Teach your kids how to catch, block, and tackle like the pros with these football drills and practice tips.
This makes it a great warm-up drill that players can complete in pre-practice so they can begin to get their brains focused on the work ahead of them.
Many coaches and teams get focused on preparing for the upcoming team and lose sight of improving their own skill sets.
Again, you can go fast, or you can slow it down. Mix up the counts and make the defense watch the ball, rather than just timing your snap count.
The defense has such a multitude of options when it comes to stopping the offense. Find out what works with your team through scouting and trial and error.
Providing your quarterback with multiple options on a different pass play will significantly raise the potential for more explosive plays within your offense. Always keep 'em guessing!
Hydration continues to be a major focal point – whether in-season or off. Continue to stress the importance of consistently drinking water and fresh juice. While steering clear from sodas, ‘energy’ drinks and others.
Adding big play potential to your playbook energized the offense and forces the defense to re-evaluate their strategy. Keep the chains moving and light up the scoreboard by adding these big plays into your playbook.
On these one-foot cuts, players need to be exploding off of the foot and pushing through their ankles to change direction.
Football players spend countless hours, especially in the offseason, training to help better their physical performance.
When looking at a kickoff return team it is very easy to simply assign a blocker for every defender on the kickoff team and tell your best athlete to find some space.
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