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Southern California Football Coaches Clinic
NEW!Artie Allen, Chaffey College - Inside Zone RPO & Decision MakingViews: 211$19.99
In this offensive run game course, the offensive coordinator of Chaffey College, Artie Allen, goes in-depth on their version of the inside zone RPO and breaks down the quarterback's decision-making. He Includes their pre-snap checklist, as well as 5 drills, & 7 offensive installs for you to implement this season!
He starts out talking about a Superback, your go-to guy on for the run, he is the all-purpose back. Then he gets into their offensive philosophy and why the inside zone RPO is his team's bread and butter. A couple of keys to his offensive philosophy are protection for the QB on RPOs, all 6 eligible can get the ball, simple rules for players. Then he goes in-depth on their pre-snap checklist. Having a pre-snap checklist allows you to make informed decisions during the game. The QB and coaches read 3 key indicators the box, perimeter, and roof. He details out each of those indicators in this course that you need to successfully run the inside RPO.
Next, he moves on to the different drills they do to perfect the inside RPO. The first drill he introduces is the Script drill. He says the Script drill is the most important because it helps the QB make decisions on his own. This is important because, in every drill and play, the quarterback has to read a decision player and me a decision. He even shows off a video of this drill. Next, he moves onto Mesh and Keys (QB Only) drill. This is a more segmented drill that can have many layers to it. Basically, it forces the QB to read the decisions defender. He shows off a video of this drill as well. Next, he moves onto the Mesh and Conflict with RB drill. This drill forces the QB to make a decision in either handing the ball off to the running back or throwing it. He has a video showing off this drill as well. Next, he shows off the Mesh & Conflict with Receiver Routes. This helps the QB and receivers with their decision-making and route timing. Coach also shows this on video. Next, he moves onto the Perimeter drill. This drill brings it all together with constant decision-making.
He then breaks into his Inside Zone RPO schemes. He shows off so much game film that you do not want to miss to see how the drills truly help execute the plays flawlessly. He covers a number of variations that allow the QB to make a lot of decisions.
If you are a coach who wants to train your QB to be a better decision-maker or want to run the inside zone RPO, then you do not want to miss this course!Views: 211$19.99
NEW!Jim Harding, University of Utah - 6 Man Pass ProtectionsViews: 323$19.99
After 8 seasons as the University of Utahs' offensive line coach, Jim Harding and his O-line have been dominating the Pac-12. Averaging over 350 yards of offense per game & 9 yards per offensive attempt, this Ute's offense has been unstoppable. In this course, Coach Harding uses both game and practice footage, as well as gives you an in-depth breakdown on how to coach the 6 man pass pro, and implement it in your offense this season.Views: 323$19.99
NEW!Mike Enright - Keeping your Pass Game Simple & ProductiveViews: 209$19.99
Do you want to learn how to make your pass game both simple and productive? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach Mike Enright teaches you multiple pass sets you need to get your offense to dominate in the passing game. He shows off both game film and whiteboard examples of the plays in order to transparently reveal these simple plays you can emulate for your offense. If you are a coach who wants multiple pass concepts and simple pass plays to increase your arsenal, then this is the course for you!
First, he breaks down the Stop Seam concept. The key to this passing scheme is for the quarterback to get rid of the ball quickly. He shows off the different whiteboard examples and game film cutups you need to successfully run this offensive concept.
Next, he moves onto the Slant Rim concept. He breaks down multiple formations and even how to run these plays in the red zone. He even breaks down when and where you should throw each route based on how the defenders are reacting.
He then moves onto the Break Seam concept. There are 2 important keys to this concept. You need to hit your stud athlete or take the easy completion in order for this to work. He shows off the game film and whiteboard of this concept for full transparency.
After the break seam concept, he breaks down the Fade Out concept. He shows off how versatile this concept can be with multiple formations and alignments. He even shows off what to do if the defense chooses to blitz while running one of these plays.
Next, he reveals his Fade concept. This will only be successful if you take the time to rep it out with your athletes. You need to attack the weakest cornerbacks and allow your players to make the plays. He shows it off in an empty formation where it can truly be successful.
His next concept is the Read concept. Obviously, this is where your receivers read how the defense reacts and can change the route mid-route. The defense tends to bail off making the flat route an easy conversion. A key to this is to settle in the open holes that the defense will make.
Finally, he breaks down the Sprint and Fly concepts. These concepts help the QB make easy decisions and boost the QB's confidence.
If you are a coach who wants to improve your pass game and add new simple concepts to your game plan, then this is the course for you!Views: 209$19.99
NEW!Counter Option in a Modern Spread OffenseViews: 108$19.99
Running a counter option in a spread offense
What is a Counter Option?
Counter options are used when a backside defensive player, particularly linebackers, are repeatedly making tackles on a running back. If this happens, it usually indicates the opposing team does not help the linebacker on the backside. Power and counter plays are similar. Under a power play, the half back flankers out the first defender outside of the tackle. If it's a counter play, the backside guard pulls back and knocks out the first defender outside of the tackle.
An option is an offensive scheme in which it allows the quarterback to have different looks or multiple options. Depending on the actions and reactions of the defense.
What's a Counter Trap?
It's a very rapid and misleading play. A defensive lineman will be temporarily unlocked as part of the play design in order to block a linebacker more quickly. A backside guard kickout blocks that unblocked the defensive lineman after pulling play side.
The difference between trap and counter?
A trap play involves pulling linemen and is aggressive and quick hitting. Trap blocks are used instead of power and counters to target interior defenders instead. The trap hits fast, and the running back needs to run down the middle of the defense with a narrow lane to escape.
Running counters in a spread offense can be a great tool to utilize if done correctly. Make the defense pay by incorporating it into your own. Introducing Dan Casey’s..
**Counter options training**
Dan Casey discusses his implementation of the counter option in his offense. He breaks down the philosophy of speed advantage. Dan Casey gives a detailed explanation of the variations of counter traps and counter sweeps. Everything you need to know about incorporating the option in your offense.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your counter options today!Views: 108$19.99
NEW!Jason Gelber - Achieving your Coaching Dream Job Through Perseverance...Views: 154$19.99
Do you want to get your dream coaching job at the high school, college, or NFL team of your choice? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach Jason Gelber reveals his methods of paving the way to new coaching jobs. He speaks heavily on making connections with people in any way possible whether it is taking a lower position, meeting them at camp, connecting via social media, attending clinics, or just making a simple phone call, connections are the key.
There are a few things to consider when you're trying to climb the coaching ladder. You have to know what level you want to coach, know what you want (for now), and your definition for being a successful coach. Applying these three things to your coaching career will surely bring you to the path of success
He then goes on to talk about his time at USC as a student coach. It was the first call of many in his life and he took it and ended up getting a full-ride scholarship his senior year for helping out the coaching staff. He also mentions you need to go above and beyond for your head coach in any situation not only to get on his good side for future recommendations but also to help make your team more successful. After his senior year, he sent letters to try to intern or get a job for any NFL team.
After making a connection with someone at USC who was a former player for the Raiders, this connection helped him get a job with the Raiders. He spent 5 years with them and learned a lot about business, resources, and having the right connections that you can only learn from this course!
After coaching for the Raiders, with the connections he made, he got a job at the Univerisity of San Diego as the Defensive Line Coach and Equipment Manager.
