5 Posts That Will Help You Teach Shot Put

Links to 5 Posts That Will Help You Teach a Basic Standing Shot Put

Below are some ideas that I’ve developed over the years to help teach a basic standing shot put technique to beginners.

These ideas can be used when coaching or teaching class-sized groups, small groups, and individuals.

The Grip

Use Ice Cream to Help Young Athletes Learn the Shot Put Grip

Learn a fun analogy that will help you teach the shot put grip to beginners.

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The Starting Position of the Shot

Shot Put: How to Lock It In Right From The Start

Read about how to explain where the shot should sit against the neck prior to delivery.

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The Putting Action

The “Shot Put Slam” Drill for Young Athletes

This is my favourite drill for teaching the shot putting arm action.

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The Body Rotation

How to Teach Young Throwers to Drive Their Hips To The Front

Here I discuss a good coaching cue for teaching young athletes to drive their hips through to the front.

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“Putting” It All Together

Games That Young Athletes Love: Shot Put Asteroids

Shot Put Asteroids is a team game during which young athletes score team points according to where their shot lands.

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Shot Put Hoop 2

I would love to know if any of these ideas work for you!

Let me know by leaving a reply/comment or by using the contact details below. I would also love to hear if you can add any further ideas to those that are presented above.

20150614_154020-1Darren Wensor is a sports development professional, coach educator, specialist coach of young athletes and founder of the blog coachingyoungathletes.com. Learn more about him here and connect with him on TwitterFacebookLinkedin or via email.

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