Pressure Kicking Secrets: How To Be Nearly Automatic When It Matters Most

by Brendan Cahill
Pressure Kicking Secrets: How To Be Nearly Automatic When It Matters Most


You let everyone down…

You don’t even want to stay after the game…

You don’t even want to talk to your mom about it…

You just want to be left alone…

You work 10X as hard as anyone else…

But you keep coming up 10X short…

Your teammates are murmuring about you…

“What a headcase…,”

“IDK why coach keeps starting him…,”

Your coaches are wondering about you…

You know they’re bringing up the freshmen to take your spot…

You’ve done all the training…

Your technique is flawless…

You’ve got no problem in practice…

But in games you utterly fall apart…

You’ve never felt so low…

There’s got to be a better way...

I was just like you - shoot I was probably worse than you!

I could kick great on the sidelines but crumbled the moment it counted.

I lost sleep worrying about practice the next day.

I would work myself into a ball only to shank my next kick and start the cycle of worry all over again.

Then, one day I came across a great book, "Golf is Not a Game of Perfect" by Dr. Bob Rotella. It was exactly what I needed to help me get out of my own way, relax and ultimately have fun. The more fun I had, the better I got, and the better I got, the more confident I became.

I recommended Dr.'s book to every kicker I trained or knew - just one problem: it wasn't for kickers.

Through chance I befriended Dr. Rotella a few years ago and through our conversations, as well as conversations with other great Sports Psychologists like Dr. Jim Afremow, author of The Champion's Mind, and Tim Gallwey, author of The Inner Game of Tennis this current book started to take its own shape.

To make their work relatable to kickers, punters and snappers I began informally interviewing current and former NFL Super Bowl and Pro Bowl coaches and specialists such as John Carney, Coach Randy Brown, David Akers, Mike Hollis, Morgan Cox, Shayne Graham and many more.

This is the exact book I wish I would have had when I was in your shoes. I hope you enjoy it.



Why You Should Never Say "Don't Miss"

How To Turn Your Miss Into A Make

How To Deal With Coaches Who Hate Kicking

How To Visualize Your Kicks Without Kicking

How To Make Your Mind Bulletproof To Doubt

How To Get The Weather To Work For You

How To Think About How You Think

How To Tell When To Tinker With Your Form

How To Trust Your Swing When It Matters Most

How To Relax And Ultimately Have More Fun


Who is the book best for?

Really any kicker, punter or snapper at any level who wants to get out of their own way. While I never played pro the majority of this was written specifically with the high school or inexperienced football players in mind. This book is also ideal for parents or coaches who want to find ways to help their player without knowing a lot about technique.

What's the refund policy?

If you aren't happy with your purchase I offer a 30 day automatic refund policy - no questions asked.







The Coach


Brendan Cahill

Crash Course Kicking


10+ Years training and developing kickers, punter and snappers across youth, high school, FBS and NFL level.

Have worked with and interviewed over 30 current/former NFL specialists like Ravens Kicking Coach Randy Brown, John Carney, Mark Mosehly, Chargers P Ty Long, Miami K Jason Sanders, Ravens LS Morgan Cox and more on CrashCourseKicking Podcast.

Have trained and developed specialists who have gone onto Vanderbilt, UCONN, Harvard, Yale, Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Liberty, Iowa State University, UMASS, Towson, Sacred Heart, and more.

Former college football kicker and punter Hartwick College 12'

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