More coaching opportunities opened up at USC and Coach Gelber had a great relationship with the incoming Defensive Coordinator. He called the Defensive Coordinator up and the new Head Coach "owed the Defensive Coordinator one". So Coach Gelber got another coaching job from his connections. He also mentions that when an opportunity arises, always say YES. You can always deny a job later but if you are hesitant or deny the job, then someone else will surely take it.
Next, He went to Occidental College so he could coach on the field. When he was at USC he was an off-the-field coach. He transitioned from coaching at a D1 school to a D3 school. He had the opportunity to coach at another D1 school, but he received the call the night before his wedding. He emphasizes "what are you willing to give up". It worked out in his favor as he has been married for a happy 20 years.
Then he got a job as a Defensive GA at the University of Minnesota. The rest of the course speaks more on his life stories and heavily emphasizes connections. If you are a coach who wants to learn how to get your dream coaching job, then this course is a must!Views: 154$19.99
NEW!Jay Wilkinson - Attacking Multiple Coverages with the Passing GameViews: 622$19.99
Do you want to learn how to attack any type of coverage with your pass plays? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach Jay Wilkinson reveals whiteboard Xs and Os and game film that you need to be able to dice up your opponents' coverages. If you are a coach who needs help developing your passing game, then you do not want to miss out on this course!
He begins by talking about how you need to know what family of coverage your opposing team is using. He shows off and explains multiple types of coverages for you to see what different teams run. This will help give you a base knowledge to be able to implement a competitive advantage to your offensive strategy. He emphasizes that you need to know the pass patterns, rather than pass routes, that can break up these different types of coverage families. He also speaks on the importance of defining landmarks for your QBs and WRs to know. He explains all of these landmarks in-depth and they may seem simple, but it is important especially to teach them to your freshmen who may be starting out playing football for the first time.
He then breaks down his GAS concept that is perfect for 1-on1s. The G stands for Go and the S stands for Stop. He wants the receiver to make the decision at 5 yards if he can beat the corner to run a fade route or a stop route. He breaks down this concept even more with game film to show off a true 1-on-1 or if there is a linebacker and safety to the 1 receiver side as well.
Then he breaks down his Branch concept which is basically trips with another slot receiver. He uses a whiteboard to fully explain the routes and what the QB should be reading. Then he shows off how it can work against multiple coverages with game film.
He further breaks down his Edge, Demon, Double, and Curls concepts that you do not want to miss. This educational course is a must to enhance your passing game!Views: 622$19.99
Tom Allen - Changing The Football Culture At The University of IndianaViews: 885$19.99
In this course, Tom Allen, the Indiana Hoosers Head Football Coach goes into how he changed the football culture at the UIniversity of Indiana, which includes:
The Hoosier Mindset
& Ways To TeambuildViews: 885$19.99
NEW!Kevin Swift - Rural Team Building Part 1Views: 92$19.99
Do you want to learn how to make a lasting team culture and develop your program to be successful? Well, you've come to the right place! In this 2 part series course, Coach Kevin Swift reveals things to have, responsibilities, the football office, pre-season, and program foundations that you need to know in order to create the best culture for your team. If you are a coach who wants to be able to develop your team and create an amazing team culture for them, then this course is a must!
He begins his course by detailing out things you must have which are the football handbook and a mission statement. These are extremely important because they are basically the basis for your entire team. The football handbook does not produce outcomes but will help you and your team be on the same page and motivate everyone. The mission statement needs to be one of the first things you develop into your team. You will run your team based on the mission statement and everyone needs to be on board with that. He even shows off his mission statement for his team! If you are a coach who wants to learn more about the football handbook and mission statements, then this course is a must.
Next, he breaks down the Roles and Responsibilities for both the Head Coach and the Players. For the head coach, a few of the responsibilities he points out are: be available to players and opportunities, spare no expenses, and make football more visible and high profile. For the players, a few of the responsibilities he points out are: it takes everyone to make a championship team, team first, and follow the rules and program of the school. If you want to find out more necessary Roles and Responsibilities for the Head Coach and Players, then you are not going to want to miss this course.
He then details out the importance of the Football Office. This needs to be open to your coaching staff and players and should be a friendly environment, not a harsh one like you would see on TV. This can be in the classroom, team room, and/or clubhouse. This is where you can put a quote of the week to help motivate and inspire your athletes and staff. You want it to be open before school, after school, and during lunch when possible. He breaks down the Football Office in much greater detail so if you want to find out more, then you need to get this course!
He even breaks down why you should fly colors, the pre-season, and program foundations. If you want more details about these then this is the course for you!
If you would like to hear Coach Kevin Swift speak more on Culture and Team Building, here is the link for PART 2 of this course: https://coachtube.com/course/football/kevin-swift-rural-team-building-part-2/15042474Views: 92$19.99
NEW!Jeremy Plaa, Modesto Downey HS - Spread Screens and Screen CountersViews: 189$19.99
Utilizing the screen scheme on the offensive side of the ball offers your team huge gains and scoring opportunities. Head Coach Jeremy Plaa gives you 13 plays & formations on utilizing the screen scheme. He breaks each play down with his team's game film, giving you the complete guide on using the play to your team's advantage. If you are a coach who wants to take advantage of the screen and add it to your arsenal, then this course is a must!Views: 189$19.99
NEW!Greg McMahon - LSU Punt Protection System & Drill ProgressionViews: 182$19.99
In this course, Greg McMahon of the LSU Tigers discusses his punt team and how they've been able to be at the top of the SEC in special teams. He uses game film, practice film, and diagrams on how to implement different coverages, drills, and schemes into your punt unit.Views: 182$19.99
NEW!Cherokee Valeria - The 3 Phases of Secondary PlayViews: 165$19.99
Do you want to learn the 3 phases of secondary defense? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach Cherokee Valeria reveals the philosophies, drills, game film, and Xs & Os you need to know to improve your secondary squad. He also expresses that effort and passion are some of the most important values you need to embed in your team.Views: 165$19.99
NEW!Jason Negro, Saint John Bosco - Developing Culture & Practice ConstructionViews: 702$19.99
Having a culture in your high school program is a pivotal key on the to-do list for coaches. In this course, Coach Jason Negro gives you his program's base values, as well as their plan for practices and in-game situations. If you are a coach who needs inspiration or more education on culture, then this course is a must!Views: 702$19.99
NEW!Mike Parodi - No QB...So Now What?Views: 350$19.99
What do you do when you lose your starting QB? Well, you'll find out in this course! Coach Mike Parodi talks about what he and his team did when they lost the starting QB. He takes you through a plan and gives tips you need in order to be able to overcome this type of diversity in the team. This course is a must if a key player ever gets injured on your team.Views: 350$19.99
NEW!Joey Mariani - Getting Game Ready with Ready SheetsViews: 34$19.99
Joey Mariani, the Defensive Coordinator at the University of Redlands, provides a comprehensive presentation on the planning, organization, and creating a variety of ready sheets for coaches.Views: 34$19.99
NEW!The Big 4Views: 78$19.99
Strength and Conditioning with the Big 4
Coaching abilities in terms of a teams strength and conditioning are vital to a teams success on and off the field and that starts in the weight room. The players believe they can rely on their coach to "find a way" for them to succeed. Most great coaches also have the ability to manage and communicate effectively with their coaching staff and players.
