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Football Coach Heath Brunner does a "chalk talk" for these high school Quarterbacks and Wide-receivers. This football video series walks players through the offensive strategies used to counter the Cover Three Defense. Starting with the strengths and weaknesses, Coach covers all the options for neutralizing the Cover Three.
"You can be good at a lot of things, but you better be able to get a yard when you need a yard" in order to be successful on offense. Your athletes also need to know how to succeed on the Third Down and how to score from anyway in order to be successful as an offensive team. In this football video series, Head Football Coach Mike Turk of Huntingdon College discusses his coaching approach to building a successful offensive football team.
David Jones, Offensive Coordinator of Homewood High School, gives this coaching "chalk talk" on countering the Man Free and Cover Zero defenses. But, before you can control the defense, you have to be able to read it, preferably BEFORE the snap. Jones begins this coaching session with a discussion of pre-snap keys to defensive coverage and then covers various strategies your offense can use to counter them. Sometimes it all comes down to being patient and persistent...and making sure your offense has a plan when the coverage seems to give you little room to run.
Club, jump your hips then moving toward the ball using dummies to develop your defensive linemen's pass rushing skills
This drill set builds on the hoop drills and uses the dip & lean technique then teachers counters when your defensive lineman gets caught in a drive block.
The hoop drill simulates your defensive lineman's path to the quarterback and it ties into the dip and lean drills.
One offensive play can morph into a multiple prong attack that you can easily modify to confuse the defense. Coach Rozell covers techniques that have worked for them.
Coach Darius Gilbert covers a back shoulder pull with an arm over in this video along with rip and swim techniques.
Coach Williams covers the basics of the slow spin technique against the inside draw. This video starts with the fundamentals and advances with coaching points.
Winning the hand battle gives your football lineman a better chance of success and this video shows hand fighting drills.
Having an offensive plan for any situation lets you face any defensive situation your opponent throws at you. Coach Yeager covers several offensive running plays and some things you can take to your practice today.
Coach Scoggins covers the squeeze technique with a kickout using drills and repetition. It's worth watching every repetition of this drill and you'll pick up some great coaching tips.
Coach Gallahar covers the defensive lineman's swim technique and ball get off drills. This video starts by insuring everyone has a good stance, then moves into the football ball get off drills to help build awesome defensive linemen.
Planning helps make better use of your time, and in this video Coach Rozell covers proven planning techniques that have helped field consistently great football teams.
A good wristband helps you run more plays in less time, without confusion and without letting your opponent know what you're plan is. Here are some tidbits from one of the best wristband systems going.
Coach Yeager of The Southeastern Line Camp covers shoulder stabilization drills and exercises to help build effective football linemen.
Coach Harmon covers the special team functions of kick cover and return, plus punt cover and return.
Coach Newton covers defensive line pass rush techniques and counters the defensive lineman can use as the o-line man tries to stop him
Reviewing film is a great way to teach your football team, and getting to see and discuss the good and the bad of your offensive line helps build your football team.
This series covers the techniques and some drills you can use to help your offensive linemen develop the football skills they need to effectively block for slow screens.
This is a multi part series covering how one of the most successful football programs in Alabama develops their offensive plan based on the skills and desires of the football players they have on the roster.
Ladder drills teach footwork, handwork and coordination. In this offensive lineman drill series at the Southeastern Line Camp, you'll see emphasis on posture and position to help your offensive linemen become better blockers.
Coach Steve Bailey of Woodland High School covers football quarterback play and shows some drills to develop your quarterbacks. The basics of the qb center exchange to one step drops, 3 step drops and roll out footwork are covered.
This drill works on the using hands to neutralize the offensive lineman's attack so the defensive lineman can find the ball and rip or swim off of the line to make the play.
Developing linebackers takes planning and execution and in this video series you'll get ideas that will help you plan your practice drills then execute them so you get the most benefit from your football practice.
In this defensive line series, you'll see techniques your defensive linemen can use to shoot their hands, separate from the block then get off of the blocker.
