice to become an effective fast-break team?

  3. WUGC Team USA Orlando Tryouts: Offensive Highlights

    Some of these throws tho...

  4. The Playbook For Underdogs: Take Risks For A Better Chance At The Upset

    Upsets in ultimate are rare. But the underdog can increase their chances with these strategies.

  5. Photo Of The Day: Zone Diagramming Love Note

    This popped up over on the ultimate subreddit with the caption ‘finally found a boyfriend who leaves useful goodbye notes:’

  6. Top 5 Men’s Offenses Heading Into Nationals

    Which offensive lines in the Mens division scare their opponents the most?

  7. Tuesday Tips: How To Lay Out

    Photo: Kevin Leclaire — UltiPhotos.com One of the most unique, exciting aspects of ultimate is how a disc floats in the air, creating many more…

  8. Here Is The Best Ruleset For Ultimate: Fouling Out, Stall Clock, And No More Picks

    I watch a lot of ultimate: college, club, AUDL, MLU, you name it. I’ve decided on what I think is the optimal ruleset for ultimate,…

  9. How To Beat Force Middle: Designing The Right Practice, Presented By Flik

    A sample practice plan to work on playing offense against a force middle.

  10. Don’t Be An Optimist, Be A Realist: On Adaptability In Ultimate

    It's not enough to be optimistic; you have to be realistic to win games.

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