A Teacher Perspective on the Throws

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Human performance is a combination of science and art. �Teaching performance requires knowledge and intuition.Mac Wilkins delivers both science and art well seasoned with over 40 years of coaching experience to go with his�athletic experience as an Olympic Gold & Silver�Medalist, Four Time World Record Holder, and Eight Time U.S. National Champion.My passion is sharing my passion for learning about the throws."Learning is Growth.Growth is Life.No Learning, No Life.What did You Learn Today?"Everyday I leave the training site I ask myself, "What did I learn today?"That answer determines my satisfaction with the day.Mac's philosophy of teaching is heavily influenced by his collegiate coach at the University of Oregon,�Bill Bowerman."Question Authority",�Always ask, "What is best for the athlete".Over time, the best athletes gradually takes more�responsibility for their development. �The teacher becomes more of a mentor/counselor.This video sets the foundation for Mac's view on the technique and training keys in the other programs here on CoachTube.Understand Mac's perspective and it will help you with the technical concepts that follow.1 A Teacher's Perspective 17:52Mac Wilkins�is an�American Olympic�athlete�who was once the best discus and shot put thrower in the world.� Mac Wilkins the Coach�� In�Eight Years�from 2006 through 2013 Wilkins coached the throws at Concordia University, in Portland, OR.�His throwers won 26 individual National Championships and earned 94 All-American honors.� In August 2013, Wilkins left Concordia University to coach for the USATF at the US Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista California.� He has contributed as a part time coach or consultant to the following throwers: �2012-�Krishna�Poonia, India��������#6�London Olympics� �2010-�Krishna�Poonia, India��������Commonwealth Champion, W-DT� �2010- Jason Y���USA� � � � � � � � �#1 US M-DT, Olympian� �2009- Dani S, Australia� � � � � � ��World�Champion W-DT� �2008- Stephanie T���USA� � � � � ��Olympic�Champion W-DT� �2008 �Annie Hess,�Concordia U.��Longest�US College W-DT�at�any level in 2008, � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �(3�years from�45m, 147� to�58.69m, 192')� �2001-�Adam S���USA� � � � � � � � �#5 World Championships� �2000- Adam S���USA� � � � � � � � �#5 Sydney Olympics�M-DT*1996 - Adam S � USA � � � � � � � � �Finalist Atlanta Olympic Games*1988 '92 '96 � ��Ramon Jimenez Gaona � � � � �Paraguay � Olympian &�Pac-10 Champion*1976 '80 � � � � �Lynne Winbigler Anderson � � �USA � � � � ��Olympian & National Champion �� Mac Wilkins the Thrower�� Olympic Gold Medal 1976 Olympic Silver Medal 1984 Olympic 5th place 1988 Four Times World Record Holder Eight Times US National Champion in the Discus Ranked #1 in the World in 1976 and 1980 in the discus. US National Champion 1977 Indoor Shot Put -�69� 1.5�, 21.06m At the University of Oregon he threw the javelin 78.44m, 257' 8" as a 19 year old freshman.�� As a senior he was NCAA Champion and won the first of his eight US titles.�� All Time Life Records... Discus 70.98m 232' 10" ��Shot Put�21.06m�69� 1.5� ��Javelin 78.44m 257' 4"���Hammer 63.88m�208� 10�. May 1, 1976, he broke the World�s Record on his first three consecutive attempts at 69.80m, 70.24m, and 70.86m.

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