Sideline Power brings coaches Insight Replay, giving coaches the edge on helping their athletes improve by making video replay available instantly. Their all-in-one kit gives coaches all the tools necessary to get the job done without any extra equipment.
A correct base will yield tremendous results, but to achieve it you must drill it so often that it becomes the only comfortable reaction to blockers. Linebackers must become like cats and always land with a correct base. Use your imagination to create other meaningful drills to improve the areas in which your team needs work.
With the recent increased emphasis on player safety, contact in practice has been limited at all levels of the game. Coaches have been forced to adapt and find new ways to teach fundamentals while staying within safety regulations and limiting contact. The Hadar Football Tackle Ring provides coaches with a versatile piece of equipment which can be used in a wide variety of different drills to maintain a fundamental foundation without risking injury due to excessive contact.
The offensive line is often taught to drop-step (to give up precious real estate) and then provide protection for the quarterback. Interestingly, the defensive line group never returns the favor and lets us work on our run-blocking techniques. Why? Because run blocking is brutal and defensive lines don’t like people getting into their bodies and pushing them around.
The drone line available from Sideline Power provides coaches with an affordable means to gain new perspectives from an infinite number of camera angles. Sideline Power has several different drone models with a wide variety of options. There is a model for every level of competition, no matter what the requirements may be.
Wilson Sporting Goods has unveiled their new Wilson X Connected Football, an affordable way to track key quarterback metrics. Making use of bluetooth and smart phone technologies, the Wilson X Connected Football detects velocity, distance, spiral efficiency, spin rate and whether a pass was caught or dropped.
Ball security is among the most important aspects of offensive football, regardless of what style of offense you run or what level of football you compete at. There is a strong correlation between turnover margin and wins in college football. That’s why ball security is a major emphasis at TCU.
Getting To Know The Marquette University (Wis.) High School Hilltoppers – AFCA Weekly spent some time with Jeff Mazurczak, head coach of the Marquette University High School (Milwaukee, Wis.) Hilltoppers, and talked about a variety of topics. Here, you will find links to five great videos, beginning with Coach Maz’s 2016 Season Outlook.
To be successful, an offensive lineman needs to have the following characteristics. A team with five linemen who have these characteristics will be difficult to beat.
Running backs use several types of moves to escape a defender. These include jukes, spins, stiff arms and high steps. Here’s a look into proper technique with Tim Horton, running backs coach for Auburn University.
We have created a culture at Oberlin College where it is exciting to be a member. Our older players are valued for their knowledge, and they have the opportunity to show and strengthen their understanding by teaching the first-year players. After years of doing this, we have instilled this culture systematically. Here are six methods we’ve used to create a culture of learning.
Today’s coaching climate demands complete transparency and answers that are more black and white than gray. Utilizing the technology at our fingertips makes this process simple.