you should ask a coach for an example
There are six keys movements of the discus throw: wind up, move in rhythm, balance, right leg engine, orbit, and delivery. The wind up is important aspects of the throw, because its set the tone for the entire throw. The wind up is both mental and technical. It is mental because the wind up sets you up for the rest of the throw. The following are the technical aspects: flat right foot, on the ball of your left foot, keep your weight evenly distributed between your feet, and do not over do it (being overly active can result in the waste of energy). Although the wind up sets the tone for the entire throw, the rhythm of the throw is the most important aspect. It is necessary to move in rhythm through out the entire throw. The best throwers contain the same amount of time in each phase while completing a great throw. Focusing on rhythm can bring about the consistency to get in the right positions that many throwers lack. To execute a sound discus throw with solid technique,it requires perfect balance. Due to the throw being a linear movement, combined with a one and a half rotation, and an implement at the end of one arm, a good discus thrower needs to maintain balance within the circle.
The basics of disc golf are really quite simple, as it is played in much the same manner as regular golf.
Eighteen "holes" make up a disc Golf course, and each of these holes has a "par" assigned to it, depending on how difficult it is. Each hole is started by throwing your frisbee down the fairway, and each hole is finished when you throw your frisbee into the receptacle at the end. You keep track of your score the same way you do in regular golf - marking how many throws over or under par you are for each hole throughout the course.
all you need is a discus(this is like a frisbee). you need a field. you have to make the discus land near the marked area on the field
The history of the discus throw can be found in the book Historical Dictionary of Track and Field. Lessons on how to throw a discus can be found in books such as "Teach Yourself Discus Throw."
Men's discus throw debuted at the 1896 Games in Athens and women's discus throw debuted at the 1928 Games in Amsterdam.
Yes, Discus Throw is part of field event.
The women's world record for the discus throw is held by Gabriele Reinsch of Germany with a throw of 76.80 meters in 1988.73.83The
The sport of the discus throw dates back to the ancient Greeks and the first Olympics circa 776BC.
The average NFL QB's discus throw is around 230 feet (70 meters)
discus originated from warriors seeing who could throw their sheilds further
by using tape