In particular, strength and conditoning has an important role of an athletic program. From player development, player safety and structure. Being responsible for your players' training and development in the weight room can be demanding. With targeted training, players can not only individually but collectively elevate their game by focusing their lifting and exercises that correlate to on field aspects.
Introducing Mater Dei's Strength and Condtioning Coach Chris Holder.
**Strength and Conditioning with the Big 4**
Strength Coach for Mater Dei Chris Holder talks about the importance of proper technique and fundamentals when opperating with large teams, especially in the weight room. He walks through the set stage of managing as well as the organization and implementation of workouts. He breaks down the Big 4 key aspects to a strong team. Set it up, Find it, Screw it in and pull are Coach Chris Holders secrets to proper technique and mastering your workouts.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Learn how to incorporate the Big 4 into the weight room!Views: 78$19.99
NEW!Sean Lewis, Kent State - Flash FAST CultureViews: 336$19.99
Looking to electrify your program culture this season? Sean Lewis talks about the Flash FAST Culture he instills at the Kent State University Football Program. In this educational course, he goes over their core values, peer grading system, & A1PHA Mindset.Views: 336$19.99
NEW!Chris Stevens- Full Armor: Equipping Your Athletes for Their FutureViews: 51$19.99
Quarterbacks Coach for the Alta Loma Braves High School, Chris Stevens, breaks down the main qualities of being a good coach and gives other coaches a glimpse at what it may take to helps student-athletes succeed. He details out both the WHY to being a coach and the armor of life that will give you good values to install into your team.
Coach Stevens explains that coaching is not for the money. You need to have a main objective, passion, and love for the sport of football and your players. Your main objective as a coach should be to provide a better high school experience so everyone becomes a better person around the game. A few more WHYs he mentions are to prepare your athletes for success on the field, prepare them to be positive members of society, protect and enhance the physical/emotional welfare of every person involved with your program, and much more!
Next Coach Stevens gets into equipping the full armor on your team and making your team have the best high school experience. He starts off the Full Armor set with the Belt of Truth. Physically the belt holds up the pants, but the belt of truth is a fundamental basis of how to lead your team. Testing with the truth makes you find strength in the game.
The next item in the set is the Helmet of Salvation. Physically, the helmet protects your head and mind on the football field. A good coach, friend, or teammate can also be this helmet by having your back.
The next item in the set is the Breastplate (Shoulder Pads) of Righteousness. It protects your heart and chest from anything coming in. As a coach you can protect your players' emotions by being a good counselor to them.
The next item in the set is the Sword of the Spirit (Playbook). It gives direction and is the basis of your attack. It is a part of the education for your team.
The next item in the set is the Shield of Faith (Strength Training). Your team's physicality is the first thing that goes out there on the field on Friday nights. Your team needs to be physically prepared from the weight room and conditioning to find success on the field.
The next item in the set is the Sandals (Cleats) of Peace. This makes you a tour guide for your players. How you can help them socially figure out their life and have a plan for their future.
The final item in the set is the Prayer Cover (Jersey and Pants). Coach Stevens believes in the power of prayer and you can be there for your team spiritually.
With this full armor set and course, you will learn how to be a great coach and be able to handle any type of disparity within the team. If you are a coach who wants a set of standards to lead your team by or need help developing your team culture, then this is the course for you!Views: 51$19.99
NEW!Jordan Thomas, SDSU - Defensive Line: Twists and StuntsViews: 454$19.99
The pass rush is a fundamental piece of any great defense. In this defensive line course, Coach Jordan Thomas of San Diego State University dives into the fundamentals of the pass rush, including alignments and get-offs. He also speaks about the relationships between the hips and an effective pass rush.
He starts the course off by explaining the PreSnap Musts. For the defensive linemen, these consist of Get-Off, Alignment, and Rush Angle. He details out that if they master these three things, there will have the best chance for success in rushing the quarterback. For the get-off, it is the first fundamental to being a successful pass rusher. This includes mental weight, replacing the hands, firing off the ball, closing distance, etc. The get-off is one of the most important functions for defensive linemen to make explosive plays.
Then, he breaks down the Alignment. It will determine the Offensive Line Set. He explains that the alignment and tilt angles will help with your rushing and techniques. There are obviously multiple types of alignment and he breaks them down for you in this course! Having the right alignment can easily give your defensive linemen a competitive advantage to make plays against the offense. He goes into further detail explaining what Techniques to use based on the alignment your players are in. If you want your defense to have an advantage and make groundbreaking plays, then you need to get this course.
Next, he explains the importance of the Hip Relationship. He shows off a clip with an improper hip relationship where a player can get moved wherever the offensive linemen wants. He also details out different maneuvers using the hips to help your defensive linemen successfully pass rush.
Coach Thomas then breaks down Countering at the Level and Pass Rushing. He uses practice film cutups to show how to properly counter at the level and his rushing techniques. He explains to be consistent for pass rushing. If it isn't broke then don't fix it.
If you want to have a successful defensive line, then this course is a must!Views: 454$19.99
NEW!Jeff Steinberg - Pairing the Quick Game with the Boot PassViews: 313$19.99
Do you want to learn how to pair the quick game with the boot pass? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach Jeff Steinberg reveals the keys you need to know in order to successfully implement the boot pass into your quick game. He shows off whiteboard examples with multiple formations, game cutups with multiple formations, coaching points, and he even has a Q&A section to answer live questions during his presentation. If you are a coach who wants to implement this successful offensive scheme in your team, then this course is a must!
He first details out the ways to utilize the quick game. His primary methods are through Pure Quick Game with Mirrored Formations, Pairing with Run Game with Pre/Post-Snap RPOs, Pairing with Midlevel Pass Concepts with QB footwork and positioning, and Dash Pass paired with Single Quick Game. Then he breaks down the stats of before and after he used this quick game with the boot pass offense. His offense's play efficiency moved up to 82% meaning +4 yards or a first down. He then moves onto Ball Distribution and speaks on usually you'd have 1 or 2 players to throw to after throwing off a defender. But with this offense, you have 5 people to quickly throw the ball to.
Next, he shows off his whiteboard examples. He starts out with talking about the protection and QB footwork. He explains the simplicity for these schemes comes from the protection and QB footwork. He then breaks down multiple formations that can be used that you need to see. He details out 2x2, compressed 2x2, 3x1, empty, and quads. In these whiteboard examples, he details out plays and routes for each formation and goes over the rules and responsibilities for the receivers.
After he reveals his whiteboard, he shows off how the offense truly works with game film cutups. He mentions that the first thing the QB does is look at the quick game. That's his priority. If it is open, throw it if not he can boot or pass to the other side of the field. He shows off game film for every formation he you can run with this offense and even reveals different types of plays you can run with it. If you want to learn more about these plays and give your team an advantage on the offense, then this course is a must.
Then, he breaks down coaching points that you do not want to miss to successfully implement this scheme to your offense. If you want your team to have a competitive advantage in the passing game then you do not want to miss your course!Views: 313$19.99
NEW!Kevin Swift - Rural Team Building Part 2Views: 82$19.99
Do you want to learn how to create a lasting team culture for you team? Well, you've come to the right place! In this part 2 of the 2 part course, Coach Kevin Swift details out the rest of the information you need for a powerful team culture to develop your team. He breaks down what makes his culture great and you can emulate these, and also come up with things that apply directly to your team to help you build up your team. He details out the Foundations of the Program, what Zero Period is, Gut Checks, and Utilizing the Summer. If you are a coach who wants to learn more about buffing your your culture and development game, then this is the course for you!
