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EA Coaching Hammer Using an Involving Style

In this episode in our "How to coach" series, UKA Loughborough Performance Centre Director Derek Evely demonstrates how coaches can use an involving style to coach the hammer throw. Be sure to check back for more updates to this series every week.

Other parts in the series:

EA Coaching Shot Using an Involving Style

EA Coaching Pole Vault Using an Involving Style

EA Coaching Middle Distance Using an Involving Style

EA Coaching The Sprints Using an Involving Style

EA Coaching Javelin Using an Involving Style

  • Uploaded: 03.12.2009
  • Duration: 00:04:04
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  1. Posted by Murray Grant on 18/12/2009 at 05:14 PM

    last week I used video resource by just clicking.
    Today 17 dec 09, I get ” required plugin not installed”
    Nowhere can I find a clue as to what this is.
    Also, I seem to be asked for username & password, Clicking “forgotten” & giving my e-mail address when asked, prompts “not recognised”. Murray grant

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