An Easy & Practical Approach to Teaching the Glide Shot Put

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An Easy & Practical Approach to Teaching the Glide Shot Put

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All Proceeds Are Donated to the Lazarus House Homeless Shelter Coach Jim Aikens runs us through his process when training a new athlete in the skills required for the Shot Put. In this talk, he specifically is speaking in reference to the Glide Shot Put Technique. Cpoach Aikens will go through the complete process in teaching the glide technique to any athlete. He uses a simple and effective progression that will have athletes throwing with the glide technique in one session. Coach Aikens also goes over more advanced drills for the glide that can be used to improve more experinced throwers. He also goes over some faults and corrections for the glide shot putter.1 Introduction to the Glide Shot Put 3:25 2 Video Review of popular shot put techniques 9:52 3 The Similarities between the best shot put models 1:58 4 1,2,3 Power Drill 3:16 5 Wall Glide Drill 1 2:30 6 Wall Glide Drill 2 Free 0:58 7 2 Handed Glide Drill 1:40 8 1 Handed Chair Glide Drill Free 0:54 9 Glide to Stop and Check Drill Free 1:18 10 Glide with No Stop Drill Free 1:33 11 Setup Back of the Ring Drill 1:48 12 T-Position Drill 0:00 13 Gather Drill 1:14 14 Double Glides Drill 0:00 15 Storl Step Back Drill 2:55 16 Left and Right Leg -A- Drill 0:00 17 Mini Glide Drill 0:00 18 Under Pole Glides 0:00 19 Banded Glides 0:00 20 Banded Stay Back Glides 0:00 21 Shot Put Pole Glides 0:00 22 Left and Right Leg Banded Glides 0:00 23 Are there characteristics that you look for when deciding to make an athlete a glider or rotator 0:00 24 As the thrower releases do you teach them switching feet 0:00 25 At What age do you suggest to teach the glide 0:00 26 Can you go over the different types of Starts 0:00 27 Have you ever used a light ankle weight for your banded drills 0:00 28 Have you looked at the Difference Between Women and Men Gliders 0:00 29 How do you determine Start position with your gliders 0:00 30 How Far is Too Far when throwing your left arm 0:00 31 How many throws do you take depending on time of year 0:00 32 If your athlete is a baseball pitcher is it okay to use their throwing arm 0:00 33 Left and Right Leg Timing 0:00 34 Typical Volume of Throws Per Week for Indoor Season 0:00 35 What drills should you be doing to work on getting your chest up 0:00Jim Aikens | Head Coach |�William Fremd High School Jim Aikens has been coaching the throws since 1984. He has been the head coach at William Fremd High School in Palatine, Illinois since 1990. During this time Jim�s throwers have medaled at national competitions, won four state championships, and 20 other state medals. Jim's throwers have also won numerous sectional and conference championships. Jim has had 5 throwers toss the shot 60 feet or better. Jim has earned his USA Track & Field Level 1 and Level 2 certification.� In 2014 Jim was chosen as one of the eight finalists for the National High School Coaches Association coach of the year. He has also served as President for the Illinois Track and Cross-Country Coaches Association and is a member of their Hall of Fame. Jim is currently the Illinois representative for the National Throws Coaches Association. In the past 15 years Jim�s teams have won seven conference championships, six sectional championships, and four top 8 finishes at the Illinois state meet. Coach Aikens has published several articles and videos about the Throws and training for the throws and is a much sought after speaking clinician.

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