He begins the course talking on the Foundations of the Program. He is a big believer that most of the culture and development happens in the weightroom. It is where you make each player better and spend some of the most time. It is your job to make it exciting and uplifting and make your players challenge each other and want to be there. Utilize a record board where it shows the strongest lifts and challenge your team members to break those records. This will motivate and inspire your athletes to do better and create healthy competition. If you want to learn more about Foundations for your team, then this course is a must.
Next, he speaks on the Zero Period and details out exactly what it is. Zero Period begins at 6:45 and is basically an extra class for the students in the day. Every football player on his team must be enrolled in the Zero Period, but it is not explicit to only football players. He details out the 6 Core Areas of Zero Period that you need to know in order to enhance your culture and development. These 6 Core Areas include: Lifting, Speed/Agilitiy, Nutrition, Leadership, Culture Development, and Academic Support. If you want to find out more about these 6 Core Areas, then you need to get this course!
After speaking on the Zero Period, he breaks down the Gut Checks. Their Gut Checks days are used to teach the athletes how to deal with adversity. This will ensure that your team will learn how to play and act as a championship team because they go through the adversity together and thrive together. These Gut Checks happen during the Zero Period and is basically an hour long agility circuit with conditioning. This also comes in the form of 2-a-days. If you want to learn more about Gut Checks and how they are important to any type of team then this course is a must!
Finally, Coach speaks on Utilizing the Summer. He breaks down his summer camps, summer trip, how players get workouts in at school, and much more! If you want to learn how to maximize your team's development and culture over the summer, then these videos will teach you how!
If you missed PART 1 of this 2 Part Course Series, then here is the link for PART 1: https://coachtube.com/course/football/kevin-swift-rural-team-building-part-1/15041794Views: 82$19.99
NEW!Nick Davis - Multiple Defensive Fronts and MovementsViews: 205$19.99
Do you want to learn a spread defense and stop your opponents in their tracks? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach Nick Davis reveals his spread defense, multiple fronts, families, and stunts you need to take on any kind of offense. He details out a defensive overview and then shows off game film cutups to show off how the spread defense truly works.
He begins speaking on how the game has changed showing off that offenses have gotten better. 10 years ago the top offense wouldn't even be in the top 10 from 2020 in regards to yards per play. This means that it is getting harder to play defense. As a coach, you need to be doing what you can and switching up your defense to give yourself the best competitive advantage you can get on the defensive side of the ball. He also explains that it is important to track record sacks and TFLs. This will allow you to see what is working for your team from year to year.
He then moves onto explaining why he uses multiple fronts and movements. If your defense uses multiple fronts and movements, then the opposing offense has to rep out each front and movement making your defense harder to scout against. It gives them less time to prepare their offense for gameday. It also allows you to create matchups against their offense. For example, if you have a stud pass protector, you can always put him in the 1-on-1 situation. You need to get this course if you want to find out more about the competitive advantages you gain from using multiple fronts and movements.
Coach Davis breaks down the defense even more with how he calls the plays in, defensive player identification, and how he sets the front. These are the little things that you need to be on the same page with your team to truly have success. You do not want someone on the field who does not know what they are doing. This course will teach you how to make the proper calls and deny the offense.
Then, Coach Davis moves into his Even Front & Odd Front Cutups. These cutups help bring everything together. They show off how the defense works, different schemes, blitzing packages, pass rush techniques, and much more! With this course, you will fully see how successful your team can be by using multiple fronts and movements.
If you are a coach who wants to make the game harder for your offense on the field, and in preparation to play against you, then this course is a must!Views: 205$19.99
NEW!James Vondra- Developing a HS Football Program January-DecemberViews: 191$19.99
Do you want to learn how to develop your high school program within a year? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Head Coach James Vondra for Quartz Hill High School breaks down the important aspects of what it takes to develop a High School football program. He details out What it takes and goes over the Quartz Hill High School Program so you can see how to transform your program similar to how Coach Vondra did.
He starts out by speaking on how you need to earn the right right to develop your program. This includes a multitude of things such as Having a Vision. You need to have a vision for your program to be able to sell to your assistant coaches, boosters, players, parents, and community. It is impossible to do alone so you need all the support you can get. He uses the analogy worry about getting the right people on the bus first then worry about putting them in the proper seats later. This means that you need to have the right people who will follow and support your vision first, then you can put them in the best position to carry your vision out. He then lists out a group of values and character traits you need in order to successfully produce your vision. A few of these are effort, commitment, and discipline. He details out why these are important in this course and how they will truly help you build your program. He also encourages fo you to build your staff and players to be Champions for Life. This will build them up both on and off the field as people. A few things he mentions are accountability, urgency, and leadership. With this course, you will learn how to build Champions for Life and make a great impact on your kids and staff. The final portion of Earn the Right he speaks on is the Truth. He holds open practices so parents can watch, enabling full transparency for his team. He states that anyone can get on social media and see what is going on anyway so it is best to be open and honest to everyone.
Next, he breaks down his program with different phases. He starts with an overview of his mission statement and goals. Phase 1 breaks down his offseason plans and priorities. He breaks down expectations, how to evaluate your coaches, meetings with players, parents, and coaches, and how to be a good assistant coach. If you want to be the best assistant coach possible, then you cannot miss out on this portion of the course. He then speaks on Phase 2, his Spring Practice Plans. He has a way to evaluate his players by recording, ranking, and publishing results he sees in practice and in scrimmages. For Phase 3, he breaks down the Summer Grind where the key is physical and mental conditioning and fieldwork. Phase 4 is a Dead Period where kids are doing summer school or football camps. Phase 5 is the Pre-Season. He introduces the game plan, equipment, gets the team acclimated to follow the vision. Phase 6 is during the season. He emphasizes that a consistent routine and relevance is the most important thing you can use for the season. The final Phase 7 is the Post-Season and an important highlight is to ensure your team realizes that it could be the last week of football.
If you are a coach who wants to make an impact with your program, then you do not want to miss this course!Views: 191$19.99
NEW!Jim Good - RPOs: Combining Multiple Concepts into One PlayViews: 1030$19.99
Do you want to learn how to confuse the defense and dominate the field with your offense? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach Jim Good reveals how to include multiple RPO concepts into one play that you need to know in order to break down the defense and get easy touchdowns. He details out multiple types of plays and schemes such as the bubble screen, the draw scheme, using the quick game, seam route, and post route. If you are a coach who wants to learn how to include multiple RPO concepts in a single play and destroy the defense, then this is the course for you!
He starts the course by explaining why you should run multiple RPO's like this and how it will benefit your team. A few of these things include it is simple, saves practice time, easy to get multiple reps, and when the defense is scouting you, they have to use multiple looks. If you want to find out more on how this can help your offense and make it hard for the defense to read and cover, you do not want to miss out on this course.
Next, he breaks down all the different plays you can run. He shows off a few whiteboard examples of drills you can use to support these multiple types of plays in a single RPO play. He also shows off and explains game film showing how they all work and can work to your advantage. These will both help you learn how to run the plays and add new plays into your offensive playbook.
