There’s nothing like a good jam; playing with friends searching for the next big moment. It demands focus on the here and now so that all the worries of life fade away.
Of course not all jams reach the same heights. Something as simple as the number of people can make or break the experience. Too many and the jam can feel slow. Too few and it’s easy to get tired. How many people is ideal for a single disc in a jam? This poll allows up to 3 answers so you can give a range.
After you answer, share on of your favorite jams in the comments.
The feeling of seeing Freestyle Frisbee for the First Time, unless you’re a 10 year old version of Jake.
I remember the first time I saw Freestyle Frisbee. I was 10. It was school assembly day. No class, yes! Why are we outside? Oh, so these guys can show us some frisbee tricks. What are those things on their nails? I’ll never be caught dead with those on.
Though I didn’t instantly connect with it, from then on I knew what Freestyle Frisbee was. The next time I saw it, nearly 10 years later, I had context for what was going on, which made it seem approachable.
It’s impossible to become a Freestyle Frisbee player without being introduced to it in some way. So, let’s find out what has been the most effective method of introduction so far.
How were you first introduced to Freestyle Frisbee?
Please share your stories in the comments below.
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Freestyle Frisbee competitions rarely have a large audience and they usually consist of friends and family. Responses to our podcast interview with the Beast have left me wondering how people feel about that. This Poll asks a simple question: Are you satisfied with the number of audience members at Freestyle Frisbee Competitions?
Voting is anonymous. If you’d like to share why you voted the way you did, please leave a note in the comments.