when i a thrower,and when i coached throwers on the hs/colleg level, the basic lifting program was thesame. the accessory lifts and the drills varied some for event specific. basic strength and explosiveness carryover to all the throws. you might want to ask ct what he would rcommend for the football players and bobsled atheltes since he said they are similar to shot putters.
take that plan for your strenght and explosiveness and then add your jav specific drills.
there are lots of other places to look for info also, but, in my humble opinion, if you are getting back into it, i would use whatever CT suggests to the letter. it will build strength and explosiveness. then incorporate your throwing and drills etc. if you overdo whatever CT tells you because of whatever reason, you will probably injure yourself. the jav is an extremely violent event. you see world class throwers that look like coatracks, or gymnasts, or even shotputters, or wrestlers.
when i was 30 i threw in an open event, i did ok i guess, i hit 185 wit the new jav, BUT, on 1 throw, i tore my meniscus and my ACL.
hope this helps some