The 20 meter shuffle bound throw is great for all beginning javelin throwers or for the more advanced javelin throwers that are having trouble initiating the throw before their left foot gets on the ground. Here you can see the basic rhythm teaches the athlete to push through the right getting the left foot down quickly. We want the athlete to feel the sensation of getting the left foot down before they start pulling with the right arm.

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The 20 meter continuous carries are a simple drill but critical in the javelin approach development. The athlete needs to be comfortable carrying the javelin up above the right shoulder with minimal movement. It's important for the athlete to learn to stay relaxed in the upper body as they're running forward with their knees heels and toes up and proper sprint mechanic positions.

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This is javelin 20 meter continuous crossover is part of our basic runway approach development. We focus on keeping the shoulders back, while crossing the right foot and knee in front of the left. Focus on the impulse off the ground, pushing actively off the left through the right and back to the left again.

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