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Rules of discus throwing: Competitors may touch the inner area of the circle rim but cannot touch the outer area of the circle. Until the disc hits the ground, he or she cannot exit from the area. The entire disc thrown from an enclosed area for the safety of the bystanders, so this rules should be strictly followed.
Discus technique: In the discus throw, proper footwork is imperative to generate the speed necessary for a tough throw. Throwers must start by performing standing-throw drills prior to attempting full throws. The non-throwing hand must be beneath the disc to support and the throwing hands top knuckle must touch the rim with fingertips over the side. With your feet wider than the shoulder width and stand back of the ring and waist slightly bent.
Hold at a height from the left shoulder swing it back to the right shoulder level. It can be repeated to establish a rhythm. Rotate clockwise and as far back as you can. Non-throwing should face the opposite side of your throwing arm. Keep your throwing hand as far as possible from your body possibly throw out the throw. Your weight must be on right foot and your left heel must be on the ground, this technique is mandatory here
Rotating shoulders in the direction of the throw, you shift your weight to the left foot and swing it around the left, by picking your right foot up. Spin around the ball of your left foot as you spin in the direction of the center of the ring. Before right foot lands in the center of the ring, push off with your left foot and continue to pivot towards the front of the ring. Swinging the left leg towards the front of the ring.