This drill series works on the vertical kick set, and your offensive linemen learn to get depth off of the football and learn to insure that everything the defensive lineman dose happens in FONT of your offensive lineman.
Zone blocking is a powerful blocking scheme for your offensive linemen and this video covers techniques your offensive linemen can use to handle a track situation when they are zone blocking.
Call it a spin move, hump move or ice pick, this pass rush technique opens up the inside rush lanes by playing off of the offensive lineman's outside moves. This drill series starts with dummies and moves till it's working man vs man.
If you're a high school coach and you want to develop offensive linemen, you need to look into the Southeastern Line Camp in Birmingham. Southeastern Line Camp is a working camp for high school linemen run by high school coaches...watch the video to find out more.
Larry Blakeny of Troy State University covers the importance of special teams, methods to get special team practice in, shield and rugby punts and kick off coverage.
Coach Bill Clark discusses his team's defenses strategy and draws the X's and O's for multiple plays and formations in this football clinic session.
Coach Charlie Strong of the University of Florida discusses his football team's successful defensive strategy. Florida was the number one rushing defense in their conference last year. It's a simple defense that forces the offense to run the football. And, it works!
An offensive lineman needs to know how to use his hands to stop a defensive lineman and protect his passer. This series of drills shows how to stop the head on rush, the high or low attack and the spin move.
Developing your running backs so you have a football team that can move the ball down the football field is a full time job. This series starts with ball security then moves to fumble recovery, attacking defenders, blocking and mixing different offensive systems.
Rip Dip and lean series plus three counters. You'll see the club rip and club swim that your defensive linemen need to know.
Football Coach Chris McDougal leads his athletes through a series of Speed Rush Drills in this football video series. Clearing the offensive player's hands is the goal. Coach shows his football players the rushing options in various situations on the field.
Coach Mark Richt covers one of his favorite offensive plays, how to set it up, use it with different formations and how to attack changing defensive schemes using it.
Leverage and lean are the objective of this series of football drills from Coach Chad Cochran at the Southeastern Line Camp.
Coach Bobby Wallace discusses defensive philosophy and cover 2 pattern reads at the Alabama Football Coaches Association convention. Starting with what the football defensive football player basics to the reactions to drags and trips.
In this series the defensive linemen work on beating the reach block, down block read or a pull and kick-out block to make the tackle.
Starting a football program from scratch or rebuilding a program that's in the basement is a tough job. Coach Bob Bentley has done a great job in rebuilding a program and shares his thoughts with you in this series.
This football clinic Looks at various skills used for blocking and shaking blocks. Stance, strategy, and the read are all apart of the skills these players learn in this football video series.
Coach Tommy Tuberville of Auburn University speaks at the Alabama Football Coaches Association clinic and discusses ways to make your team better...and this is NOT an "X" "O" talk.
Averaging 35 points per game is a good reason to think you've got a good offense. Coach Hudspeth covers his offense in this series.
Here's a defensive line discussion from the Alabama Football Coaches association convention. This talk covers what you as a coach can do to help build a successful defensive line with the kids you have...or develop.
Starting with the target step, this reach block drill teaches your offensive lineman the reach block.
This Southeastern Line Football Camp workout focuses on the defensive line. Shade Right Cross Face Left, Inside Out Gap, Shade Left Cross Face Right, and a three point stance to start the drill action. It's about being fast and tight. These drills will show you how.
Here's a discussion from the Alabama Football Coaches Association clinic that covers some linebacker options and stunts and ends with game film showing those stunts in action.
Coach Joey Hamilton from Greenville High School does a great overview of drills that his wide receivers work on during football practice. This video series was shot at the Alabama Football Coaches Association Coaching Clinic and if you are an offensive coach, this is a great teaching segment.
Football Coach Paul Averitt explains the proper hand placement for the defensive lineman. These drills teach players to maximize the defensive attack by using proper hand placement while hitting the target and rolling the hips to increase the power of the contact.
The defensive lineman needs to use his hands...punch, power, grab. Your defensive line needs to drive the offensive lineman where he wants him to go.
