The 2007 NTCA Throws Handbook provides a wealth of information for coaches who want to help their throwers perform at their best. The 34 articles included in this book represent some of the best and brightest minds in the track and field community. The compilation of articles in this book addresses a comprehensive array of topics, ranging from both essential coaching guidelines and specific technical instruction in the five throws events to basic information on sports physiology and biomechanics. Collectively, the articles are designed to help coaches and athletes at all competitive levels. Featuring articles by several of America’s most outstanding coaches and sport scientists, including Gary Aldrich, Duncan Atwood, Mike Boyle, Jeanmarie R. Burke, Jeff Chakouian, Joe Donahue, Bonnie Edmonson, Matt Ellis, Jim Giroux, Mark Harsha, Larry W. Judge, Rob Lasorsa, Chad Moreau, Steve Myrland, Joe Napoli, James A. Peterson, Tom Pukstys, Robb Rogers, Mohamad Saatara, Al Schoterman, Paul E. Turner, Bruce Van Horne, and Mike Young. Produced in cooperation with the National Throws Coaches Association (NTCA).
Format: Book / 178 pages
Author: James A. Peterson (Writer and Lecturer)
Second Author: Rob Lasorsa (National Throws Coaches Association (NTCA))