A Systematic Approach to Learning & Coaching the Discus

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A Systematic Approach to Learning & Coaching the Discus

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Do you want to learn a way to train discus throwers to reach their maximum potential? Then you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach Suzy Powell teaches different keys and progressions you need to get your discus throwers to throw farther. She includes things like: Phases of Discus Throws Progressions Drills Lifts On top of all of that, she even includes her best throw and a Q&A Section!1 Throw Like a Girl 1:48 2 My Career 5:32 3 Best Lifts, Sprints and Jumps 5:12 4 Coaching Influences 2:04 5 Philosophy for Training the High School Athlete 4:55 6 Adaptation 2:26 7 One of my Best Throws 4:37 8 Six Key Phases of the Discus Throw Free 2:41 9 First Double Support Phase 2:54 10 First Single Support Phase 2:12 11 Flight Phase 3:58 12 Discus High Point and Pre-Rotation of the Hip 2:43 13 Throw of Sandra Perkovic 3:00 14 Throw of Perez 1:57 15 Second Single Support Phase 3:10 16 Second Double Support Phase 1:20 17 The Delivery 3:40 18 Summary 0:44 19 Coaching Progressions 2:10 20 Drill Progressions 2:01 21 Throwing Pitfalls 1:28 22 Important Exercises for Throwers Free 1:49 23 Education and Resources 2:02 24 Q&A 17:16Suzy Powell Suzy Powell is an American discus thrower. She competed at 1996, 2000,�and�2008 Olympics�with the best result of 15th place in 2000. She holds the American record at 222 ft 0 in (67.67 m), which she set on March 14, 2007, in�Wailuku,�Maui,�Hawaii�at the "Big Wind" Discus Challenge. She set the world's best year performance in 2002, with a throw of 69.44 meters at the�University of California, San Diego�on April 27, 2002,�the best throw in the world since 1999. That throw was not ratified as the American record due to technical issues with the throwing sector. While in high school at�Thomas Downey High School�in 1994 she was named the national Girl's "High School Athlete of the Year" by�Track and Field News after setting the National High School Record in the discus at 214' 0" As a sophomore, she was on the American team at the�IAAF World Junior Championships, finishing tenth. Two years later she took home a bronze medal from the same event.�She was the 1995 Pan American Junior Championships gold medalist. She later attended UCLA. She won the 1996 and 2007 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships (1996 while winning the United States Olympic Trials (track and field). �She was the runner-up six times.

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