In business, they say you never get a second chance to make a good first impression. Well, for the offensive lineman, you may never get a chance to open up a hole if you don't make a good first step. This football segment was shot at the Southeastern Line Camp and it shows how important your footwork and your first step is when making a block.
Just how important is a good kicker? Well, if your teams playoff opportunities depend on a field goal, then you may think they are pretty important. This is a great series for anyone interested in kicking field goals, kickoffs or looking for some drills and thoughts on how to get better at place-kicking. Brian Bostick, a former kicker with the University of Alabama, covers some of the key areas to helping you become a better kicker.
Here's a BGO (Ball Get Off) drill to help your offensive linemen get off the ball and attack the linebacker and get the block anywhere the linebacker may get to.
Coach teaches these offensive linemen the proper techniques for blocking draw plays and screens. Footwork, proper running angles, and speed are just a part of the focus in this football training video.
There are lots of ways to run the Inside Zone, but the concept is still the same. In this football skills video, Coach begins with the approach when running the Inside Zone. Using a reach step and a drive step, Coach demonstrates the correct techniques for making the play. This football video is great for the more advanced player, but can be helpful to beginners too.
The "Ball Get Off" Drill or "BGO" is demonstrated in this football video. It's a progressive drill beginning with BGO, moving to BGO React (stick and cut), and finally BGO Pursuit (turn and run).
The Center's first priority is to the Quarterback. Coach shows these Centers how to hold the football and position themselves for an effective, powerful snap that hits it's mark.
In this football skills segment, players work on picking up the blitz, twist, and stunts. Starting with the proper stance and alignment for the vertical set, Coach runs these athletes through the paces in these football offensive line drills.
When you're coaching football and it comes to fumbles, DON'T....unless you're coaching defense and your athletes know how to recover that football. These fumble recovery drills will help them do just that. Coach teaches players how to scoop the football on the way to the end zone and how to cradle the ball when running isn't an option.
Football Coach John Pledger works on players defensive skills in this video segment. These drills are designed for the Safety, but can be modified for use with Cornerbacks. The coaching starts with a footwork drill then incorporates Man Turn and Zone Turn Drills. The guys put it all together with work playing man to man against the Receiver.
This Football Drill is designed for the 3 Receiver route. The coaching goal is to help athletes realize the progression of the route and where the first, second, and third options are. This is a Quarterback and Wide Receiver Drill that will help your athletes learn how to use their eyes and know what to look for.
This football drills put the Safety to work. Coach John Pledger works with these young athletes on the Backpeddle and Break. The Reaction Drill helps players learn how to increase Backpeddle speed while reading the action to make the break. Breaking at an angle, straight back, or turn and go are all covered in this football drill.
In this football video segment, Coach demonstrates proper stretching techniques with Quarterbacks and Wide-Receivers. Stretches should be done correctly to prevent injury to football players and to create muscle "memory."
This football video focuses on route running. The outside receiver is running a 3 Step Slant Route. The inside receiver is running a Bubble Route. What's the strategy? Isolate the defender and give the Quarterback a choice of receivers.
This is a Chalk Talk at it's best! Coach Charlie Goodyear of Huntingdon College draws the lines while discussing Offensive strategy of the Inside Zone. "The worst thing that can happen to the Inside Zone is the defense getting upfield and getting penetration." Coach discusses Frontside and Backside Combo Blocking, as well as, Full Zone strategy in this football video series. It's a strategy based on teamwork and timing...and it's a strategy that works!
Coach Joey Hamilton starts out this football practice session reinforcing proper catching techniques. Then the drills begin! Players learn how to receive the football under game-like conditions. In traffic, after the break, to the side - whatever the distraction - this drill helps players make the catch and avoid the tackle!
Coach Matt Scott takes these athletes through two Receiver drills. First up: the Hitch Route Drill. Athletes learn to get the drive off the ball, create separation for the catch, and separation so there's room to run after catching the football. The Toe Drill is about making the catch on the edge. This football drill will help players gain body awareness as they learn how to catch the football while keeping a toe in-bounds.
