Jalevin throwing

Javelin throwing and vortex throwing equipment

Javelin throwing, sometimes also called javelin throwing, is a specialty of both male and female athletics. The goal is to throw as far as possible a tool with tapered lines called javelin. The athlete has a series of attempts, the best throw is considered.
Power, speed, coordination and rhythm. These are features that a good pitcher will need to consider and develop. Only by combining all these capabilities can the launch distance be maximized.
Similar to the throwing javelin, but practiced in the beginner categories of athletics, we have the vortex throw. Tool, preparatory to the javelin, with reduced dimensions usually made of synthetic material. Characterized by an aerodynamic shape composed of tail and body.
In the catalog of Artisport, you will find different models of javelin competition of different weights, and some tools for the launch of the vortex. If you do not find what you are looking for contact us for more information or request a customized quote.

Art. A626

Competition javelin gr. 400

Art. A626/1

Competition javelin gr.500

Art. A627

Competition javelin gr. 600

Art. A629

Competition javelin gr. 800

Art. A630

Aluminium javelin gr.400

Art. A631

aluminium javelin gr.600

Art. A632

Aluminium javelin gr.700

Art. A633

Aluminium javelin gr.800

Art. A634

Rubber ball weigh gr.200

Art. A635

Rubber propaedeutical ball

Art. A636

Rubber propaedeutical ball gr. 300

Art. A637

Rubber propaedeutical ball gr.400

Art. A638

Javelin throwing circle

Art. A639

Javelin stands

Art. A648

Vortex javelin

Phases and techniques for javelin launch and vortex launch

Javelin throwing is divided into two phases, the cyclic and the acyclic.
During the first phase, the athlete begins his run-up without exceeding too much with the acceleration. At this point the arm in which the javelin is held begins to relax, this action in technical jargon is called parade and from the front run, the athlete proceeds with cross steps that precede the launch. Right from this point begins the second phase, called acyclic, which consists in preparation and throwing javelin.
The second phase is generally composed of 5 or 7 supports, the lateral crossed steps lead to the preparation of the last step, called pulse step, which affects the maximum thrust that the athlete can reach in throwing javelin. After this transaction, the final launch phase begins. The leg and the arm on the throwing side begin to position themselves, the other leg, prop leg, stretches out and then stops a few meters before the end of the pan to allow recovery after the throwing of the javelin.

The launch of the vortex instead is much simpler, for this it is practiced mainly by guys who want to start approaching with the launch disciplines. The launch of the vortex can be carried out by stops or with a lateral run-up on crossed feet. The platform used is the same that is used in the javelin. The winner is the longest throw.

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