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Kansas Track and Field Clinic . Discus Bonnie Welty nwwelty@smsd.org. Topics. Males and Females Left Handed Athletes The Back of the Ring. ALWAYS REMEMBER . How your thrower starts in the back of the ring is how they are going to end up in the front of the Ring!. Girls VS. Boys.

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kansas track and field clinic

Kansas Track and Field Clinic

Discus

Bonnie Welty

nwwelty@smsd.org

topics
Topics
  • Males and Females
  • Left Handed Athletes
  • The Back of the Ring
always remember
ALWAYS REMEMBER
  • How your thrower starts in the back of the ring is how they are going to end up in the front of the Ring!
girls vs boys
Girls VS. Boys
  • Though we teach the same technique for both girls and boys, they need different guidance.
  • Exception for every rule.
similarities but different
Similarities, but Different
  • Positive reinforcement
  • Encouragement
  • Understanding
  • Motivation
  • Physical
holding the discus
Holding the Discus
  • Smaller hands
  • May have to move to the front of the discus.
  • Index and middle finger closer together.
  • Thumb pressure is key.
lefties
Lefties
  • Make conscious effort to go through correct motions.
  • Use the correct terminology for your left handed athletes.
360 spins
360 Spins
  • We do 360 spins every day.
  • Have students turn both directions.
  • Put all of weight on turning foot.
  • Slow and Controlled
360 spins with discus in hand
360 spins with Discus in Hand
  • Have athletes spin both directions.
  • Have them continually raise their arm to get them comfortable with it
back half spins
Back half spins
  • Start in the back of the ring
  • Swing foot to middle
  • Stop and evaluate the beginning.
back half spins1
Back half spins
  • After there is a comfort level in doing half spins then swing foot back to starting position.
three touch drill
Three Touch Drill
  • Works on getting foot to swing out.
  • Allows for athletes to get more time in the back of the ring.
  • Helps athlete to hit the middle of the ring.
always remember1
ALWAYS REMEMBER
  • How your thrower starts in the back of the ring is how they are going to end up in the front of the Ring!