In this football skills video, Coach Brooks Barron teaches kids the basics of Post Stem Route Running. It's all in the details as athletes learn how to sink hips, plant the outside foot, and make the turn while running at full speed. This is a great video for young football players.
"Just like with everything else in football, we start with our feet," says Steven Hicks, Linebacker, Defensive Coordinator of Huntingdon College. In this football skills video, we start with the feet and end with the basic linebacker stance. Coach walks and talks us through the basic stance including foot position, the "bend," and weight distribution. Add a couple of football practice drills to work on going from stance to advance and your defense is on its way to the win!
"Fight pressure with pressure." That's the basis of this football defensive technique. Football Coach David James demonstrates how to "lock out" the Reach Block. Beginning from the Fit Position, Coach walks us through arm and hip position for successfully controlling the offensive lineman. It's a flip of the hip and then a rip!
These Perfect Route Drills are a great tool for teaching athletes how to run routes according to Wide Receiver Coach Mike Rader of Huntingdon College . Coach goes through several routes, inside and post stem, checking body position of the Wide Receiver at start and top of each route. Running these routes correctly ensures no wasted movement and little time for the defensive back to react! But, it doesn't do any good to run the route successfully and then drop the football! Coach wraps up this series with football catching skills and drills.
Coach Derrick Ansley of Huntingdon College begins this Defensive Back Drill series with some of the fundamentals of stance, back peddling, sticking, and turning. These drills progressively incorporate these fundamentals while adding additional skills that are "must haves" for Defensive Backs. Breaking Drills - Turning Drills - Acceleration Drills - they're all here to help your DBs learn how to make the cut.. and the stick...and the turn...and the...okay, enough, you get the idea. Now get to the videos!
This football series covers fundamental offensive and defensive skills. Coach covers the basics of handling the football in all situations: hand-off, toss, pass, or interception. But, getting your hands on the football is just the beginning. Now you've got to hold onto it! The basic ball carrying skills and drills in this series will help your athletes do just that. Of course, when a player has the football, the tackler is working to hit his mark. Proper tackling is not just about winning, it's about safety. This series includes tackling basics - neck, hand, body, and leg position - for effective and SAFE tackling.
Offensive linemen know you can pass set many different ways, but once initial contact is made, it's hand-to-hand combat on the football field. In this football video, Coach covers the universal Pass Blocking Stance and Punch Techniques for Pass Sets. A stable, yet flexible Stance and a Punch that concentrates the maximum amount of force through the defense is just what the offense ordered. These football offensive skills and drills will help your athletes put the defense in it's place: the locker room!
This football video features Offensive Line Skills and Drills. Vertical Sets are the focus - beginning with the Stance and carrying through to the Pass Punch. Using an offensive strategy that involves sitting back off the ball to gain the advantage, Coach demonstrates proper positioning of the two-point and three-point stance. Then it's on to the Punch where arm and head position, as well as timing are covered. Long Set and Quick Set Drills for both the Stance and Punch focus on speed and footwork.
These football drills help your offensive linemen learn stance, steps, and leveraging skills coming off the line for a successful Zone Offense. The most important thing in football offense is the "Get-Off." Footwork at that critical moment is key to gaining the advantage on the defensive lineman. These Zone Step Drills start with the "Get Off" from both a 2-Point and 3-Point Stance, then move on to the "Six and Four" Zone Step and the "Flipper." This is a great video set to help young offensive lineman learn the skills needed to gain the advantage on the defense from the first snap of the football.
It's one-on-one in this Football Pass Pro Drill. Coach Tony Johnson of Pinson Valley High School makes these Southeastern Line Camp athletes work for it. Covering both offensive and defensive skills, this football drill focuses on the pass rush. Leveraging against an opponent for the attack, athletes learn how to attack "half the body" rather than go for a head-on collision. This drill is basic man-on-man action that works on the fundamental skills needed to out maneuver the opposition.
What's the greatest advantage of the Vertical Pass Set Offense? Players can see the defensive motion and react.... protecting the quarterback. Compliments of the Southeastern Line Camp, Coach Chris Clark focuses on the basics: a good base position, footwork, and positioning for power. Nail the stance and step and go for depth. Players need to get back and get set quickly to make the most of this offensive strategy.
