Research was conducted on a sample of (n: 120) students of the I year from the University of Sports and Physical Education. The program of explosive strength lasting three months with a frequency of two trainings per week was applied to the experimental group (subsample of 60 examinees). In addition to the three-month long program, the experimental group had hours of physical education classes of Judo, Anthropomotorics, and Athletics as school subjects, with frequency of two hours per week. Second subsample (n: 60) of examinees belonging to the control group only had the class of physical education according to the Faculty curriculum. The three-month long program of explosive strength led to radical, structural changes regarding the space in specific throwing abilities in the experimental group, while in the control group those changes are of very low intensity. The differences in effects of the experimental program and the class of physical education regarding scoring efficiency in shot put were comparatively determined. A higher level of scoring efficiency in shot put – back technique was determined in the experimental group.