Tag Archives: Shot Put/Discus coaching

Shot Put and Discus Fall/Winter Training: What You Should Be Doing Now

One of the key things Arete Throws Nation focuses on when an athlete is going to focus exclusively on being a shot-putter, or a discus-thrower, is to understand what you’re supposed to do at what time of year.   If you throw, throw, throw and constantly throw, there’s clearly a lot of benefit to that, but there’s…

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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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Throwing Kiss of Death

Well the election is over, and perhaps it’s my age, or that I was hyper focused on the issues that are important to me, but I’m exhausted. A lot of people thrilled, while many others are frustrated at the results…. I zeroed in on the people who are frustrated because it is the #1 emotion…

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