Gut Pass by Brummie
This can be a difficult throw to execute as there's little margin of error for the thrower, but it is ideal in small areas such as in the endzone
Place two marker cones approximately 15-20m apart; change the distance to most closely resemble how your team plays.
After B catches the disc, they jog to the back of the opposite queue; in this example, standing behind C
A will then be the next cutter, running directly towards E for the next pass
- B runs directly towards A, who throws a short pass aiming for the receiver's gut
Brummie says:If you only have one disc, simply have the catcher throw the disc to the next thrower in the sequence; for example, B cuts for a gut pass from A, then turns to throw to E. B then clears into the stack behind C. A then cuts for a gut pass from E, turns and throws to C, and so on.