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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 plural of discus is discuses.
The discus, the object to be thrown, is a heavy lenticular disc with a diameter of 220 mm (8.66 inches) and a weight of two kilograms (4 lb 7 oz) for the men's event, and one …kg (2 lb 3 oz) for the women's, with a smaller diameter of 181 mm (7.17 inches). In U.S. high school track and field, boys typically throw a discus weighing 1.616 kg (3 lb 9 oz) and the girls throw the 1 kg (2.2 lb) women's disc.
The discus has a diameter of 220 mm (8.66 inches) and has a weight of two kilograms (4 lb 7 oz) .
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discus originated from warriors seeing who could throw their sheilds further
1 kg(2 lb 3 oz).
1 KG for pre highschool, 1.6 for high school, 2kg for college (USA) In the other countries it goes like this 1 kg for everyone younger than 14, younger juniors (15,16)… 1.5kg, Juniors (17,18) 1.75kg, 2kg all older than that.
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History has not recorded who invented the discus but the event is believed to have been begun by the ancient Greeks. The discus throw was an event of the ancient Olympic… Games of Greece held in 776 B.C. The ancient discus was made of stone, iron, bronze, or lead, and was shaped like a flying saucer. The winner of the discus throw was awarded the disc as a prize for winning the event.
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The men's world record for the discus throw is held by Jurgen Schult of Germany with a throw of 74.08 meters in 1986. The women's world record for the discus throw is hel…d by Gabriele Reinsch of Germany with a throw of 76.80 meters in 1988.