Get the best offensive line drills and techniques for the run game, all packed into one star-studded video.
- Gain proven techniques and insights from some of the best offensive line coaches in the game
- Learn essential drills and techniques for effectively blocking run game schemes
- Get precise techniques fine tuning and creating productive offensive linemen
Championship Productions has compiled all the best run game concepts for offensive linemen into one video delivering the ultimate tool kit for your offensive line. Whether your linemen are in the development phase or just need a refresher, this collection of high level drills will provide quality instruction and reps.
Every lineman needs great first step technique to create explosion and power. The coaches in this video teach those initial steps and share drills for executing them properly and getting to the right spot off the snap. After development of the first step, you'll see drills that focus on executing different steps from various stances.You'll also learn how to teach athletes to play through double teams, down blocks, reach blocks, pulls, skip pulls and short pulls. By conquering defensive stunts, your linemen will open up more holes for your backs to get up the field.
If you're looking to fine-tune your line this season, look no further than this compilation of the best offensive line skills and drills ever assembled. Whether you're coaching youth players or even a collegiate team, you'll find something in this video to help your run blocking.
Featuring Steve Greatwood, Brian Hughes, Dan Roushar, Ed Thomas and Ed Warinner.
|2||1st Step 01:28|
|3||Fire Off the Ball 01:25|
|4||1st Step, Deliver Blow 02:37|
|5||Step & Run 03:48|
|6||Fitting Into the Block 02:15|
|7||4-Step Sprint Off Ball 02:10|
|8||6-Point Stance Explosion 04:55|
|9||Lead Step Left Full Progression 01:41|
|10||Flat Steps Full Progression Both Feet 04:21|
|11||45 Degree Step 04:14|
|12||Drop Steps Full Progression Both Feet 02:00|
|13||Punch Drill Progression for Each Step 02:42|
|14||Fit & Run 02:08|
|15||5-Man Chute 02:39|
|16||Breaking the Stalemate 03:12|
|17||Half Man Double 01:20|
|18||Double Team1 06:05|
|19||Covered/Uncovered Drill 03:07|
|20||Down Block Finish 02:31|
|21||Down Block Drill 03:20|
|22||Block Back 01:50|
|23||Reverse Head & Shoulder (Down) Block 03:37|
|24||Cut Off Technique 02:02|
|25||Boards & Chutes Angle 01:36|
|26||Put It All Together Sprint Off the Ball 01:38|
|27||Power Climb Explain 00:24|
|28||Power Climb Fit 02:18|
|29||Power Climb Approach Walk Through, Sprint Through 03:08|
|30||Power Climb Sell Out 04:03|
|31||Trap Drill 03:36|
|32||Fire to Fit & Finish Offset 01:10|
|33||Combos Practice Footage 03:57|
|34||Combos Instruction 05:01|
|35||Full Zone Super Like Action 02:55|
|36||Fitted Deuces 02:34|
|38||Ace Block 01:28|
|39||Bracer Skip 03:56|
|40||Pulling Drills 02:41|
|41||Skip/Pull Drills 04:32|
|42||Short Pull Drill 01:01|
Steve Greatwood has over 30 years of coaching experience, including stints in the NFL (St. Louis Rams) and at three different colleges (Oregon, USC, Maryland). Widely regarded as one of the premiere offensive line coaches in college football today, Greatwood was named the National Offensive Line Coach of the Year by the American Football Coaches Association in 2008.
Brian Hughes was selected by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) as its 2004 Division II Assistant Coach of the Year. Hughes also functioned as the Long Island Pioneers' offensive coordinator and as the architect of the team's offense, he compiled a 64-13 record, won three conference titles and reached the NCAA Division II playoffs twice.
Dan Roushar is an NFL coach, currently the Tight Ends coach for the New Orleans Saints. He was previously the Running Backs Coach for the Saints and, before that, the offensive coordinator at Michigan State. Roushar has served as an assistant coach with several teams, beginning in 1986 as the offensive backfield coach with Butler.
Ed Thomas coached 37 years of Aplington-Parkersburg Falcon football and won two state titles and a total of 292 games. He is credited with having coached four NFL players, which is the most per capita of any high school in the nation.
Ed Warinner has 27 years of coaching experience and in 14 of the last 19 seasons he has coached the offensive lines at Army, Air Force, Kansas, Illinois and Notre Dame. He has directed offenses that led the nation in rushing (Air Force, 2002), were tops in Big Ten Conference rushing (Illinois, 2006) and ranked second in the nation in scoring (Kansas, 2007).