Coach King covers the "how to" stuff anyone playing or coaching offensive line needs to know. Coaching Football Video Access Information
If your line isnt starting from the right place things arent good for your backs. The stance and the pre-stance and the power angle needed to make it work are demonstrated here.
Here youll see the details of getting in a sound stance for your offensive linemen.
The second progression of a sound block is the short, 6 inch first step plus what needs to happen with the hands and thumbs.
Finish, kind of a nice thing for an offensive lineman provided you back is across the goal line! Contact, drive and moving the feet are emphasized.
The defense is not always going to let you get the angle you want on him, so youve got to know the reach block!
Here youll see the footwork and aiming points for a reach block that will help your line keep the defense away from the ball carrier.
Hands are an important part of an offensive linemans weaponry, but they must be used properly or you team ends up going the wrong way!
Now youll see the reach block all together and full speed.
If you can't outplay them, outwork them. Ben Hogan