Garrett McLaughlin- Transferrable Skills- Using Teams to Teach Fundamentalsby Lauren's First and Goal
The world of football is constantly evolving, and as coaches, it's our job to adapt and improve our team's performance. One of the keys to success is developing transferable skills that can be applied across all aspects of the game, from offense and defense to special teams.
Coach McLaughlin dives into an innovative circuit training approach that keeps players engaged while learning essential skills such as blow delivery, leverage, tackling, and ball security.
Transferable skills are fundamental aspects of the game that can be applied across various positions and situations. By focusing on these core skills, players can improve their overall performance and contribute more effectively to the team. The four main transferable skills discussed in this course are blow delivery, leverage, tackling, and ball security and Coach McLaughlin illustrates how these are taught and drilled in practice then applied in the game.
Garrett McLaughlin- University of New Hampshire, Assistant Coach, DE/Special Teams Coordinator