What’s up everybody,



Happy Friday. Got a great post for all of you today.



xOjavaOx posted a great question on one of my YouTube videos about landing in the power position.



One of my athletes is having this problem right now. This question couldn’t have come at a better time.



When you explode out of the starting position in the back of the shot put circle and land in the power position, should your feet hit the ground at the same time?



The answer might surprise you. Yes and No. Check out the video below to learn more.




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One Response to Proper Shot Put Footwork

  • Jerad Block says:

    Hey Coach Matt,

    First, awesome videos….they have been a huge help for my guys this season.

    My question is, I have a couple of athletes that really struggle getting that right leg underneath them in the glide. I know that the A Frame drill can help with that, but it isn’t clicking for them yet. Do you know any other good drills to help drive that home?

    Jerad Block

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