The Discus is a moment in which the thrower does some spin stuff and then launches the disk across a long distance. The discus has many factors in which effect the throw of it. The first being momentum. During the spinning part, momentum is built up and then the disk is released. In the air the disk cuts through the air because of its aerodynamic shape. Also the spin is a very important part of its flight. The faster its spins, the more stable it becomes. It is very important for it to remain stable because the more stable it is, the longer flight time and more distance you achieve. With all these factors in mind, explosive release, and perfect from will result in a great discus throw.