Jonathan Neeley is a volunteer editor at Skyd. He plays for Truck Stop in Washington, DC, and he has coached teams and clinics all around the world. He plays pro on the DC Breeze. Neeley thinks the best place to watch an ultimate game is from the empty side of the Olympic stadium in Cali, Colombia, but if that's not an option the front cone of an endzone will do just fine.

I Used the Ultimate Athlete Project to Train in the Offseason. Here’s My Review.

by November 10, 2015, 5:28am 0

Lifting weights makes you faster, stronger, and more durable. But what if you don't know what weights to lift, how, or when? The Ultimate Athlete Project can help with that.

The Throwing Doctor

by April 17, 2015, 7:55am 0

Major League throwing nerd. It's a thing.

What Are Your Predictions for 2015?

by December 30, 2014, 9:32am 0

2014 is in the books, and we're looking forward to 2015. How will the disc in the sky keep on spinning?

2014 Mock Draft: Team Inside Breaks

by March 27, 2014, 8:00am 0

Jonathan Neeley and Joaquin Nagle are two of the most knowledgeable minds in men's ultimate today. Who did they pick and why?

Product Review: Patagonia R1 Hoody

by December 18, 2013, 10:16am 0

What if you could blend your favorite sweatshirt with a quality piece of outerwear? If you could rock that old, frayed, way-more-comfortable-than-anything-else-you-own hoody while at the same time sport something…

Skyd Fund 2014: 7 Days – Unexpected in Boulder

by November 27, 2013, 2:31pm 0

As part of our 2014 Skyd Fundraiser celebrating 3 years of Skyd, we wanted to turn the page back to look at all of the great ultimate work our awesome…

Fall Easterns Provides AC Region Preview

by November 6, 2013, 11:36am 0

This article is brought to you by Greg Vassar and the rest of the good Wilmington folks who run the Easterns tournament series. Their long-standing support of Skyd has made…

Making Moves

by October 31, 2013, 6:34am 0

When I came on board with the men’s team at George Washington University last March, we got to work picking low-hanging fruit by cleaning up sloppy dump cuts on offense…

Coaching Coaches: NexGen Partners with RISE UP

by July 11, 2013, 9:21am 0

A lot of us coach people to play ultimate, but how many of us are taught to coach? The answer to that question is going to greatly impact the development…

Who Does This? Windmill Wind-down

by June 17, 2013, 5:05am 0

“Who does this?” Mario O’Brien, a member of Windmill Windup Open frontrunner Chiniya Rada, is soaking in tournament’s final hours from the Skyd bus (yes, we were headquartered on a…