This course will help you dominate on offense and add new plays to your playbook. It will help you create chaos for the opposing teams defense, and it will create new opportunities for you to score. If you are a coach who wants to learn a new type of RPO playstyle, then this is the course for you!Views: 1030$19.99
NEW!Paul Cronin - Stressing a Defense: Screens, QB Runs and Using an H-BackViews: 163$19.99
Paul Cronin teaches three concepts that stress a defense. Screens catch an offense off guard, especially if they are aggressive in rushing the passer and getting off the ball. The QB runs gives the offense an extra hat in the run game and a lead blocker with the running back. The modern H-back can be used in multiple ways in the run and pass to create extra gaps, insert as a blocker and catch passes.
Coach Cronin discusses how these fit into their offensive attack.Views: 163$19.99
NEW!Mike Moon, Pacifica (Oxnard) - 3-3-5 Blitz PackagesViews: 277$19.99
Creating pressure as a defensive coordinator can be one of the best things to create turnovers. In this course, Head Coach Mike Moon talks about his blitzes and pressures from the 3-3-5 defense. He includes formations and game film that covers 3, 4, & 5 man pressures.
Coach Moon emphasizes coaching the person first then the player. As an example, he states that you want the guys who will run through a wall for you, then it does not matter what type of defense you play. Building a relationship with the people on the team allows you to build trust and know where everyone belongs on the field. He also discusses the importance of learning the defense, or in other words, memorizing the scouting report. They need to know the assignment, alignment, and execution that coincides with the defense's objectives and goals.
He delivers an extensive report on the 3-3-5 Defense utilizing a Nose Tackle and 2 Defensive Ends, then 3 Linebackers, and 5 Defensive Backs. He even tells you what kind of players should play each slot and shows off versatility between each position. It is a gap sound defense where every gap is always covered. Coach Moon takes you through the different X's and O's for all kinds of formations you will see using the 3-3-5 Defense. He breaks down the base against doubles, trips, TE trips, nasty twins & TE/Wing. Coach also reveals how they call plays in a no-huddle defense. He first makes a call to the line and expresses that it must always be correct. Then he makes a call to the Line Backers (there are 7 different options). Then he makes a blitz call with different types of options. He uses specific language when calling the blitz so he can call them based on position, side, or combos. He even makes directional blitz calls and shows off the blitzes against doubles and trips.
Coach shows off film on his 4 man pressures. In his 5 man pressures, they will either be in cover 0 or cover 1. He breaks down the X's and O's for his 5 man pressures. He reveals 7 different types of coverage you need to run this season.
If you are a coach who wants to learn more on the 3-3-5 Defense and how to run it successfully or switch up your defense for an opponent who has been scouting you, then this course is a must!Views: 277$19.99
NEW!Efficient Drills within the 3-4 Defensive SystemViews: 73$19.99
Effective Drills of the 3-4 Defense
What is the 3-4 Defense?
The 3-4 defense is a versatile defense that offers great advantages when it comes to rushing the passer and defending the pass. Since there are only three linemen, outside linebackers can play the role of defensive end at times, giving the defense an effective 4-3 look.
In order for this system to work the defensive line must take care of 4 in not all offensive linemen. Which frees the linebackers to make a play. In addition, the 3-4 defense only works when linebackers are strong enough to deflect blocks from any offensive player.
There are many drills used to perfect the 3-4 defensive system. Exercises like the 3-4 pit drill, A- frame drill and kick out drill. As well as Defensive back read series, DB block protection & escape series, Outside linebacker series, Inside linebacker block protection & escape series, Linebacker pass defense series and Defensive line series. All the tools necessary to take your defense to the next level.
Introducing Illionios State University Head Coach Brock Spack’s
**Efficient Drills within the 3-4 Defensive System**
In this course, Illinois State University Head Coach - Brock D. Spack dives into the drills he uses to properly run the 3-4 Tight/Reduced Front. How to execute adjustments & ways to implement it in your system. If you are looking for a front that shuts down the run, then this is it.
Click the ‘Book This Course’, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your defense today!Views: 73$19.99
NEW!Shield PuntViews: 60$19.99
The Shield Punt
What is a Shield Punt?
Several things distinguish shield punt formation from traditional punt protection, known as "spread punt". For example, shield punt formation is only permitted in college football. A normal offensive line looks similar to a spread punt protection line, but shield punt protection divides linemen much more broadly - two to four yards, depending on the team. In the NCAA, there is no punishment for a lineman being downfield improperly. Shield punt takes advantage of this by putting all linemen in positions where they can rapidly block while going forward and then move downfield to make a tackle.
The Shield Punt has been extremely efficient as a high percentage of coaches use the scheme in their game plan. It provides better coverage down the field. Players also have simpler block assignments. Coaches have been mixing a rugby style with a conventional drop and kick style, essentially putting a better athlete at punter. Making the ability for a fake punt a possibility. Not to mention a shield punt is quite nearly impossible to block.
It's vital to have a good punt team, as they are one of the most important units on the field. They decide the offensive starting field position of the opposing team. A bad or blocked punt might lead to a higher scoring opportunity for the other side. A great punt will result in the best defending starting point. Punts marking in the opposing teams ten yard line are golden.
Having a Shield Punt scheme can highly benefit your team. When done correctly, it becomes another weapon in your tool belt. Introducing Eastern Illinois Universities Neal Renna’s program..
**Shield Punt Training**
Special Teams coordinator at Eastern Illonios University Neal Renna discusses the importance of an effective punting unit. He breaks down the Shield Punt and special teams philosophy. As well as calls, plays, coverages and net drills. Everything you need to create a special special team.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your defense today!Views: 60$19.99
NEW!David Marsh, Texas Southern - Building An Offensive IdentityViews: 184$19.99
Creating a concrete identity as an offensive coordinator can be a troubling task. David Marsh has provided you his best knowledge on creating that identity, and gives you 5 installs for your offense, as well as key coaching points & personnel for your schemes. If you are a coach who wants to create a strong offensive identity, then this is the course for you!Views: 184$19.99
NEW!Kyle Cogan - ABCDE`s of Linebacker PlayViews: 232$19.99
Do you want to learn all the basics and philosophies about linebacker play? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach Kyle Cogan reveals the philosophy, stance styles, block destruction, and shedding techniques you need to make your linebackers great! If you are a coach who wants to improve your linebacker's stance, alignment, or techniques, then this course is a must!
He begins the course by speaking on different teaching philosophies for the linebackers. He starts out by stating that you should take one thing at a time. It is important to master the basics and make sure every player on the team knows what you are teaching one step at a time. Another thing to note is to speak the same language and use buzzwords. This will ensure that there is clear communication with the team and everyone can be on the same page. In order to learn more philosophies that will make you have high-class linebackers, you will definitely need to check out this course!
Next, he breaks down the linebacker stance and how to run drills. He shows off 3 of his players from a screenshot from a game and critiques their stances showing off the good and the bad. This will be helpful because it can get your linebackers in the most powerful position before the snap of the ball to move wherever they need to go and quickly. Then he speaks on how drills should be run. You do not want to run drills on cadence like offense, but you do want to run them off a visual cue like snapping the ball. Defense is a reactionary side of the game so being able to react and adapt to situations will immensely help your linebackers. Another note, you want to begin by drilling the basics like footwork, then when the footwork is mastered, you can add into the drill for example making a tackle. That way you can drill footwork and tackling in the same rep.