The Kick Out Block is the focus of this defensive line video set. Coach Mike Thorsen of Mountain Brook High School's Southeastern Line Camp coaches young players on the right way to Wrong Arm the offense. Yes, that's right. It's supposed to be Wrong. Coach Thorsen and Coach Greg Jeffcoat cover proper head position, step, and body position to maximize the Kick Out Block and minimize the opposition.
Coach Larry Harbin, Offensive Line Coach for John Carroll High School (and formery a coach at Shades Valley and Hoover High Schools), puts athletes on the offensive - the offensive line, that is. Using the Six Point Explosion Drill, Fit Drill, and Drive Block Drill, Coach Harbin takes athletes from stance to fit to follow through. But wait, there's more. Show them what's behind door number .... sorry, got carried away. There is more though. Once the offensive linemen know HOW to move they need to know WHERE to go. Coach Harbin runs players through the Trap Play, Counter Play, and Dive Play, so that each offensive lineman hits his mark - the defensive line.
Keep those feet moving. Now. Right foot over left. Left foot over right. Turn your hips. Plant your feet. Ohdrills. Teach your athletes the Shuffle. Next, maybe a little Karaoke. Don't forget the Angle Run. Now "hand hop" on to the Ladder Drill! This video series will warm you up in no time - and as Coach Harbin putsJohn Carroll football camp athletes through their paces as he teaches them basic football footwork.
At the Southeastern Line Camp, young athletes learn many of the specific skills and techniques that make a football player (and team) successful on the field. Football Coach Brenon Meadows of Moody High School, teaches these young athletes what it really means to work with your hands. Using the Stab and Bull Rush Drills, Coach Meadows teaches athletes to use their heads - and not just for thinking! Executing a "stab" properly will stop a defensive lineman in his tracks. Proper hand position, timing, and using the head, hands, and body for maximum power are just a few of the skills covered as these athletes learn how, when, and where to "shoot the hands" to take charge of their opponents.
What does it take to play Linebacker? Sure you want speed. You want an athlete that explodes on the field. But, it takes a lot more to be a successful linebacker. It takes great instincts, effort, practice, AND a great Coach, like Keith Boone. Coach Boone, Assistant Football Coach at the University of North Alabama, takes us through his teaching progression for linebackers. Starting with alignment on the field and following all the way through to the result, Coach Boone prepares his athletes for success - on and off the field. Don't forget to "take care of the little things," like Blow Delivery, Blocking, and Tackling. Little things?! Yes, that's right, and proper coaching will keep them from becoming big problems. Sure there may be some false steps or misreads, but with the right coaching approach - AND repetition, repetition, repetition - the player who gives the effort, gets the result. Your turn to put forth some effort now. The videos are waiting!
You knew the day would come. Your son has talked about football since the first day he could raise his arms into the air and yell "Touchdown!" Now you've been asked to coach his youth league football team. Time to brush up on the basics. Coach Hall Riddle, Head Coach of Hewitt Trussville High School, starts at the beginning - the football field. Learn the fundamental rules of game - from the number of players allowed at the scrimmage line to how points get on the board. Whether you're a volunteer coach, a youngster interested in the game, or a parent trying to keep up with your kids, the best place to start is right here - the beginning.
What's the key to making the most of football drills during practice time? Repetition. Repetition. Repetition. Coach Randy Cook Head Coach at Minor High School, and formerly with the Hoover High School football staff, works his team through a daily football practice. Here you'll find a number of football drills that are perfect for fine tuning fundamental skills. Angle Tackling, Footfire, and Back and Slide are just a few of the drills Coach Cook runs his players through in this video series. Coach Cook then reviews the practice footage and gives frame by frame review of the good, the bad, and the just plain frustrating. Both coaches and players can see for themselves what works and what doesn't when going up against an opponent.
The football uniform! For youth at the Middle School level, the uniform is almost as exciting as the football game itself. In this video, Coach Riddle details the basics of youth football equipment. From the football helmet to shoulder pads to cleats, this clip covers the football uniform from head to toe.
