The official weight for high school boys javelins is 800 grams.
Boys shot put 12 lbs. Girls shot put 8.8 lbs
244 feet 2 inches
8 for jr high and 6 for high school
girls will alway throw the same size discus no matter how old 1 kilogram or 2.2 pounds
Very Important The higher the discus goes the more air can get under it and it can fly better
In international competitions for men under the age of 50, the discus weighs 2 kg (4.4 pounds). Lesser weights are thrown in women's competitions and by youth and older people of both sexes.
Usually kids under 12 do not compete since the weight of the shot put varies, but in middle school with a 8 pound shot put, a great throw would be 60 feet, so 55 feet would be a decent estimate for the furthest throw by someone younger than 12 years old.
you should ask a coach for an exampleThere 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.
no. The NCAA allows individually taped fingers though, but I believe they need to be covering a cut to be ok. Tape anywhere on the hand is not allowed under US HS rules. On the wrist is fine though.
13 because in the medival times backers were charged if the loves were under a cearten weight so they used to throw in another one to put the weight up
There are light weight inflatable balls that can be used. Heavier balls like basketballs tend to cause injuries. Use an under hand throw or over head throw and avoid hitting anyone in the head. That would be a foul.
On every object on earth, earth exerts a force on it which is equal to the weight of object. When we throw a object it earth exerts force on it and it came downwards but if we throw it with escape velocity then it will not move downwards.
This is really a question you should be asking your coach. If your coach requires that you do weight training at school, then yes, you do need to do it. If you're already doing adequate weight training on your own, then he may waive this requirement, but it's also possible that he may prefer you do it under his supervision.
The phrase you are thinking of is "throw someone under the bus."
world record javelin throw under 13s