Olympic medalist and two-time world champion Reese Hoffa recently retired as perhaps the top shot putter of this century. His longevity and consistency helped him set a record with 138 competitions ever over 21 meters. Since retiring, he has focussed on building up his own throws academy. On this week's episode he joins us to discuss what helped give him such a long and successful career. In addition, we discuss transitioning to youth coaching, how to individualize technique, building athlete ownership and more. For more information on this topic, read the complete show notes at: http://www.hmmrmedia.com/2017/04/hmmr-podcast-episode-98-chalk-up-with-reese-hoffa/ Don't miss out on our upcoming seminar in London with John Kiely and Martin Bingisser on May 20. We will cover topics like generating athlete buy in and ownership, as well as a fresh perspective on periodization, planning, and performance.