Then he breaks down the ABCDE's. This stands for Agilities, Block destruction, Contact, Develop skills, and Eyes. He further breaks down each of these things that will give you helpful coaching points to make to your kids and cover everything to make your linebackers better.
This educational course is a must if you want to coach your linebackers the right way. The philosophies, drills, and techniques can be mastered by any player and make your linebackers dominate on the defense.Views: 232$19.99
NEW!Paul Golla- Developing a Weekly Game Plan vs Multiple Spread Offense Part 1Views: 256$19.99
Paul Golla, current Head Coach at Garces High School, goes in-depth about orchestrating a mutating defense. This type of defense allows a team to adjust on the fly and be prepared for all types of offenses. He shows off what the mutating defense is, what the STUDs are, and formation alignments.
He begins the course with the Top 10 Reasons You Should Run the Mutating Offense. A few of those reasons are: Extremely Flexible to Personnel, Can Pressure any Offensive Formations, Mutates to Outnumber all Offensive Systems. In other words, running this type of Defense will give you a numbers advantage to every offense. Then he moves onto talk about it being a 3-3 or 3-4 defense. He reveals the Xs and Os with the names of the positions and emphasizes that your nose guard has to be a beast. The way this defense mutates is that most of your players should be interchangeable. For example, a safety could step up as the linebacker or corner to cover for a blitz and vice versa. Having this interchangeability is key for running the mutating defense. He also reveals the rules, responsibilities, and descriptions of how these players should be. Then, he covers the base rules and blitzing strategies for the defensive line. Then he covers the linebackers' rules, alignments, and responsibilities. He shows off Xs and Os to fully show every type of blitz they also run.
Then he reveals Teaching Progressions for the STUDs. His 1st step at the start of the play is his vision step and he is reading the guard like the linebackers. The STUD roams with the formations. Coach Golla shows off different formations to show off where the STUD will be aligned. Then he moves onto the Base vs 21 Personel. He details out the rules for the linebackers and shows off the difference of what to do between an aggressive offense or a reactive offense.
Next, He breaks down a multitude of Formations and Alignment Changes. He details out what to do against 10 personnel, 20 personnel, 30 personnel, 21 personnel, and Nub/Wing adjustments. You do not want to miss these if you want to conquer any type of offense that comes your way!
If you are a coach who wants to change up your defensive style or shake up any type of offense, then this course is a must!Views: 256$19.99
NEW!John Hughes - Run Game fundamentals/Gap Schemes/Handling DL MovementViews: 279$19.99
Do you want to make your offensive line impenetrable and manhandle the defense? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach John Hughes delivers 4 key topics you need to know and learn in order to make your offensive line successful. He breaks down in detail the Schemes and Combos, Drills, Counter Run Game, and Power Down that you need to know to be able to successfully stop the defense in their tracks. He breaks down these things with film and diagrams to be able to fully teach you how they all work and fit together. If you are a coach who wants to enhance your Offensive Line and maximize their potential, then this is the course for you!
He starts the course out by detailing what it means to be an Offensive Linemen and all the standards and expectations that deal with playing at Dixie State. Coach reveals a detailed overview of everything he will be talking about and reveals a lot of insight and philosophy on what works for him and his team. He ends the chapter by speaking on Finishing and a Run Game Overview that you do not want to miss! One of his most important things is teaching his players the difference between zone and gap schemes.
Next, he breaks down his Frontside and Backside Gap Schemes. On the Frontside of the Gap Scheme, the Offensive Linemen are responsible for their own down gap. He also shows off different types of alignments and techniques in diagrams based on how the defense is lined up. This will ensure that your Offensive Linemen can handle any kind of formation that is thrown at them. He also speaks on double teams and how to properly execute them. On the Backside of the Gap Scheme, he breaks down the different types of pulls that he incorporates into his offense. He details the point of his pulls and the Flat and Skip Pulls. If you want to learn more about these pulls or gap responsibilities, then you do not want to miss out on this course!
After breaking down the Gap Schemes, he moves on to Drills. He starts out by breaking down each drill and sharing what they help teach and how they can apply to gameday. He shows off the film of each drill so that you can see exactly how to recreate them and utilize them in your practices this season.
Finally, Coach Hughes breaks down the Counter Run Game and Power Down systems. He shows off multiple diagrams of his Gap Combos and Variations of his Counter Run Game then takes it further with game film to see it in play. He uses both GT and GY Counters. He believes the Power Down is the ultimate play in football and teaches you how to implement it into your offense. If you are a coach who wants to add new things to your Offensive Line or master the Gap Schemes, then this is the course for you!Views: 279$19.99
NEW!Tim Roken - Building a National ProgramViews: 207$19.99
Do you want to learn how to transform your team culture to develop your team to turn into a national program? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach Tim Roken delivers 5 Key Points you need to know in order to transform your culture and make your team great! He speaks on topics such as Program Development, Leadership, Coaching Goals and Philosophies, Strength and Conditioning, and Academic Support. If you want to create or transform a new culture for success and build a national-level program, then you do not want to miss out on this course.
He begins the course by speaking on Program Development. For your program to be successful you need to have a mission statement, objective, and plan. These will help define your program, and your players and staff need to be fully on board. He details out what his team's look like so you can grasp a better idea of them or even emulate them. He even details out the importance of mindset training so you can get everyone on board to think and act like champions.
Next, he breaks down the necessity of Leadership on the team. this can come in the form of your staff and even players. Every team needs some type of leader to be successful. He goes over the characteristics of a leader, the characteristics of leadership, and emphasizes the necessity of having a servant leader mentality. He is a big believer in teaching leadership through service. If you want to learn how to create better leaders on your team, then this course is a must!
Then, he gets into the portion of Coaching Goals and Philosophy. You need to have goals that will push you to always put in the best effort. Not goals that will be easy to complete or will definitely happen through the season. This will give your team something to work hard for and unlock their full potential. He details out goals for the staff, team, and even coaching philosophy that you can use this season or will help you come up with your own.
Finally, he breaks down Strength and Conditioning and Academic Support. You need to have both a workout program and nutrition program for your players to make sure they are in tip-top shape during the season and can physically play to their best ability. You also need to help with their academics. Whether it is working with your athletes to make sure they have the GPA to be eligible to play or helping them with getting recruited to college, they need that support. If you're a coach who wants to create a better team culture for your team and program, then this is the course for you.Views: 207$19.99
NEW!Adam Gaylor - Attacking Offenses with Simulated PressuresViews: 701$19.99
Adam GaylorViews: 701$19.99
NEW!Jericho Silvernail - Survival Guide for Young CoachesViews: 81$19.99
Are you a new, young, up-and-coming coach? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach Jericho Silvernail reveals his top 10 tips for new coaches to have a successful career. He not only reveals these tips but also has honorable mentions for every coach to follow in order to be a good coach to your kids and have lifelong success. This course is a must if you need help getting your bearings in coaching or just want to learn how to be a better coach in general.
His first tip, is You don't Know as much as You Think You Know. There is so much that goes into coaching whether it is behind-the-scenes drama, politics, who plays, or who does not play. As a young coach starting out part of your job is to make the Head Coach's job easier. Helping them deal with the little things that may not seem important is huge so they can focus on getting the team ready for gameday.
