- A frisbee trick the involves allowing a disc in flight to travel under the leg without touching the disc. For a leg over to be “official” either another player must touch the disc after the leg over or the player performing the leg over must perform an additional restriction before touching the disc. An example of the former is a leg over to someone else’s catch. An example of the latter would be a leg over behind the back catch. A leg over is not to be confused with an under the leg trick in which the disc travels under the leg and is then touched by the same player with no other restriction. For example an under the leg catch or under the leg set are not technically leg overs.
Word of the Day – Leg Over
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