Tag Archives: How to throw the shot put

Discus Killer and Simple Concepts

This week I have schedule in the books a big project to share a lot of tips and insights. The inspiration came from what I saw this weekend at my Discus camp in So Cal…  and during virtually every throws camp I do. Today, I will touch on a few topics, and dig in more as we…

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Quick Tip Friday: Knees Apart

Is it Friday already? Man the week went by fast. Be sure to take a moment for our Veterans. My dad is Vietnam Vet and served in the early years before it got really bad. Mrs Arete’s Grandfather- who is 93 yrs young- was a Naval Officer during WW2 and sailed LST ships to the shores.   He has…

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2014 Arcadia Invitational Shot Put Win

Great Day for Arete Throw Nation Shot Putter, Dotun Ogudeji, and Coach Jorge Reyes, at the 2014 Arcadia Invitational. Dotun had a big 66 foot foul on the opening throw, fouled about a 63 footer on the second, and the pressure was on.  He simply needed to take an easy throw to make the final.…

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Shot Put Delivery

Year-Round Shot-Putter And Discus-Thrower

Fall Training tips for the the shot put and discus throw One of the key things Arete Throws Nation focuses on when an athlete is going to focus exclusively on being a shot-putter, discus-thrower, and you’re training for the shot and the disc, is to understand what you’re supposed to do at what time of…

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