Coaching youth football is a tough job. It takes dedication and patience. But, being the parent of a young athlete can be just as great a challenge! If you have a child preparing to enter the world of Middle School Football, this video series is a must. Learn the basics: from football registration to getting your athlete home after the game. Coach Riddle offers practical advice for parents and players to ensure a positive beginning experience.
In football, the defensive end has several jobs to accomplish. In this football video series you see what those jobs are! Football Coach Len Elkins demonstrates effective defensive end skills and offers a number of football drills to bring the points home.
If you want the your opponent's quarterback awake all night thinking of footwork to scramble, then see the drills Coach Harmon uses with his defensive linemen to build them into a formidable wall.
Many big plays happen...or are prevented because of mistakes or great jobs in the defensive secondary, here's drills to help build a secondary that makes your crowd stand and applaud.
Coach Kershaw covers some ot the fundamentals used at Delta State to develop their Receivers.
An organized football practice is essential to success on the playing field. It takes planning to ensure that your team gets the most out of each football practice. Coach Dickey Wright, Defensive Coordinator for Homewood High School, goes over the details of football practice planning in this video series.
The Wing T is a basic football offense that's easy to learn and flexible for incorporation into any football program. Coach Hal Riddle draws the X's and O's that will help you gain the yardage you need to develop a successful offensive team. From Numbering to the Buck Sweep Cross to the Waggle Pass, the Wing T offense puts football fundamentals to work on the field.
Offensive and defensive numbering systems, football practice organization, and setting up blocking assignments for the sprint draw are covered in this series. Coach Gann is currently head football coach at John Carroll High School and former Head Football Coach at Homewood and Hoover High School.
If you coach football this video series is a must! Defensive backfield formations and numbering systems are covered in this popular X&O chalk talk.
We put the X's and O's in motion right on your computer screen with some basic plays you can use with your team.
Stances. Starts. Blocks. Head Football Coach Gerald Gann of John Carroll High School and former Head Football Coach of Hoover High School covers it all! Coach goes through the Three Point Stance and Two Point Stance, then gets down and dirty with Runningback drills. Hand-off drills. Angle Drills. Quick Hand Down. Blocking, blocking, and more blocking. This video series is packed with great information and demonstration!
High School Football Coach Riddle covers the ball handling, footwork and pitchout techniques and drills that helped him build a State Championship Football Team.
This football videos series covers the quarterback-center exchange and moves to footwork for the rollout and drop back passes.
In this video series coach covers footwork skills and drills to help improve quarterbacks at any level and at any point in the season. Football footwork and passing drills are all online.
Coach King covers the "how to" stuff anyone playing or coaching offensive line needs to know.
If you've ever needed a 'how to' of being a lineman, this is it! Both offense and defense fundamentals plus punt and field goal snapping are covered in this series. Coach Anderson also covers fitting a football helmet and fitting shoulder pads in this video.
From the first step and firing off the ball to bag drills with blocking dummies, Coach Ryan demonstrates football drills to build linemen.
Coach Yancey covers Offensive Line Drills.
This is another Football 'Chalk Talk' combined with analysis of several actual passing routes to help foster discussion about the different routes your Receivers run and what your Quarterback needs to do to properly read a defense.
Coach Joey Jones, former Atlanta Falcons wide receiver and head coach of one of the strongest football programs in the state of Alabama, goes through all the things a wide receiver needs to know. From football stances and starts to releases to getting a good grip on the football, Coach Jones covers it all.
You can never have too many football drills! Coach Gann demonstrates a number of football drills to develop your wide receiver lineup.
Coach Wright covers the fundamental skills a linebacker needs to know and offers some agility drills to help develop aggressive and agile linebackers.
Stances and starts plus techniques and drills to build linebackers that cause the quarterback to sweat .
Coach Borough covers drills to bring out the aggressiveness and hone the skills of your linebacker staff in this series.
Coach Smith covers the art of the read defense and the techniques needed to play the down line positions of the read defense.