His second tip is, Don't Focus on the Level You Coach. If you are caught up in coaching the JV squad and only want to coach Varsity, then you have the wrong mindset. It does not matter what level you are tasked with as you are gaining valuable experience coaching at any level. Especially as a new, young coach, you will learn more in one season coaching lower levels of football with a good mindset than not giving it your all.
In order to learn more about the rest of the tips, you need to get this course! These tips will help you create a healthy mindset when you first start out and set you on the track to success.
He has 3 honorable mentions that will help ensure that you can become the best coach possible. First, he explains to Go to the Convention. Coaches steal from coaches all the time nowadays. It is okay to see something that works from other coaches and use it for your success. Going to these conventions allows you to gain invaluable knowledge about the game and network and make lifelong relationships with other coaches. Next, he explains to Have Mentors. The mentor can be anybody (mainly a senior coach) who can teach you and help you grow as a coach. Every coach has someone they have learned from and created relationships that heavily influence who they are and what they do for their kids. You want to find someone who loves the game and is a lifelong learner. Finally, he reveals to Be Yourself. It is okay to do things your way and use what your mentors and conventions teach you, but do not lose who you are in the game. Be yourself, keep your values, and instill a culture in your team that works for you and the rest of the team where everyone is on board.
If you are a new coach who wants to become the best coach they can be and move up the coaching ladder, this is the course for you!Views: 81$19.99
NEW!Developing a Weekly Game Plan vs Multiple Spread Offense (Part 2)Views: 68$19.99
Developing a Weekly Game Plan vs Multiple Spread Offense (Part 2)
What is a multiple spread offense?
The spread offense was developed in the mid 90’s by rich Rodriguez and Bill Snyder. The multiple spread offense is a hybrid offensive scheme that consists of formations and plays from various other schemes including the pistol offense, no huddle offense, pro style offense and more. This style typically sets the quarterback in the shotgun and spreads the defense using multiple receiver sets.
With a spread offense, the linebackers need to be able to align efficiently, get the front set, and understand run/pass responsibility within seconds. Rules built for that enable quick and easy execution. Alignment rules follow field/boundary information.
Developing a game plan for a spread offense team is crucial. Defending the spread offense must be focused by containing the dual threat quarterback, proper alignment, taking away inside slot receivers and identifying false looks. The defensive line must set a protection perimeter run. Stopping the power read, speed sweep and stretch plays. Every team will require various focuses, however incorporating a defensive game plan can be a difference maker.
Spread offenses are a threat to many defenses but with an effective game plan, you can limit the threat. Introducing Bakerfields very own Paul Golla’s masterclass..
**Weekly game plan vs spread offense training**
Garca Head Coach Paul Golla shares his secrets to defending the spread offense effectively. From the no huddle to the pistol offense to tempo offenses, Paul Golla gives an in depth overview on stopping the offense by strategically implementing a game plan.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your defense today!Views: 68$19.99
NEW!Sunday to SaturdayViews: 107$19.99
Sunday to Saturday: Game Planning
Why is game planning important?
Implementing a game plan before the upcoming game is vital to your team's success, it's your blueprint for victory. It is your strategy to achieve success and defeat the opposing team. In football, preparing for a certain style defense or offense can be the difference maker of the end result.
Game film plays a big role in game planning however it's important to scout yourself. The competition is reviewing and preparing for your team as well. For a head coach. defensive coordinator and offensive coordinator is preparing your team for a game of chess. Having the correct strategy and approach tends to be the team with a win.
As a coach you want to do everything you can to put your team in position to win. After creating a post game breakdown and analyzing the games points can you begin to develop a strategy for the upcoming week. Game planning and analysis is the first step to leading your team to victory. Coach Ty Gower has created training to help coaches better prepare themselves and the team for upcoming games. Introducing..
**Sunday to Saturday game plan training**
In this course, Coach Ty Gower breaks down the significance of strategy in game planning for up incoming teams. As well as pre game preparation and identifying what didn't work and what worked well.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Learn how to incorporate a game plan for your team every week!Views: 107$19.99
NEW!Tim Lester, Western Michigan - Explosive RPO & QB ReadsViews: 1399$19.99
In this RPO course, head coach Tim Lester of Western Michigan dives into 1st, 2nd, and 3rd level RPO's using countless clips of game film, giving you an inside scoop on how to perfect the explosive RPO and win more football games.Views: 1399$19.99
NEW!WR Fundamentals/RPOsViews: 2177$19.99
Wide Receiver Fundamentals & RPO’s
What are the fundamentals of a wide receiver?
There are three main components a player must nail and relentlessly practice. Route running, knowledge of the game and hand eye coordination. With the three, an aspiring wideout will find himself playing a different position. Route running’s purpose is to allow the quarterback to throw the ball farther to the receiver by creating space between them. Making good cuts and breaking down allow the receiver to do more.
A great receiver is able to find open spaces in the defense. Being knowledgeable of the game brings a huge asset to the quarterback. A wide receiver's job is to bring the playbook to life. Along with having an IQ, a wideout must have physical stamina, agility, strength and quickness in order to be effective.
There's no secret that the main duty of a wide receiver is to be able to catch passes. Having great hand eye coordination is a huge threat to any defense. The ability to jump up high or get low to make a catch is truly an asset to a coach and quarterback, having faith and trust in a receiver to make a play. Some of the games greatest receivers the game has ever seen never lacked hand eye coordination.
What are RPO’s?
RPO is the acronym for Run Pass Option. It presents a running back with the option of receiving the football or passing it to a wide receiver. The offensive line blocks as if it were the run play, which stresses the defense to either play the pass or the run. It is one of the most used and effective tactics in football today.
Alabama’s wide receiver coach Holmon Wiggins discusses the fundamentals of receivers as well as the run play options he implements into his Alabama powerhouse. Introducing Holmon Wiggins own,
**WR fundamentals & RPO’s training**
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your wide receivers today!Views: 2177$19.99
NEW!Organization & Installation for the 3-4 DefenseViews: 71$19.99
Stop the run with the 3-4 Defense
What is the 3-4 defense and why is it so effective?
Offenses across the country have developed their game and defenses are following steadily. The 3-4 is a defensive coordinators answers to offensive coordinators’ run pass option game that has taken over the game.
Teams professionally as well as collegiate have implemented this front with success.
Hamilton High School Coach Tim Dougherty has utilized it as well, running it for over a decade. He's developed the answers and wrinkles you need to shut down offenses successfully.
It effectively makes it difficult on the offensive line to execute their scheme. One of an offensive coordinator's main priorities is how to get the ball in the end zone the fastest, which is north and south. The goal of the 3-4 defense is to plug up the inside gaps and force offenses to run laterally before they get downhill.
There are many benefits of this formation. In a 3-4 line up, the B gaps are closed. The gaps that are open are the C gaps outside the offensive tackles. This allows Linebackers to have time to commit to stopping the downhill run thus taking them out of conflict. It also works with multiple coverages.
Implement this technique with Tim Dougherty's
"Organization & Installation for the 3-4 Defense"
In this course, Hamilton High School - Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers Coach Tim Dougherty breakdown how to install and properly run the 3-4 defense. How to execute adjustments & ways to implement it in your system. If you are looking for a front that shuts down the run, then this is it.
