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Welcome to the Javelin Laboratory!

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 The Jav Lab

Just Fly Sports is happy to announce the creation of a specialized workshop known as The Javelin Laboratory.  “The Jav Lab” (for short) will serve as a no nonsense resource for all things javelin.  Here we will cover everything from the basics of javelin to the advanced.  Whether you are a coach or an athlete, the Jav Lab will be a great resource of articles, videos, and illustrations to further advance your knowledge and abilities.

Some of the topics we will cover:

  • Basics
  • Flexibility/ Injury Prevention
  • Technique/ Drills
  • Psychology
  • Nutrition
  • Strength and Conditioning

Why Javelin?

At the core of javelin training you will find a large amount of sprinting and jumping.  Pair javelin specific articles with the great training information found on the rest of Just Fly Sports, and what you get is the ultimate javelin throw resource.

I’m throwing new articles on as often as possible, so if what you are looking for is not here yet keep checking back!

About J. Clark

Clark is a throws coach and strength coach based out of Orlando, Florida. He is a multi-sport athlete, and in college competed predominantly in the javelin throw. Starting his coaching career in the fall of 2011, Clark has helped his athletes break multiple records, and set personal bests both in competition and the weight room. Aside from coaching, he also specializes in graphic design and sport photography, composing the graphics and functionality of Just Fly Sports. Clark’s future plans include pursuing sports performance certifications as well as a further understanding the implementation and impact of sport psychology.


  1. Does coach Clark give lessons ?

  2. Hello Kevin, I do offer training and analysis sessions. Send me an email at jclark.mktg@gmail.com with more detail on what you are looking for, and I’ll let you know how I can help. Thanks.

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