Click the ‘Book This Course’, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and begin improving your defense today!Views: 71$19.99
NEW!Joe Morales, Orange Lutheran HS - Developing the Complete Athlete in 2021Views: 158$19.99
Building up your strength program at your school is a pillar of an elite football program. Coach Joseph Morales shows you how to build the complete athlete. He brings instructional videos, as well as 9 lifts you can implement in your weight room.Views: 158$19.99
NEW!Rich Worsell - Getting Started with Analytics in FootballViews: 292$19.99
Do you want to learn how to use analytics to statistically improve your team? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach Rich Worsell breaks down analytics and teaches you how to use them for the benefit of your team. They can help you optimize your team's performance and assist in making the most educated decision. He details out his job responsibilities, data analytics basics, and how to use the data so you aren't tracking all your data for anything. If you are a coach who wants to efficiently and effectively use data to help your team, then this is the course for you.
He begins the course by explaining what his job duties are in-season and out-of-season as a Director of Football Research and Analytics. In-season, he is the go-to guy for scouting, opponent overview, situational presentations, tracking during fall camp/spring ball, and much more. Out-of-season, he heads research projects like NFL and NCAA studies and trends. Basically figuring out what works for high-end teams and figuring out how to emulate them within your team. This is a valuable position for any team. In order to find out more about his position, you need to get this course.
Next, he basically gives an educational crash course on analytics. He breaks down everything you need to measure like tackles, yards per carry, completions, and much more. He also shows off how to breakdown the film to your staff and athletes and to look for things that are happening the most. You need to take game by game notes and be able to create different types of reports for offense, defense, special teams, and more.
With all these analytics, he then shows off how to break them down and use them to your advantage. For example, they can help you call different plays that are statistically better for a 1st and 10 play or if you're in a redzone. Another key point he makes is to show off the score differentials in your breakdowns. This will help make the difference in seeing why and how you would run certain plays in certain situations. If you want to learn how to use data and analytics to your advantage then you will not want to miss out on this course!
If you are a coach who wants the help and statistics to make better coaching decisions this course is a must. Using analytics will help you make informed decisions and point you in the right direction for calling plays, who to play, scouting and much more!Views: 292$19.99
NEW!Kevin Wright - Tight End Play in a Multiple Spread OffenseViews: 341$19.99
Do you want to learn how to proficiently utilize your tight ends in multiple types of spread offenses? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach Kevin Wright reveals the formations and cutups you need to create an offensive threat with the tight ends. He even shows off game film to show off all the advantages the tight ends can provide. If you are a coach who wants to threaten the defense with your tight ends, then this is the course for you!Views: 341$19.99
NEW!Brady Walz, Ankeny HS, IA - Offensive Organization and ProgressionViews: 387$19.99
Learning where to start building your offense can be a struggle as a coordinator. Coach Brady Walz gives us the breakdown of his offseason process, as well as team scorecards, and offensive flow charts & organization.
When he talks about the offseason process, he mentions that keeping things simple is key. If you cannot explain things in simple terms, then you do not completely understand your own processes. As a coach, you need to completely understand your processes in order to get the point across to your team fully and efficiently. He also expresses the importance of concept mapping and encourages the use of mindmap tools. Using a concept map allows you to see how everything in your offense or defense is connected. He speaks on where your priorities lie and the number 1 priority for any coach should be your players. He also discusses how important it is to attract and empower athletes. He mentions a strong social media presence is needed to attract new athletes. You never know if a top-tier athlete's parents move to your city and you want to attract them to go to your school. In order to empower your athletes, you need to create ways for them to win. This can be done by keeping score.
Keeping score not only empowers your athletes but also helps you see where each and every athlete is at. Record. Rank. Publish. Record everything you possibly can on and off the field like stats, tackles, yards per carry, weights, speeds, catches, and much more. Then rank your athletes like who has the most tackles, who bench pressed the most weight, who has the most catches, etc. Then you publish the results where every coach and player can see them. This will be helpful to both you the coach and the athletes to see who is performing the best and be able to make informed decisions on who to play on Friday nights. This also creates a competition for the athletes to really push themselves to be ranked the highest. Coach Walz takes you through 3 different charts that you can use and have inspiration on what to track your team with. This will also keep accountability within your team. It will push them to work harder and not miss a beat.
Now that you have your players motivated and inspired, it is time to break down your offensive plan. Coach Walz reveals 3 Concept Maps for what works in his offense. You can always refer to these when studying film on enemy defenses and see make decisions for what will work best for your team. Organization is key.
If you are a coach who wants to enhance your offseason game, keep score and empower your athletes, and stay organized, then this course is a must!Views: 387$19.99
NEW!Pui Lok Choi - Designing a Strength Program for a Football ProgramViews: 280$19.99
Pui Lok Choi has given the Beaumont High School Football team in California a major edge on the field. In this course, he gives you his strength & conditioning program, which includes 4 lift schedules & shows you why you should be working out by movement groups, and not muscle groups.
He emphasizes the necessity of strength training and how it can make all of your athletes better. It will make them stronger and more suitable for whatever position you decide to put them in. He also says that it is important to do lifts based on movement, not muscle groups. This will give your team a more explosive edge when they are on the field on Friday nights and give them the strength to push through the fourth quarter.
Pui Lok Choi talks about how movement is the most important thing for athletes to develop. He shows off all kinds of movements and sets that you can start working with your team right now! He starts out talking about a knee dominant movement which could be like your lower body push. He reveals videos showing how to do exercises for this movement. Next, he talks about the hip dominant movement which would be like a lower-body pull day. He shows off multiple exercises with videos that you can start training your athletes with. Next, he gets into the upper push that can be categorized into two different types of movement, horizontal and lateral. Horizontal movements include things like bench press, lateral movements include things like overhead press. He reveals multiple types of workouts for this movement with videos to go with it! Then he speaks on the upper pull movement that can be categorized the same way as the upper push movement. He also reveals the key workouts for both types of pulls. Then, he moves on the core/abs movements. He speaks on how walking movements with different weights really help your athletes' balance and core. The mobility section brings up different exercises for flexibility and warming up/down. He even includes exercises that are important for team-building like partner exercises with videos to show off.
Then he gets into the Lift Schedules that wraps all of these exercises together. He separates different lifts into groups that are on a platform, rack, or bench and likes to keep 3 athletes in a lifting group. Then he reveals 4 different lifting schedules 2 for hypertrophy and 2 for strength. He even shows off a weekly schedule that you can implement for your team today!
If you are a coach who wants to enhance your team's performance and find new lifts and cycles, then you do not want to miss out on this course!Views: 280$19.99
NEW!Andy Buh, Illinois - Linebacker FundamentalsViews: 302$19.99
Are you looking to create an edge for your linebacking core? With Coach Buh's 20+ years of expierence on the defensive side of the ball, you're bound to create a air tight defense this season. He includes fundamental knowledge, drills, and other tips to help your linebackers be at the top of their game this upcoming season.Views: 302$19.99
NEW!Adam Cushing-Creating Culture:Clarify,Simplify,What Does This Make PossibleViews: 103$19.99
Do you want to develop a stronger culture with your team? Well, you've come to the right place! In this course, Coach Adam Cushing talks about all of the important things needed to create a great culture within your program. He expresses the importance of simplifying and clarifying your culture and expectations with the team.Views: 103$19.99